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Windows installer

System requirements: Windows 7, 8 or 10 with OpenGL 2 support.

	      
  • GCompris 0.80-Windows 64bit
  • GCompris 0.80-Windows 32bit
  • If your system doesn't have OpenGL 2 support or if it's not working properly, you can use this version with software-OpenGL enabled. However, note that this version uses a lot of CPU.

    	      
  • GCompris 0.80-Windows 64bit-No OpenGL
  • GCompris 0.80-Windows 32bit-No OpenGL
  • If you really need a version that runs on Windows XP, or if your system doesn't support the new version, you can use the last installer from the old GCompris 15.10.

    	      
  • GCompris 15.10-Windows 32bit
  • Linux installer

    We provide standalone packages for GNU/Linux. They should work on any distribution (requires at least linux kernel 3.10, and gstreamer 1.0).

    	      
  • GCompris 0.80-Linux 64bit
  • GCompris 0.80-Linux 32bit
  • To use it, open a terminal in the folder where you downloaded the installer and run these commands :

              

    chmod u+x gcompris-qt-0.80-Linux64.sh

    ./gcompris-qt-0.80-Linux64.sh

    Then read the license or press q to skip it, answer yes to the questions, and the software will be installed in a new folder next to the installer.

    Finally, to launch gcompris, go in the new folder, in bin, and double-click on gcompris-qt.sh .

    Source code

    The source code is available under the GPLv3 license.

    	      
  • GCompris 0.80-source code
  • MD5 and GPG

    To check the integrity of your downloads, you can compare the md5sums with those in this file: MD5SUMS

    The source tarball and the main installers are signed with the GPG key from Timothée Giet (public key: 0x63d7264c05687d7e.asc )

    	      

    sig files:

  • GCompris 0.80-source code
  • GCompris 0.80-Linux 64bit
  • GCompris 0.80-Linux 32bit
  • GCompris 0.80-Windows 64bit
  • GCompris 0.80-Windows 32bit