General information on how to install Mozart can be found in
- Windows Installers (95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista)
- Mozart for Windows comes as a standard self extracting archive.
- RPMs for GNU/Linux
- For RPM-based GNU/Linux distributions, you should install our binary RPMs.
Source RPMs are also available.
- MacOS X Packages
- Mozart for MacOS X is available as packages and darwinports.
- We provide source and binary tarballs. If a binary tarball is available
for your system: you just have to unpack it and start using it. Source tarballs
are also available if you want or need to compile Mozart for your platform. You will usually find Mozart for Solaris as tarballs.
- Debian / Ubuntu Packages
- If your installation uses Debian or Ubuntu packages, this is where you can get instructions
for automated updates, packages, and sources.
- Mozart source code is available from the development site.
- Printed Documentation
- If you prefer documentation in a printed form, we provide Postscript and
PDF versions of all of our manuals and tutorials.
- FreeBSD port*
- Mozart is available as a FreeBSD port.
- Gentoo ebuilds*
- We now provide ebuilds for the Gentoo distribution of GNU/Linux. Thus
you can take advantage of portage to install and maintain your
installation of Mozart.
- iPaq Packages*
- Mozart if also available for your iPaq PDA.
- Mozart source code may also be downloaded directly from our anonymous
*: support for these platforms is not currently available. If you would like to provide it please contact us in the mailing list.