A Note for Linux users: Both 32-bit  and 64-bit  Linux builds are available. You are strongly advised to use the version most appropriate for your OS (type “uname -m” and select the 32-bit version if your result is “i686” or “i386”, or the 64-bit version if your result is “x86_64”). Although 64-bit Linux distributions are capable of running 32-bit binaries, it’s likely that some of the libraries required by Ureka will be missing.
Ureka Core Binaries¶
Ureka v.dev is available for the following architectures:
See the Installation page for instructions.
There are no addons available at this time.
Ureka source code will be made partially available in future releases.
|||The 32-bit Linux build has been tested on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and Ubuntu 12.04.|
|||The 64-bit Linux build has been tested on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and 6, Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 13.10, Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 14.10, Fedora 17, Fedora 19, Fedora 20, and Fedora 21.|