Installing and upgrading Miro

Installing Miro

Windows

Miro runs on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.

  1. Open up your favorite web-browser and go to http://getmiro.com/ .

  2. Download the most current version of Miro.

  3. Double-click on the Miro installer to install it.

  4. Follow the installer directions.

    Note

    Be sure to read the installer’s instructions, to understand the difference between the simple and advanced install options.

Mac OSX

Miro runs on Mac OSX 10.5 and higher.

  1. Open up your favorite web-browser and go to http://getmiro.com/ .
  2. Download the most current version of Miro.
  3. Double-click on the Miro .dmg file to mount it.
  4. Drag the Miro m to your Applications folder.

Ubuntu

Miro 5.0 runs on Ubuntu Lucid, Maverick, and Natty.

  1. Open up your favorite browser and go to http://getmiro.com/download/for-ubuntu/
  2. Follow the installation instructions.

Source code

Source code for Miro is available in versioned tarballs from http://getmiro.com/download/all/ .

Source code is maintained in a git repository. Details and web-interface are available at http://github.com/pculture/miro

All other platforms

Miro is available on other platforms and GNU/Linux distributions, but it is packaged and supported by volunteers.

You can see a listing of which platforms Miro is available for and where to go to get Miro on the Get Miro website.

Upgrading Miro

Windows and Mac OSX

Miro on Windows and Mac OSX will let you know when there is a new version of Miro available. Follow the directions that it gives you to update.

Ubuntu

When new Miro packages are available, your Update Manager will let you know and walk you through updating.

All other platforms

Talk to whoever is packaging and supporting Miro on your platform for availability.

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