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Windows

You can install GCompris from the Windows Store.

Note: the Windows Store requires Windows 10.


Else, you can download the installer from the links below.

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

GCompris 2.4-Windows 64bitGCompris 2.4-Windows 32bit

Note: If your system doesn't have OpenGL 2 support or if it's not working properly, please use the entry GCompris (Safe Mode) in the start menu to launch GCompris with the software rendering mode which doesn't use 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

To enable all the activities in this old version, you can use the code 200202 in the entry box that contains the word CODE when you start the application.

Android

The version for Android is distributed in the Play Store.

GCompris 2.4 for Android

We support both android 32bit and 64bit from the Play Store. The appropriate version is downloaded automatically depending on your Android operating system.


GCompris is also available from F-Droid, the Free and Open Source Android app repository.

GCompris 2.4 from F-Droid

You can also directly download the apk from our website to install it manually on your device.

GCompris 2.4 apk for Android 64bitGCompris 2.4 apk for Android 32bit

For devices running Android 2.3 to 4.0, the last compatible version is GCompris 0.81.


macOS

You can get the macOS version from the link below.

Built and tested on macOS 10.13.

GCompris 2.4-Darwin
GNU/Linux

You can check if your distribution provides a package for the latest version of GCompris.

We also provide standalone packages for GNU/Linux. They should work on any recent distribution. System requirements: linux kernel 3.10, glibc 2.17, pulseaudio, gstreamer 1.0.

GCompris 2.4-Linux 64bitGCompris 2.4-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-2.4-Linux64.sh
./gcompris-qt-2.4-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.

Note: If your system doesn't have OpenGL 2 support or if it's not working properly, please add the option "--software-renderer" at the end of the last line of the script gcompris-qt.sh. Another way is to edit the configuration file (in ~/.config/gcompris-qt/gcompris-qt.conf): find the line renderer=auto , replace auto with software and save the file.

Alternatively, you can install GCompris from Flathub or from the Snap store.

Raspberry Pi

We provide a standalone package for Raspberry Pi. It was tested only on Raspberry Pi 3.

GCompris 2.4-Raspberry Pi 3

To use it, open a terminal in the folder where you downloaded the installer and run these commands:

chmod u+x gcompris-qt-2.4-Raspberry.sh
./gcompris-qt-2.4-Raspberry.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 AGPLv3 license.

GCompris 2.4-source code
SHA-256 and GPG

To check the integrity of your downloads, you can get the original SHA-256 hash of the files by adding ".sha256" at the end of their download url.

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

sig files:
• GCompris 2.4-source codeGCompris 2.4-Linux 64bitGCompris 2.4-Linux 32bit