Installation

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Installing for GNU/Linux

As far as we know, the available Debian, Ubuntu, and Fedora repositories provide very outdated versions of Sozi. You can still install them, but be aware that no documentation or support will be available.

Starting from Sozi 18, we provide packages of the presentation editor for Debian, Ubuntu, and their derivatives. Download the .deb file that corresponds to your platform (i386 or amd64), open a terminal and run the following command:

sudo dpkg -i sozi_{version}_{arch}.deb

Archlinux users can install Sozi from the Archlinux User Repository.

Installing from a zip archive

In other cases, download the .tgz file that corresponds to your platform (linux-ia32 or linux-x64). In a terminal, execute the following commands:

tar xzf Sozi-{version}.tgz

# Install Sozi globally for all users
sudo ./Sozi-{version}/install/install.sh

# Or install Sozi locally in your home folder.
# All files are kept in their current location,
# symbolic links are created in $HOME/.local and $HOME/bin.
# Add $HOME/bin to your PATH variable if needed.
./Sozi-{version}/install/install-local.sh

# Run Sozi
sozi

After installation, Sozi can be run either from your desktop applications menu, or from the command-line as sozi (in lower case).

Installing for Windows

Sozi for Windows is only distributed in the form of a zip archive. No installer is provided. Download one of the following files:

Extracting the archive will create a folder with the same name. Then you can run Sozi directly by launching the Sozi executable inside that folder.

Installing for OS X

Sozi for OS X is distributed in the form of a zip archive named sozi-{version}-osx-ia64.tgz (for Sozi 17 or below, the file was named sozi-{version}-darwin-ia64.tgz).

Extract the archive. It will create a folder with the same name, containing a subbolder Sozi.app. Drag Sozi.app to your Applications folder and execute it like any other OS X application.

Sozi 13

Sozi 13.11 is still available if you need it, but it is no longer maintained: