Searchmonkey can be downloaded on a variety of platforms, and pre-built packages exist for many of the popular operating systems!
Jump to the operating system for details on how to get Searchmonkey
Windows XP, Vista
A zip-file containing all of the libraries and necessary binaries can be downloaded right now.
A newer version of Searchmonkey exists, see the porting guide for details.
To download the latest version of Searchmonkey simply access a shell and enter the following:
For this to work, Ubuntu must be configured to access the Universe repository
Fedora Core or RPM
To download the latest version in RPM format simply download below.
Make sure that you download the correct version to match your operating system, or follow the instructions from ATRPM to
Simply use the built in package compiler to add searchmonkey (note that it may be necessary to update your makefiles first)
Compile from source
If your operating system is not listed, the simplest method of getting Searchmonkey is to compile the source from scratch. On Linux this is a relatively trivial matter:
The latest source is always available:
For more information please consult technical support.
Searchmonkey is distributed with full release notes. Please take the time to download and read them as it contains useful information and a list of known issues/work arounds.