From Ancestris Genealogy Program
Ancestris Current version is 0.9 - beta version is 0.10 ßeta
You can Visit the following pages for instructions on:
Ancestris runs everywhere.
Ancestris is available for all major operating systems: Windows, Linux/Unix, MacOS. You'll be pleased to know that the same program will run unchanged across all implementations.
You run Windows (2000, XP, Vista, Seven, ...), click on the link below, and install it.
(For Windows 8, download the zip package)
Ubuntu, Mint, Debian
You run Ubuntu, here is a .deb file.
Do you want to add the Ancestris repository to your list of software sources?
Redhat, Fedora, Mandriva
You run Fedora, Redhat, Mandriva, ... an .rpm based system, this file is made for you.
A .sh file for Linux systems. You don't want a special distro package, this is what you could use.
ancestris linux (.sh)
For those of us who run Mac OS, here is a .zip file. Our Ancestris compiled for Mac users.
Ancestris is also available as a simple zip file, which gives you the possibility to install it manually, where you want on your computer.
v. 0.10 Beta release - Zip File
This beta release is the upcoming v. 0.10. It adds more features, new design, full support for different languages, etc.
To install that file, just download it, and unzip it to the location you want on your hard disk.
Then, using your Windows disk explorer or any other tools on other Operating Systems, look for a file named "ancestris.exe" (for Windows) or "ancestris" for Linux and Mac. This file is under a sub-directory (named "bin") of ancestris main directory (named "ancestris"), so /ancestris/bin/ancestris or ancestris\bin\ancestris.exe
For Windows users, if you unzip the file under your directory named "C:\My_Favorites_Programs", you will have ancestris executable under "C:\My_Favorites_Programs\ancestris\bin\ancestris.exe".
If you're running Linux, if you unzip the file under your home directory named "/home/my_name", you will have ancestris executable under "/home/my_name/ancestris/bin".
To run the program, you can use your files navigator, and you click on the file named "ancestris" you've just found in the sub directory "bin", or you open a terminal, you go to the place where you found the file ancestris and you fire it up. So to jump in the right sub directory :
and you type : ./ancestris (don't forget to add the dot and the slash before the word ancestris...)
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