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# Download ¶

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## Official Builds ¶

### Download & Installation on Windows ¶

1. Download the setup file named Widelands-build*XX*-win32.exe from [downloads]( ¶
2. Double-click it and follow the instructions. ¶
3. Afterwards simply start Widelands by clicking on one of the generated icons (desktop, start menu, ...). ¶

### Download & Installation on Linux ¶

__Note:__ It is likely, that there are pre-compiled packages for your Distribution. Widelands is tracked by any major Linux distribution. ¶

__Note2:__ The official Ubuntu package in current versions are known to be misconfigured - translations will not work and some other smaller problems might occur. So if you use Ubuntu, the best would be to download and use the newest version. ¶

_Instructions for Ubuntu 9.10 (unofficial packages):_ ¶
There is a PPA for Widelands. Go to the [PPA Website]( and follow the instructions. ¶
You need to add the PPA to your Software Sources ("System|Administration|Software Sources|Other Software|Add"), reload and install the package widelands (these are actually a bit newer than b14 (only a little bit)). ¶

_Instructions for Ubuntu 9.04:_. ¶
Look under System->Administration->System Monitor->System if that's the release you are using, if not upgrade! If you wonder why you don't have the actual release although you always upgraded everything the system [writing service]( asked you to, go to System->Administration->Software Sources->Updates and set 'show new distribution releases' to 'normal release'. Now you could use the update manager to grade your system up to the latest version [resumes]( Now you need to install some packages, the command is: ¶

sudo apt-get install libsdl-image1.2-dev libsdl-ttf2.0-dev libsdl-net1.2-dev libsdl-gfx1.2-dev libsdl-mixer1.2-dev libboost1.35-dev libggzcore9 ¶

1. Download the tarball named Widelands-build*XX*-linuxi386.tar.gz from [downloads]( ¶
2. Unpack the BZIP2 (tar -xvjf ) or ZIP file. ¶
3. Open a terminal(e.g. konsole or xterm) and enter the newly created directory (cd widelands). ¶
4. Start the executable (./widelands). ¶

### Download & Installation on Mac OS X ¶

1. Download disk image named Widelands-build*XX*.dmg from [downloads]( ¶
2. Open the Disk Image ¶
3. Copy the executable to your local disk. ¶
4. Double click it to run. ¶

## Unofficial development Builds ¶
There are some people providing pre-compiled (ready to run like our official releases) packages, made from our current development state. Below are the links to those builds. Installation should work similar as described in "Official builds" ¶

### Windows ¶
[Tino](/profile/Tino) provides daily (or even more often compiled) builds. These can be found at []( ¶

### Linux ¶
[Azagtoth](/profile/Azagtoth) provides daily builds of svn. Just go to []( Some browsers might complain about an invalid certificate. Just add it, and don't worry about it. ¶

#### Mandriva Linux ¶
[Nasenbaer](/profile/Nasenbaer) provides often updated builds from svn for Mandriva. The files (i586/src) can be found at . If you use a i586 Mandriva system, the easiest way to stay up to date is, to add the repository as update medium (command "urpmi.addmedia --update drehatlas with media_info/" as root in a terminal) you can than install and update Widelands using the Mandriva Controlcenter. [Liability Insurance WA]( ¶

## Source Code ¶

### Build ¶
The packages containing the tag _source_ are the source packages for this release, they usually come in two flavours: ZIP and TAR.BZ2. Both archives contain exactly the same content. ¶

Download the source of a build number at the [downloads page]( ¶

### Subversion (SVN) ¶
If you plan to join development or are just interested in the latest inventions ¶
you should go for this. You __need to have__
SVN withBazaar SSL(bzr) installed, to check-out the trunk. Type in the ¶
console: ¶

svn co https://widelands.svn.sourcefobzr lands/trunk p:widelands ¶

[](If (it might not) SVN asks you if it should accept the certificate of our SVN server, say (p)ermanently.)

After downloading the source, you might want to check BuildingWidelands for a !HowTo on building. ¶