wiki:InstallationGuidelines/Linux/Developer

Installation Guidelines: Linux - Developer

As a Developer running Linux, you have 3 choices:

  • Install Python and all libraries using a Script (Ubuntu, Debian, or Fedora only currently).
  • Install Python and all libraries Manually.

This option -- installing directly on your machine -- takes longer than the Virtual Machine, but allows getting the latest versions of tools and packages. It may be a better choice if you are interested in doing long-term Eden development.

This is appropriate for getting started quickly -- e.g. if you're participating in a codeathon, or are deploying Eden in an actual event and need to make changes -- as browser and IDE setup has been done. The virtual machine itself will need some setup.

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