From this page you can download the latest version of SocNetV (source code or binary packages).
Click on the green button to be transfered to Sourceforge which will try to match automatically your operating system with a socnetv package and start the download immediately.
If the above method fails, then select and click one of the buttons below to download the latest version package for your operating system (where available). If there is no package for your OS, please download and compile the source code (last icon).
If you need to compile the latest source code, please see Instructions.
Please note that on most Linux distributions, you can install SocNetV through the package manager (i.e.
apt-get install socnetv) although these versions are usually quite older. Users of openSUSE, Fedora and Ubuntu are advised to add our repositories (openSUSE/Fedora and Ubuntu PPA) to install and automatically update to the latest and greatest SocNetV version.
Mac OS X
Warning for Debian users: SocNetV needs Qt5 libraries, which are available only in the testing/unstable trees.
If you are running testing or unstable, the installation will be flawless.
To install the socnetv deb package in Debian stable, first try to install it with the command
dpkg -i socnetv_1.7_amd64.deb
then change your sources.list to "testing" from "stable" and finally perform an
apt-get update && apt-get -f install
Afterwards, you can revert sources.list to "stable" again.
Ubuntu users should have no problem installing either 32bit or 64bit package. But it's easier to use the PPA and install from there.
Development version ('develop' git branch)
You can clone the development branch (called "develop") of SocNetV with the command
git clone -b develop --single-branch git://git.code.sf.net/p/socnetv/git socnetv
A new directory called socnetv will be created. To build the development version, install the qt5 libraries and afterwards change dir into socnetv
and enter the following two commands to compile it:
If you have Qt5 installed, a binary file named socnetv (or socnetv.exe) will be created. You can run it by
./socnetv (in Linux and Mac) or
socnetv.exe (in Windows)