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This page lists binary (installation) copies of the Calligra Suite prepared for users. You can also download its full source code.


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Stable Release

Calligra 2.8.2 is the current stable version. Please install the newest possible version, older will not be fully supported. Really old versions such as 2.4 are not supported at all.

Linux

If you're still looking for packages, try a packages search service such as pkgs.org.

Arch Linux

Arch Linux provides Calligra packages in the [extra] repository.

Chakra

Chakra provides Calligra packages in the desktop repository.

The Chakra LiveDVD comes with the latest Calligra pre-installed.

Debian

Debian provides Calligra packages in its unstable repository and testing repository.

Fedora

Fedora packages for Calligra are available in the unstable repository of the KDE Packaging Project.

Gentoo

Gentoo has Calligra packaged in Portage: packages.gentoo.org

Kubuntu

Calligra 2.8 is available in the Kubuntu Backports PPA for 12.04 LTS and 13.10 and comes as default with the development 14.04 (Trusty) version. This can be used in any Ubuntu flavour.

See http://www.kubuntu.org/news/calligra-2.8

openSUSE

The easiest way to install Calligra on openSUSE is by going to http://software.opensuse.org/package/calligra. Please note, this page may present outdated unmaintained Calligra. In such cases, first click on the Show other versions link and select a newer version.

openSUSE Build Service. Calligra packages are available from the KDE:Extra repository for openSUSE 12.x and 13.x. Unstable packages based on GIT snapshots are also available from the KDE:Unstable:Extra repository. Use with care

Visit http://en.opensuse.org/KDE_repositories to find which repository fits your needs.

ROSA Marathon 2012

ROSA Marathon provides Calligra in the contrib repository.

Please go to the Download Page.

FreeBSD

FreeBSD features stable packages in the ports tree via editors/calligra, and development ones in area51 via CALLIGRA/editors/calligra.

MS Windows

Mac OS X

Calligra can be installed through Homebrew. For details go to the homebrew-kde tap.

Unstable Release

Linux

Arch Linux

Arch Linux provides unstable Calligra packages in the [kde-unstable] repository.

Fedora

Fedora packages are available in the rawhide development repo ([1]), and unofficial builds are available for prior releases from kde-unstable repo at [2] .

openSUSE

  • Daily build git snapshots are provided here (note a focus on mobile/Plasma Active for these packages)

Visit http://en.opensuse.org/KDE_repositories to find which repository fits your needs.

Ubuntu

Ubuntu users can get a nightly build of Calligra with the Project Neon, you need to add ppa:neon/ppa to your sources.list and install project-neon-calligra package.

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"Be warned though, stuff here is REALLY unstable, we do not guarantee it will work all the time and won't eat you data, use at your own risk. Now that we have warned you, enjoy!" Project Neon wiki page


This script installs project neon and calligra:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:neon/ppa \
 && sudo apt-get update\
 && sudo apt-get install project-neon-base \
   project-neon-calligra \
   project-neon-calligra-dbg

In order to run the installed packages you have to logout and choose "Project Neon" from the login screen. Neon always has the latest version, not necessarily the beta releases.

ROSA Marathon 2012

ROSA users can get the packages for development versions of Calligra from personal repository on ABF. To add it on your system run the following commands:

for i586 users

urpmi.addmedia ach_personal http://abf.rosalinux.ru/downloads/ach_personal/repository/rosa2012lts/i586/main/release

for x86_64 users

urpmi.addmedia ach_personal http://abf.rosalinux.ru/downloads/ach_personal/repository/rosa2012lts/x86_64/main/release

FreeBSD

Calligra ports are available in Area51.

Debug Symbols

What are debugging symbols, and why are they important?

When a program is compiled with special switches to generate debugging symbols (the -g compiler switch) extra information is stored in the program file. This information can be used to generate a stack trace that contains much more information, such as the exact line number of the source file where things went wrong. Without this information it is very hard to figure out what went wrong by looking at the stack trace.

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Some distributions offer debug symbols in separate packages as listed below. Use them if you want to support the developers with better bug reports.


More info on back traces is available on KDE Techbase.

Debug symbols for Ubuntu/Debian

Please install package calligra-dbg to receive debug symbols for whole Calligra code.

Debug symbols for Fedora

As explained in the Installing debuginfo RPMs using yum section, use debuginfo-install calligra command.


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