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{{languages|Linux Genealogy CD}}
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The Linux Genealogy Desktop CD 6.1 (Released: 2010-11-29) (''The CD is available only for the x86 architecture.'')
Includes the following pre-installed genealogy software:
*'''GRAMPSGramps''' 3.2.5
As well as [http://www.graphviz.org/ GraphViz] the program that draws pretty charts and graphs in GRAMPSGramps.
This Live CD is based on [https://help.ubuntu.com/10.10/ the Ubuntu 10.10 (The Maverick Meerkat )] Desktop CD.
In addition to the Live Session, this disk also allows permanent installation of Linux and genealogical software on your computer's hard drive. This way you achieve adequate speed and the ability to save your data, and can do real work with your Linux software. Everything is similar to the Live Session, except that this is a permanent setup.
==Obtaining Download the CD== The CD can be obtained viadownloaded from: * The SourceForge, [httphttps://sourceforge.net/projects/gramps/files/Stablegramps-cdrom/or* https:/3/archive.2org/details/@webmaster_gramps-project_org ===Previous release history=== <!-- https://sourceforge.5net/projects/gramps/files/gramps-cdrom/ GRAMPS download page]--><!-- RELEASE HISTORY -->{| class="wikitable sortable"|-!Version!Release Date!Gramps version!Notes* Centralized download. Thanks to the hosting kindly donated to GRAMPS, the CD images can be downloaded via:|-** | | [httphttps://ftp5sourceforge.gwdgnet/projects/gramps/files/gramps-cdrom/lgenealogy-1.0-live-i386.iso/download Linux Genealogy Live CD 1.de0] || [https:/pub/linuxsourceforge.net/p/gramps/ httpmailman/message/243671/ 2005-10-22] protocol|| 2.0.8 || Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger) features pre-installed GeneWeb, and LifeLines applications** |-| | [ftphttps://ftp5sourceforge.gwdgnet/projects/gramps/files/gramps-cdrom/lgenealogy-1.0-install-i386.iso/download Linux Genealogy Install CD 1.de0] || [https://pubsourceforge.net/linuxp/gramps/ ftpmailman/message/243678/ 2005-10-29] protocol|| 2.0.8 || Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger) features pre-installed GeneWeb, and LifeLines applications (allows permanent installation of Linux)|-** rsync (rsync| | [https://ftp5sourceforge.gwdg.denet/projects/pubgramps/linuxfiles/gramps-cdrom/) protocollgenealogy-2.<!0-desktop-* BitTorrent downloadi386. Use these files to iso/download and verify the Linux Genealogy Desktop CD image via BitTorrent: 2.0] || [httphttps://wwwsourceforge.net/p/gramps/mailman/message/10070632/ 2006-06-project03] || 2.0.org11 || Ubuntu 6.06 (Dapper Drake) features pre-installed GeneWeb, and LifeLines applications (allows permanent installation of Linux)|-| | [https://sourceforge.net/projects/gramps/files/downloadgramps-cdrom/lgenealogy-43.0-desktop-i386.iso/download Linux Genealogy CD 3.torrent torrent file0], || [httphttps://wwwsourceforge.net/p/gramps/mailman/message/243733/ 2007-04-project29] || 2.2.7 || Ubuntu 7.org04 (Feisty Fawn) features pre-installed GeneWeb, and LifeLines applications (allows permanent installation of Linux)|-| | [https://sourceforge.net/projects/gramps/files/downloadgramps-cdrom/lgenealogy-4.0-desktop-i386.iso/download Linux Genealogy CD 4.0] || [https://sourceforge.md5sum its md5sumnet/p/gramps/mailman/message/19668479/ 2008-06-26]|| 3.0.1 || Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) features pre-installed GeneWeb, and LifeLines applications (allows permanent installation of Linux)|-| | [httphttps://wwwsourceforge.net/projects/gramps/files/gramps-project.org/downloadcdrom/lgenealogy-46.01-desktop-i386.iso/download Linux Genealogy CD 6.md5sum1] || [https://sourceforge.gpg its gpg signaturenet/p/gramps/mailman/message/26672022/ 2010-11-29]|| 3.2. Please keep in mind that the torrent downloads are provided by a few kind souls from their personal computers 5 || Ubuntu 10.10 (The Maverick Meerkat) features pre-installed GeneWeb, and that the speed and the very availability LifeLines applications (allows permanent installation of the torrents depends entirely on them.Linux)|-->* Purchase a CD. An alternative to downloading the CD image |} === Translations === If after installation, your desktop is not fully translated to purchase the physical CD. The CD is currently available for purchase in your selected locale:# have a look at Menu -> System -> Administration -> Languages support [http://wwwpackages.cdfhsubuntu.org.aucom/en/zenshopprecise/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=16 Australialanguage-selector] and the # or manually [http://fstorepackages.roitmanubuntu.orgcom/en/precise/all/translations/ USAdownload packages with your language code].Then under a console: $ sudo dpkg -i *.deb === LibreOffice === * Current and previous versions of the CD are also stored on [http://www.gramps-projectlibreoffice.org/cdrom Gramps websitedownload/ LibreOffice]
== Developers ==
Thanks to Alex Roitman, the details to create the Live CD are now available for future development. If you would like to contribute to this, please email the gramps-developers mailing list.
* http://sourceforge.net/projects/gramps-cd/ - Sources for Live CD
* [httphttps://packageslaunchpad.ubuntu.com/mavericknet/uck Ubuntu Customization Kit] is a tool that helps you customizing official Ubuntu Live CDs. You can add any package to the live system like, for example, language packs, applications, etc.
== Translations = Ways to go ? ===
If after installation, your desktop is not fully translated to your selected locale:* A genealogy tablet ?# have ** I wouldn't dream of doing genealogy research without a look at Menu -> System -> Administration -> Languages support [http://packagesreal keyboard and a big monitor.ubuntu ** A tablet may be useful for presentations (showing off).com/en/maverick/language-selector]# Figuring out how to install gramps (a subset) on an iPad or manualy [http://packagesa Honeycomb tablet (Jython?) might be a better use of time than spinning a custom system.ubuntu** OTOH, making a nice UI for a tablet would be an interesting project.com/fr/maverick/all/translations/ download packages (I can just see a bunch of people I know futzing with your language code]Gramps during sacrament meeting. Then under a console: $ sudo dpkg -i -R *.deb<g>)
=== OpenOffice ===There is a [http://wiki.openembedded.org/index.php/Required_software#OpenEmbedded.27s_Software_Requirements script] for [http://wiki.openembedded.org/index.php/Main_Page OpenEmbedded] support or [http://www.buildroot.org/ buildroot], [http://ymorin.is-a-geek.org/projects/crosstool crosstool-NG], [http://www.pengutronix.de/software/ptxdist/index_en.html PTXdist], ...* Our [[GEPS_013: Gramps Webapp|Web Application]] as a local application.* Provide more [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_and_open_source_software FLOSS] software: [[Other_genealogy_software|programs]], [[Other_genealogy_tools| tools]].
[http://packages.ubuntu.com/fr/maverick/openoffice.org-l10n-3.2 Lang pack] for OpenOffice 3.2.1* Consider Lubuntu or Xbuntu as a base instead of the full (fat!) Ubuntu.* The people I would share this with would want it to include PAF (require [http://packages.ubuntu.com/fr/maverick/openoffice.org-l10n-common openofficeworks with wine) and Family Search Indexing (I still have to try this.org-l10n-common])
=== LibreOffice ===
[http://www.documentfoundation.org/download/ LibreOffice 3.3 ]
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