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* [http://pacific.mpi-cbg.de/downloads/Dresden-rc3/fiji-all-20080807.tar.bz2 All platforms (includes all JREs)]
 
* [http://pacific.mpi-cbg.de/downloads/Dresden-rc3/fiji-all-20080807.tar.bz2 All platforms (includes all JREs)]
 
* [http://pacific.mpi-cbg.de/downloads/Dresden-rc3/fiji-nojre-20080807.tar.bz2 All platforms (does not include JREs)]
 
* [http://pacific.mpi-cbg.de/downloads/Dresden-rc3/fiji-nojre-20080807.tar.bz2 All platforms (does not include JREs)]
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=== Source Code ===
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The easiest way to fetch the source code for Fiji is to use [http://git.or.cz/ git].  For further guidance on this, please refer to the page [[Downloading and Building Fiji From Source]].
  
 
=== Packages for Debian / Ubuntu ===
 
=== Packages for Debian / Ubuntu ===

Revision as of 02:38, 30 August 2008

Note: We are in -rc3 phase now, that is, all downloads here are release candidates.

Please bear in mind: Fiji is alpha software for now. If you want it to become stable, please consider submitting bug reports, or ask for help on the mailing list, but be prepared to test our fixes, too :-)

You can download Fiji for

Source Code

The easiest way to fetch the source code for Fiji is to use git. For further guidance on this, please refer to the page Downloading and Building Fiji From Source.

Packages for Debian / Ubuntu

There are some Debian packages of Fiji rc3 that you can try. (These packages include the JRE.) Add the following lines to /etc/apt/sources.list:

deb http://pacific.mpi-cbg.de/downloads/apt/ ./
deb-src http://pacific.mpi-cbg.de/downloads/apt/ ./

Then do the following:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install fiji

You should then be able to just run "fiji" from the command line.

Alternatively, if you want to install the .deb files directly with dpkg, you can download the packages directly here:

(These packages should work for you, but fail to meet policy for being official Debian and Ubuntu packages in many ways - we are working towards this, however, so if you use the apt repository above and update regularly, you should see the packages improve and reduce in size over time.)