Latest Version: Client 1.4.13 / Server v19.13 – released November 17th, 2014

Note: The password for the demo user any-doc is… any-doc

1. Select a Distribution

GNUmed is packaged for many Linux distributions, as well as for Windows & Mac OS X. It can also be obtained on a Live CD and in other formats. See below to learn how to install or update the GNUmed client (and optional server) components for any supported distribution, or to obtain source code. Click one of the icons if your system is not autodetected.

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Debian

  • Debian Lenny, Squeeze, Sid and Experimental: Packages for the client and the server are available. Detailed instructions are provided here
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Source Code

Current stable release

Development version

The latest development version, updated as soon as developers commit any changes, is hosted in GIT. It is recommended only for developers and experienced testers. GNUmed can be checked out using Git without a password:

git clone git://gitorious.org/gnumed/gnumed.git

see also our more detailed page: getting the development version.

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Ubuntu

Step 1: Add the Packages Archive (PPA)

  • open Applications > Accessories > Terminal
  • copy this command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnumed/ppa
  • paste the above command into Terminal, and press "return"
  • the system will probably ask for the password
  • copy this command: sudo apt-get update
  • paste the above command into Terminal, and press "return"

Step 2: Click on the package you want to install

Client for Precise (12.04 aka LTS ), Quantal (12.10)
Click here to install

This will install the GNUmed client and provide update information on major releases.

Server for Ubuntu Precise (12.04), Quantal (12.10)
Click here to install

This will install the GNUmed server part. You need this to create a local GNUmed database on your system.

PPA / Repository

Step 3: Prepare PostgreSQL
The database is where GNUmed actually stores your data. First, the PostgreSQL database that comes with your system must be prepared.

Step 4: Create the database

A so called "bootstrap" script will set up a database for GNUmed inside your PostgreSQL. Beware, this will create a whole new GNUmed database and destroy an existing GNUmed database!

See GNUmed on Ubuntu guide for detailed GNUmed client and server installation and configuration instructions.

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openSUSE

Client for 12.3 Client for 12.2 Client for Factory
Click here to install on 12.3 Click here to install on 12.2 Click here to install on Factory

This will install the GNUmed client on openSUSE 12.3 and provide update information on major releases.

This will install the GNUmed client on openSUSE 12.2 and provide update information on major releases..

This will install the GNUmed client on openSUSE Factory and provide update information on major releases.

Server for 12.3 Server for 12.2 Server for Factory
Click here to install on 12.3 Click here to install on 12.2 Click here to install on Factory

This will install the GNUmed server part on openSUSE 12.3. You need this to create a local GNUmed database on your system.

Repository

This will install the GNUmed server part on openSUSE 12.2. You need this to create a local GNUmed database on your system.

Repository

This will install the GNUmed server part on openSUSE Factory. You need this to create a local GNUmed database on your system.

Repository

Step 2: Prepare PostgreSQL
The database is where GNUmed actually stores your data. First, the PostgreSQL database that comes with your system must be prepared.

Step 3: Create the database

A so called "bootstrap" script will set up a database for GNUmed inside your PostgreSQL. Beware, this will create a whole new GNUmed database and destroy an existing GNUmed database!

See GNUmed on openSUSE guide for detailed GNUmed client and server installation and configuration instructions.

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Fedora

  • Packages for the client and the server are available. Detailed instructions are provided here
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Mandriva

  • Mandriva 2009 and 2010 (latest stable release) do not include it. Instructions to get the client and server running from a 3rd party repository are provided here
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PCLinuxOS

  • Packages for the client and the server are available. Detailed instructions are provided here
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any Linux

  • Packages for the client and the server are available. Detailed instructions are provided here
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Windows

All-in-One-Client for MS Windows
Click here to install

This will install the GNUmed client. It is the best candidate for a first time installation.

All-in-One-Server for MS Windows GNUmed-only-Server for MS Windows
Click here to install Click here to install

This will install the GNUmed server part. You need this to create a local GNUmed database on your system. This version includes and installs PostgreSQL. It will configure PostgreSQL so the bootstrap process will know all passwords.

This will install the GNUmed server part. You need this to create a local GNUmed database on your system. This version is best suited for updates and requires a previous installation of PostgreSQL.

Note: See here for more detailed GNUmed client and server installation and configuration instructions. For older client or server versions please visit the Client Repository or the Server Repository

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Mac OS X

  • Packages for the client are available. Detailed instructions are provided here
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    Live-DVD

    • Download and run GNUmed from a Live CD/DVD. This enables you to testdrive GNUmed without computer alteration. Detailed instructions are provided here.
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    VMware

    • GNUmed virtual machine for VMware's VMplayer. Download your copy from sourceforge.net. Instructions are provided here.
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    Portable

    PortableApps(TM) GNUmed client PortableApps(TM) GNUmed server
    Click here to download Click here to install

    This will install the GNUmed client for the PortableApps suite. It is a good candidate for on the road without your PC.

    This will install the GNUmed server for the PortableApps suite. It is a good candidate when you don't have access to your office database.

    Run GNUmed directly from mobile drive (USB, eSATA), using Portable Apps. Detailed instructions are provided here

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    • Please either choose a distribution above, or download and build from source, or visit the Download matrix .
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