Ubuntu users can use the dedicated ppa to install Pharo:
If you don't have the add-apt-repository command, install the software-properties-common package and try again.
If you are on a server (no GUI), you can get a Pharo Virtual Machine by installing pharo-vm-core.
An alternative way to get Pharo is to use Zeroconf from a terminal.
curl get.pharo.org | bash # or if curl is not available: wget -O- get.pharo.org | bash
Have a look at the Zeroconf Website for more information.
To run Pharo you need an image, changes, and a sources file, as well as a VM for your platform.
When downloads are completed, uncompress all files and put them into the same directory (this directory should then contain a .image, .changes, and a .sources file). Then start the VM.
- Pharo 3 image
- Pharo 3 sources (you will need it if you download image and VM separately)
- Mac OSX virtual machine
- Windows virtual machine
- Linux virtual machine
Development version: Pharo4
If you want to contribute you will need the latest development version:
- Download latest Pharo4 image: http://files.pharo.org/image/40/latest.zip
- CI Server: https://ci.inria.fr/pharo/
You can also use Zeroconf from a terminal.
Downloads of previous versions are available on the Pharo file server.