Binary Packages

Debian

Debian packages for Dune releases are available starting with the 2.2.0 release. Please consider using these packages before building them yourself.

The packages are called libdune-foo-dev, where foo is a module name like for example common, grid, geometry, istl, or localfunctions. A complete list of packages is available. When developing with Dune, we recommend also installing the detached debug symbols from the libdune-foo-dbg (or in the future libdune-foo-dev-dbgsym) packages.

Offline documentation is available in the libdune-foo-doc packages and installed to /usr/share/doc/libdune-foo-doc/doxygen/index.html.

If you want to help with the Debian packaging, you can download the packaging information for dune-common by

git clone https://anonscm.debian.org/git/debian-science/packages/dune-common.git (Browse Repository)

and similarly for all other available modules.

Ubuntu

The packages are called libdune-foo-dev, where foo is a module name like for example common, grid, geometry, istl, or localfunctions. A complete list of packages is available. When developing with Dune, we recommend also installing the detached debug symbols from libdune-foo-dbg (or in the future libdune-foo-dev-dbgsym) packages.

Offline documentation is available in the libdune-foo-doc packages and installed to /usr/share/doc/libdune-foo-doc/doxygen/index.html.

For the Ubuntu LTS versions Trusty Tahr (14.04) and Precise Pangolin (12.04) the developers of OPM (Open Porous Media Initiative) have kindly provided pre-built packages of the 2.3.1 DUNE and ALUGrid release in their PPA. The DUNE packages are backports of the packages in Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn), i.e. compiled with MPI support.

openSUSE

RPM packages for openSUSE are called libdune-foo-devel, with foo as above or typetree or pdelab. The packages are available from the science repository.

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