The current stable release line is 1.10. For more information about older versions, see the FAQ item about supported releases. Versions 1.6 and older should no longer be used due to known security issues that will not be resolved in that code base.
Official release distribution
The latest official release of LedgerSMB is always at download site. Releases are signed with GPG to assert integrity. Our public GPG key can be found on MIT's key server or on pgpkeys.eu. Install and upgrade info.
You can verify the release with the command
$ gpg --verify ledgersmb-<version>.tar.gz.asc ledgersmb-<version>.tar.gz
The docker repository identifier is "ledgersmb/ledgersmb" with the "latest" tag always pointing to the most recent stable release, which is currently the most recent 1.10.x release. The "master" tag points to the most recent alpha or beta of the development version (1.11).
A Debian package is available in Debian v11 (stable, 'bullseye') and Debian v10 (oldstable, 'buster') but was not available in Debian v9 (Stretch, oldoldstable) due to problems with the Dojo dependency (which failed to build). Note that the current LedgerSMB version that is recommended for use is one in the 1.10.x series, which is not in Debian. We're working to get 1.8.x or 1.9.x packages into Debian.
Newer packages than those distributed by Debian can be found in the LedgerSMB APT repository (along with their updated dependancies as necessary).
Ubuntu packages are available in the standard distributions based off of the Debian packages.
Newer packages than those distributed in Ubuntu can be found in the LedgerSMB PPA repository.
RPM Packaging contributions solicited.
FreeBSD Packaging contributions solicited
OpenBSD Packaging contributions solicited.
Virtual Box No up-to-date images at this time.
Keeping up with the latest developments
The latest 1.9.x and 1.10.x are available directly from GitHub as a .zip file (it's not an official release, but has the latest fixes you may need) 1.9.x from GitHub, 1.10.x from GitHub. Check the repository for the change log in 1.10.x from GitHub or the changes in bleeding edge ('master').