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Getting started with Gramps master

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Installing GRAMPS Trunk
The easiest method of getting the beta/trunk version is to download it from using the link at the bottom of the page called '''[ Download GNU tarball]'''. This is easy to download, it is the freshest code, and you will have to do a little more work. See [[Running a development version of Gramps]].
If you are running Linux and a variation of Debian (Ubuntu), then you can download the .deb file and install it directly.
Otherwise, you should download the tar.gz file. Here is the basic installation instructions, assuming that the tar.gz file '''To check if following is in your still current directory:  tar xfz gramps- cd gramps- ./configure --prefix=/usr/local make su -c "make install" You can then run /usr/local/bin/gramps!'''Warning: you will not be able to load translations on /usr/local/share/locale, because you will load /usr/share/locale, which could be translations for stable release (set on
You may generate a custom launcher by adding this line:
export GRAMPSI18N=/usr/local/share/locale
if you want to use an other path, you may add this line:
export [email protected]@/share/locale
on current (source file) before compillation and installation.
== Running parallel versions of trunk and branches ==

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