Difference between revisions of "ITK/Getting Started/Obtain/Linux"

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Option 1: (NOT YET AVAILABLE FOR ITK4!): [[ITK/Source#Linux_Package_Distributions_.28Currently_ITK3_only.21.29 | Download ITK from your package manager]] (e.g. apt-get on Ubuntu, yum on Fedora, etc)
Option 1: (NOT YET AVAILABLE FOR ITK4!): [[ITK/Source#Linux_Package_Distributions_.28Currently_ITK3_only.21.29 | Download ITK from your package manager]] (e.g. apt-get on Ubuntu, yum on Fedora, etc)


Option 2: Download a release version of the source code. A release version has been marked as "approved and working" by the community. Simply download and unzip the zip or tar (e.g. InsightToolkit-4.1.0.tar.gz) on the [http://itk.org/ITK/resources/software.html download page] and unzip it. You now have the ITK source code!
Option 2: Download a release version of the source code. A release version has been marked as "approved and working" by the community. Simply download the latest release (e.g. InsightToolkit-4.1.0.tar.gz) on the [http://itk.org/ITK/resources/software.html download page] and unzip (or untar) it. You now have the ITK source code!


Option 3: Download the [[ITK/Getting_Started_Obtain/Linux/Git|very latest version]] of the source code.
Option 3: Download the [[ITK/Getting_Started_Obtain/Linux/Git|very latest version]] of the source code.

Revision as of 13:22, 10 June 2012

In Linux, you have three choices of how to obtain ITK. In fact, one of the options allows you to skip Step 2: Building entirely!

Option 1: (NOT YET AVAILABLE FOR ITK4!): Download ITK from your package manager (e.g. apt-get on Ubuntu, yum on Fedora, etc)

Option 2: Download a release version of the source code. A release version has been marked as "approved and working" by the community. Simply download the latest release (e.g. InsightToolkit-4.1.0.tar.gz) on the download page and unzip (or untar) it. You now have the ITK source code!

Option 3: Download the very latest version of the source code.