subsurface-3.1.exe is a 32bit binary that has been tested on a number of 32bit and 64 bit versions of Windows, including XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Subsurface-3.1.dmg is a Mac image that can be installed on Intel Macs running MacOS 10.6 or later by dragging the Subsurface.app to your
Subsurface-3.0.2 is also available as part of MacPorts
We are working on getting Subsurface included with all of the other the major Linux distributions.
If you are on older versions of these OSs (or on one of the distributions that haven’t included Subsurface, yet), here are a few pointers where to get installable binaries:
Archlinux: Subsurface 3.0.2 as well as its most current GIT version are available in Archlinux through the Arch User Repository (AUR): https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/subsurface/ and https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/subsurface-git/.
openSUSE: libdivecomputer 0.3 and Subsurface 3.0.2 for various versions are at the openSUSE Build Service.
Gentoo included in portage, experimental ebuilds may be found in Subsurface, libdivecomputer, osm-gps-map. If there are any issues with the ebuilds, please file a bug on the overlay’s issue tracker. Instructions on how to add the overlay can be found in the overlay’s wiki page.
Debian: Subsurface can be installed via
apt-get install subsurface -t experimental
Ubuntu: Subsurface can be installed doing the following:
13.04 and later: simply install using the Ubuntu Software Center.
12.04 and 12.10: manually add the Subsurface PPA and install from there:
- Open Ubuntu Software Center
- Edit –> Software Sources
- Other Software –> Add –> ppa:subsurface/subsurface
- Close & search for Subsurface. Install.
For other flavor of Linux it should be reasonably straight forward to simply build your own binary as explained on the Building Subsurface page. But we are of course working on getting links to more RPMs / DEBs up here.
The sources of the GPL and LGPL components shipped with the Mac and Windows binaries can be found at MacPorts and MinGW. The MinGW distribution currently doesn’t inclode osm-gps-map, sources for that can be found at the osm-gps-map github page.