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.
Looking for a debian distribution?
Our servers currently does not support debian builds. We are working to solve this problem, but in the mean time you can use custom builds (both zeroconf and plain vm) by Jan Vrany at Debian builds.
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.