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= Download ALPS 2.0 =
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{{Languages|Download_and_install_ALPS_2}}
  
ALPS 2.0 comes as a single package containing both libraries and applications. Unless stated otherwise, the ALPS Libraries are distributed under the [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/ALPS/LICENSE.txt ALPS library license] for libraries and  [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/applications/LICENSE.txt ALPS application license] for applications.
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= Instructions =
  
== Releases ==
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ALPS comes as a single package containing both libraries and applications. Unless stated otherwise, the ALPS Libraries are distributed under the [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/ALPS/LICENSE.txt ALPS library license] for libraries and  [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/applications/LICENSE.txt ALPS application license] for applications.
  
=== Release candidate ===
 
  
'''Important note:''' make sure to completely remove any previous ALPS-2 installation before installing the prerelease.
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You can install ALPS 2 by simply downloading and installing a binary package for your system or build ALPS from source yourself.
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To install ALPS you can either download and install the binary package for your system or you may build ALPS from the source yourself.
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The instructions on how to do so can be found here:
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* <html><img src="https://anaconda.org/conda-forge/alps/badges/installer/conda.svg" /></html> '''[[Installing via Conda installer]]'''
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* '''[[Installing the binary releases]]'''
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* '''[[Building ALPS from source]]'''
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* '''[[Running the ALPS Docker container]]'''
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= Releases =
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== Prerelease 2.3.0 ==
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=== Binary packages ===
  
 
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|-
|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.0.0-r5363-src.tar.gz alps-2.0.0-r5363-src.tar.gz]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.3.0-macosx.dmg alps-2.3.0-macosx.dmg]
|| 20 MB
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|| 58 MB
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|| MacOS X 64-bit
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|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
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|-
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|| [https://anaconda.org/conda-forge/alps/ Anaconda Installer]
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|| 30-40 MB
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|| MacOS X 64-bit
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Linux 64-bit
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Win 32-bit, Win 64-bit
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|-
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|| [https://hub.docker.com/r/dolfim/alps Docker hub]
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|| 479 MB
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|| Docker
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|| Tags
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2.3.0, 2.3.0-notebook
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|}
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=== Packaging systems ===
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|| '''Package name'''
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|| '''Package type'''
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|| '''System'''
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|| [http://hpcugent.github.io/easybuild/ EasyBuild]
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|| <tt>alps</tt>
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|| Source package
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|| For clusters
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|-
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|| [https://www.macports.org MacPorts]
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|| <tt>alps</tt>
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|| Source/Binary package
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|| macOS
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|}
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=== Source packages ===
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.3.0-src.tar.gz alps-2.3.0-src.tar.gz]
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|| 28 MB
 
|| all
 
|| all
 
|| Source .tar.gz
 
|| Source .tar.gz
 
|-
 
|-
|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.0.0-r5363-src-with-boost.tar.gz alps-2.0.0-r5363-src-with-boost.tar.gz]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.3.0-src-with-boost.tar.gz alps-2.3.0-src-with-boost.tar.gz]
|| 66 MB
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|| 122 MB
 
|| all
 
|| all
 
|| Source .tar.gz  
 
|| Source .tar.gz  
  
including the Boost library 1.45
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including the Boost library
 
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|-
|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.0.0-macosx-10.6.dmg alps-2.0.0-macosx-10.6.dmg]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-tutorials-2.3.0-src.tar.gz alps-tutorials-2.3.0-src.tar.gz]
|| 35 MB
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||  28 MB
|| MacOS X 10.6
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|| Unix line endings
64-bit
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|| Tutorials
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|}
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== Prerelease 2.2.0b4 ==
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=== Binary packages ===
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|| '''Type'''
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.2.b4-macosx.dmg alps-2.2.b4-macosx.dmg]
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|| 62 MB
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|| MacOS X 64-bit
 
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
 
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
 
|-
 
|-
|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.0.0-macosx-10.5.dmg alps-2.0.0-macosx-10.5.dmg]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-vistrails-2.2.b4-macosx.dmg alps-vistrails-2.2.b4-macosx.dmg]
|| 26.8 MB
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|| 4.6 MB
|| MacOS X 10.5+  
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|| MacOS X 10.7+
32 bit (Intel)
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64 bit (Intel)
 
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
 
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
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ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.2.2
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.0.0-windows.exe alps-2.0.0-windows.exe ]
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|| [https://hub.docker.com/r/dolfim/alps Docker hub]
|| 30 MB
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|| 479 MB
|| Windows XP, Vista, and 7
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|| Docker
32 bit (i586)
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|| Tags
|| .exe (WIndows installer)
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2.2b4, 2.2b4-notebook
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-tutorials-2.0.0-r5363-src.tar.gz  alps-tutorials-2.0.0-r5363-src.tar.gz]
 
||  0.5  MB
 
|| Unix line endings
 
|| .tar.gz
 
ALPS tutorial input files
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
== Prerelease versions ==
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=== Source packages ===
  
=== Nightly snapshots ===
 
 
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|| '''Approximate size'''
 
|| '''Approximate size'''
 
|| '''Architecture'''
 
|| '''Architecture'''
 
|| '''Type'''
 
|| '''Type'''
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-src.tar.gz alps-nightly-src.tar.gz]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.2.b4-src.tar.gz alps-2.2.b4-src.tar.gz]
|| 4.9 MB
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|| 27 MB
 
|| all
 
|| all
 
|| Source .tar.gz
 
|| Source .tar.gz
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-src-with-boost.tar.gz alps-nightly-src-with-boost.tar.gz]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.2.b4-src-with-boost.tar.gz alps-2.2.b4-src-with-boost.tar.gz]
|| 50 MB
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|| 109 MB
 
|| all
 
|| all
 
|| Source .tar.gz  
 
|| Source .tar.gz  
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including the Boost library
 
including the Boost library
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-macosx-10.6.dmg alps-nightly-macosx-10.6.dmg]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-tutorials-2.2.b4-src.tar.gz alps-tutorials-2.2.b4-src.tar.gz]
|| 23 MB
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|| 19 MB
|| MacOS X 10.6
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|| Unix line endings
64-bit
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|| Tutorials
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
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|}
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== Prerelease 2.2.0b3 ==
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'''Note:''' This release was published before the paper ''M. Dolfi et al, CPC 185, 3430 (2014)''. The MPS applications included in v2.2.0b3 are outdated, please rely on the [[Download_and_install_ALPS_2#Public_repository| Public_repository]] for the latest version, or the sources attached to the paper.
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=== Binary packages ===
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|| '''Type'''
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-macosx-10.5.dmg alps-nightly-macosx-10.5.dmg]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.2.0b3-macosx.dmg alps-2.2.0b3-macosx.dmg]
|| 14 MB
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|| 54 MB
|| MacOS X 10.5+
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|| MacOS X 64-bit
32 bit (Intel)
 
 
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
 
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-nightly-macosx-10.5.dmg alps-vistrails-nightly-macosx-10.5.dmg]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-2.2.0b3-macosx.dmg alps-vistrails-2.2.0b3-macosx.dmg]
|| 5.5 MB
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|| 4.6 MB
|| MacOS X 10.5+
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|| MacOS X 10.7+
32 bit (Intel)
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64 bit (Intel)
 
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
 
|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
ALPS extensions to Vistrails
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ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1.2
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-windows.exe alps-nightly-windows.exe ]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.2.b3-win32.exe alps-2.2.b3-win32.exe ]
|| 19 MB
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|| 26 MB
|| Windows XP, Vista, and 7  
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|| Windows 7+
 
32 bit (i586)
 
32 bit (i586)
 
|| .exe (WIndows installer)
 
|| .exe (WIndows installer)
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-nightly-windows.exe  alps-vistrails-nightly-windows.exe]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.2.b3-win64.exe alps-2.2.b3-win64.exe ]
||  4.0 MB
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|| 28 MB
|| Windows XP, Vista, and 7  
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|| Windows 7+
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64 bit (x64)
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|| .exe (WIndows installer)
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-2.2.b3-win32.exe  alps-vistrails-2.2.b3-win32.exe]
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||  2.7 MB
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|| Windows 7  
 
32 bit (i586)
 
32 bit (i586)
 
|| .exe (WIndows installer)
 
|| .exe (WIndows installer)
ALPS extensions to Vistrails
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ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1.2
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-nightly-tutorials.tar.gz alps-nightly-tutorials.tar.gz]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-2.2.b3-win64.exe alps-vistrails-2.2.b3-win64.exe]
||  6.8 MB
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||  3.0 MB
|| Unix line endings
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|| Windows 7
|| Tutorials
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64 bit (x84)
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|| .exe (WIndows installer)
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ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1.2|-
 
|}
 
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= Installing the binary releases  =
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=== Source packages ===
  
=== Using the LiveALPS distribution on Linux ===
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To make your first steps with ALPS, using the [[LiveALPS]] Linux distribution may be the easiest way to proceed.
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|| '''''
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|| '''Approximate size'''
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|| '''Architecture'''
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|| '''Type'''
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.2.b3-r7462-src.tar.gz alps-2.2.b3-r7462-src.tar.gz]
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|| 27 MB
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|| all
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|| Source .tar.gz
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.2.b3-r7462-src-with-boost.tar.gz alps-2.2.b3-r7462-src-with-boost.tar.gz]
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|| 94 MB
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|| all
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|| Source .tar.gz
  
=== Installing the ALPS libraries and applications (MacOSX and Windows) ===
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including the Boost library
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-tutorials-2.2.b3-r7462-src.tar.gz alps-tutorials-2.2.b3-r7462-src.tar.gz]
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||  18 MB
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|| Unix line endings
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|| Tutorials
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|}
  
To install the binary releases for MacOS X and Windows just download the appropriate installer above and install it on your system. The installation location is /opt/alps on MacOS and "C:Program Files\ALPS" or "C:Program Files (x86)\ALPS" on Windows.
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== Release 2.1.1 ==
  
'''Note: ''' on Windows make sure to select the option to add ALPS to the PATH when asked. If you forget to do so, this can still be done manually. Choose "Control Panel" --> "System" --> "Advanced" --> "Environment Variables" and add the path to the ALPS programs (e.g. C:\Program Files\ALPS\bin) to the PATH variable.
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=== Binary packages ===
  
=== Installing Vistrails and the ALPS Vistrails extensions ===
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{| border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0"
To use the full Python functionality or the Vistrails provenance system, download and install the latest version of [http://www.vistrails.org/ Vistrails]. The latest snapshots from  [http://www.sci.utah.edu/~emanuele/files/vistrails/ here] will insall VisTrails and the ALPS packages.
 
  
'''Important note: get a nightly snapshot of Vistrails or the MacOS and WIndows installers from [http://www.sci.utah.edu/~emanuele/files/vistrails/ here]. '''
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|| '''''
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|| '''Approximate size'''
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|| '''Architecture'''
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|| '''Type'''
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.1.1-macosx-10.5.dmg alps-2.1.1-macosx-10.5.dmg]
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|| 34 MB
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|| MacOS X 10.5+
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32-bit (Intel)
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|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.1.1-macosx-10.6.dmg alps-2.1.1-macosx-10.6.dmg]
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|| 40 MB
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|| MacOS X 10.6+
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64-bit
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|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-2.1.1-macosx-10.5.dmg alps-vistrails-2.1.1-macosx-10.5.dmg]
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|| 4.2 MB
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|| MacOS X 10.5+
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32 bit (Intel)
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|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
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ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-2.1.1-macosx-10.6.dmg alps-vistrails-2.1.1-macosx-10.6.dmg]
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|| 6.2 MB
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|| MacOS X 10.6+
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64 bit (Intel)
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|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
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ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.1.1-win32.exe alps-2.1.1-win32.exe ]
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|| 20 MB
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|| Windows 7
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32 bit (i586)
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|| .exe (WIndows installer)
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.1.1-win64.exe alps-2.1.1-win64.exe ]
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|| 20 MB
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|| Windows 7
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64 bit (x64)
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|| .exe (WIndows installer)
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|}
  
Install Vistrails also if you just want to use the ALPS Python tools without Vistrails, since the binary packages have been compiled against the Python installation that comes with Vistrails.
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'''Note''': The binary VisTrails 2.0 installers ship with ALPS 2.1 module, to use ALPS applications you should anyway [[Installing_the_binary_releases | install the ALPS binary package]].
  
On Windows you will need to tell Vistrails where you have installed ALPS if you use a a 64-bit version of Windows or have not installed ALPS in the default location on the C drive. To do so, launch Vistrails and select Preferences from the Edit menu. Then click the "Module Packages" tab and enable the ALPS package. After enabling the ALPS package, select alps click configure and change the alpspath variable to point to your ALPS installation. On a 64-bit version of Windows this will most likely just be changing "Program Files" to 'Program Files (x86)".
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=== Source packages ===
  
=== Non-default install locations for the binary packages ===
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If you install it in a non-default location you will have to
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|| '''''
* set the environment variable ALPS_XML_DIR to point the the directory containing the ALPS XML and XSL files (the lib/xml subdirectory of the ALPS installation
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|| '''Approximate size'''
* On MacOS X set the environment variable DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH to include the lib directory of the ALPS installation so that the dynamic libraries can be found.
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|| '''Architecture'''
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|| '''Type'''
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.1.1-r6176-src.tar.gz alps-2.1.1-r6176-src.tar.gz]
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|| 19 MB
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|| all
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|| Source .tar.gz
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-2.1.1-r6176-src-with-boost.tar.gz alps-2.1.1-r6176-src-with-boost.tar.gz]
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|| 75 MB
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|| all
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|| Source .tar.gz
  
=== Installing the ALPS libraries and applications (Debian GNU/Linux) ===
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including the Boost library
We make binary packages of official release/prerelease for Debian GNU/Linux (sid/amd64). The following is the apt line.
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deb http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/debian/sid ./
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-tutorials-2.1.1-r6176-src.tar.gz alps-tutorials-2.1.1-r6176-src.tar.gz]
deb-src http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/debian/sid ./
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||  9.8 MB
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|| Unix line endings
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|| Tutorials
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|}
  
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== Prerelease versions ==
  
=== Installing the ALPS libraries and applications (Ubuntu GNU/Linux) ===
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== Public repository ==
  
We make binary packages of official release/prerelease for Ubuntu GNU/Linux for 10.04 (lucid) and 10.10 (maverick).
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The latest version of the ALPS Trunk is public accessible at:
To use them :  
 
  
* Add the key for authentification (optional) :
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<code>
curl http://www.cpht.polytechnique.fr/ubuntu/gpg_key  | sudo apt-key add -
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svn co https://alps.comp-phys.org/svn/alps1/trunk/alps
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</code>
  
* Add to /etc/apt/sources.list
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== Nightly snapshots ==
**  for lucid (10.04)
 
    deb http://www.cpht.polytechnique.fr/ubuntu  lucid alps
 
    deb-src http://www.cpht.polytechnique.fr/ubuntu  lucid alps
 
  
**  for maverick (10.10)
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{| border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0"
    deb http://www.cpht.polytechnique.fr/ubuntu  maverick alps
 
    deb-src http://www.cpht.polytechnique.fr/ubuntu maverick  alps
 
  
'''NB :'''  
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|| '''Nightly snapshot'''
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|| '''Approximate size'''
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|| '''Architecture'''
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|| '''Type'''
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-src.tar.gz alps-nightly-src.tar.gz]
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|| 18 MB
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|| all
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|| Source .tar.gz
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|-
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-src-with-boost.tar.gz alps-nightly-src-with-boost.tar.gz]
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|| 74 MB
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|| all
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|| Source .tar.gz
  
* The packages are in "/main(cpht.polytechnique.fr)" section if you sort them by origin in synaptic.
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including the Boost library
 
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* ALPS2 requires a newer boost. We therefore provide a boost 1.45 package that '''replaces''' the standard 1.42 on lucid (which is therefore uninstalled).
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-macosx.dmg alps-nightly-macosx.dmg]
 
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|| 39 MB
* ALPS2 is split in several packages : libraries, applications, doc, tutorials, etc... for static and dynamically linked version.  The simplest is to install libboost1.45-all-dev and all *alps* packages except libalps2-dbg (for debugging only).
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|| MacOS X 10.6+
 
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64-bit
= Building ALPS from source on MacOS X and Unix =
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|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
 
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|-
== Libraries and tools needed to build ALPS ==
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-nightly-macosx.dmg alps-vistrails-nightly-macosx.dmg]
 
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|| 6.2 MB
ALPS will need the following libraries and tools in addition to the ALPS sources:
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|| MacOS X 10.6+
 
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64 bit (Intel)
* [http://www.cmake.org/http://www.cmake.org/ CMake] version 2.8 or higher as a build system.
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|| .dmg (Mac bundle)
* [http://www.boost.org/ Boost C++ Libraries] version  1.43.0, 1.44.0, or 1.45.0.
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ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.0beta
* [http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/ HDF5] version 1.8.2 or higher
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|-
 
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-win32.exe alps-nightly-win32 ]
Many of the applications will also need
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|| 17 MB
* BLAS and LAPACK libraries
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|| Windows 7
 
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32 bit (i586)
To use the evaluation tools you will need Python and some Python packages
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|| .exe (WIndows installer)
* [http://www.python.org/ Python] 2.5 or 2.6
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* [http://numpy.scipy.org/ Numpy]
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-win64.exe alps-nightly-win64 ]
* [http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/ Matplotlib]
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* [http://www.scipy.org Scipy]
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All these packages and tools can be installed from source. In the following we will give more instructions for packaged installations on various platforms.
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The tebd code requires a fortran compiler and that HDF5 be built with the --enable-fortran configure option.
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-nightly-win32.exe  alps-vistrails-nightly-win32.exe]
 
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=== Get dependent  libraries and tools on MacOS X using Mac Ports ===
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|| Windows 7
 
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* Get and install [http://www.macports.org/ Mac Ports]
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|| .exe (WIndows installer)
 
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* Install CMake either using the binary on  [http://www.cmake.org/ http://www.cmake.org/ ] or using Mac Ports:
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/vistrails/alps-vistrails-nightly-win64.exe  alps-vistrails-nightly-win64.exe]
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||  3.0 MB
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64 bit (x84)
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|| .exe (WIndows installer)
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ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.0beta
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|| [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/software/releases/alps-nightly-tutorials.tar.gz  alps-nightly-tutorials.tar.gz]
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$ sudo port install cmake
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= ALPS Logo =
  
* Install [http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/ HDF5] 1.8.2 or higher
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ALPS logo is available at https://alps.comp-phys.org/svn/alps1/trunk/alps/doc/src/alps_logo.gif .
 
 
$ sudo port install hdf5-18
 
 
 
* If you want Python support without Vistrails install Python and scientific Python packages:
 
 
 
$ sudo port install py26-numpy py26-scipy py26-matplotlib python26
 
$ sudo python_select python26
 
 
 
Alternatively you can also just install the ALPS Vistrails extensions
 
 
 
* Download and unpack the [http://www.boost.org/ Boost C++ Libraries] library sources 1.43.0 or higher if you have not downloaded them with the ALPS sources. '''NOTE: just download and unpack but do not build Boost '''
 
 
 
=== Get dependent libraries and tools on CentOS 5.4 (should be identical with RHEL 5.4 and essentially all 5.* versions)  ===
 
1. Make sure you have all the usual compilers installed. The following should pull in all required dependencies (including some libraries):
 
 
 
# yum install gcc-c++ gcc-gfortran
 
 
 
2. If you want to use the evaluation tools, you will need to install a newer version of Python than the provided 2.4. You can install from source or use an unofficial repository for binary RPMs. This is not required if you just want to run your compiled simulations (c++ applications), but make sure you still have python headers (specify -DALPS_BUILD_PYTHON=OFF when invoking cmake):
 
 
 
# yum install python-devel
 
 
 
3. [http://www.cmake.org/ CMake] 2.8.0 or later and [http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/ HDF5] 1.8 or later
 
need to be installed from source since there are no packages in the standard repositories. You can however use the install scripts in the script directory to save some work. See [[#Get some dependent libraries and tools from source using ALPS convenience scripts]]
 
 
 
4. More recent Boost packages are required. Use the ALPS package that includes them or get them separately.
 
 
 
5. If you don't have some version installed already, you will also need BLAS/LAPACK:
 
 
 
# yum install blas-devel lapack-devel
 
 
 
=== Get dependent libraries and tools on Ubuntu 9.10 karmic  ===
 
[http://www.cmake.org/ CMake] 2.8.0 and [http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/ HDF5] 1.8
 
need to be installed from source since there are no packages in karmic. It is easier with the next release (lucid), see below.
 
 
 
=== Get dependent libraries and tools on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid ===
 
Download ALPS with the Boost sources included, as Ubuntu 10.04 only ships with Boost 1.40. Install other required packages (including python headers and libssl) using Synaptic package manager.
 
 
 
build-essential cmake-curses-gui libhdf5-serial-dev libfftw3-dev gfortran python-dev python-scipy python-matplotlib libssl-dev liblapack-dev
 
 
 
On Ubuntu, Vistrails is able to automatically install additional packages. If you however do not have administrative rights, you might need your administrator to install also the following packages:
 
 
 
python-qt4-gl python-qt4-sql python-vtk
 
=== Get dependent libraries and tools on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick ===
 
Install required packages using Synaptic package manager.
 
 
 
cmake-curses-gui libboost-all-dev libhdf5-serial-dev libfftw3-dev gfortran python-matplotlib python-scipy python-h5py liblapack-dev
 
 
 
=== Get dependent libraries and tools on Debian GNU/Linux (sid)  ===
 
(2010/04/08) You can now create ALPS binary (except SSE, #68) without external source!
 
 
 
*  Install build-essential package using apt. This will pull g++, make, etc.
 
$ sudo aptitude install build-essential
 
 
 
* Install [http://www.cmake.org/ CMake] using apt. Currently, this pulls 2.8.2
 
$ sudo aptitude install cmake-curses-gui
 
 
 
* Install [http://www.hdfgroup.org/HDF5/ HDF5] using apt. Currently, this pulls 1.8.4-patch1.
 
$ sudo aptitude install libhdf5-serial-dev
 
 
 
* Install [http://www.boost.org/ Boost C++ Libraries] using apt. Currently, this pulls 1.42.0. Note: Install libboost-all-dev. libboost-dev is not sufficient!
 
$ sudo aptitude install libboost-all-dev
 
 
 
* Install FFTW using apt.
 
$ sudo aptitude install libfftw3-dev
 
 
 
* Install Python and the needed packages h5py, numpy, scipy and matplotlib  using apt.
 
$ sudo aptitude install python-h5py python-numpy python-matplotlib python-scipy
 
 
 
* Install gfortran using apt for LAPACK/BLAS autodetection.
 
$ sudo aptitude install gfortran
 
 
 
=== Get some dependent libraries and tools from source using ALPS convenience scripts  ===
 
We have provided some shell scripts that can simplify building some of the dependent libraries from source:
 
 
* Checkout the ALPS source from subversion. (assume e.g. at $HOME/src/alps2)
 
* Install CMake and HDF5 using scripts, building in $HOME/tmp and installing into $HOME/opt
 
 
 
$ $HOME/src/alps2/script/cmake.sh $HOME/opt $HOME/tmp
 
$ $HOME/src/alps2/script/hdf5.sh $HOME/opt $HOME/tmp
 
 
 
== Build ALPS ==
 
* Create a build directory (anywhere you have write access) and execute cmake giving the path to the alps and to the boost directory:
 
 
 
$ cmake -D Boost_ROOT_DIR:PATH=/path/to/boost/directory /path/to/alps/directory
 
 
 
In this case the installation directory will be '/opt/alps'.
 
If you want to specify a different installation directory set the variable CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX. Note that for the directory
 
you specify here, you need to have writing-rights, therefore if you do not have the right to write to '/opt/alps' you need to give this option in any case:
 
 
 
$ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/path/to/install/directory /path/to/alps/directory
 
 
 
If you want to link against a 64-bit LAPACK version turn the LAPACK_64_BIT option on in cmake by adding the option -D LAPACK_64_BIT=ON
 
 
 
* Optionally look at or edit the CMake configuration settings using the CMake GUI or ccmake. This lets you set include and library paths for libraries which cmake did not find automatically. You may want to take a look at the descriptions of the relevant [[ALPS2_cmake_options | cmake options]].
 
 
$ ccmake .
 
 
 
* Build and test ALPS
 
 
 
$ make
 
$ make test
 
$ make install
 
 
 
== Notes for high performance computers ==
 
 
 
On HPC machines it might be nontrivial to configure and set up ALPS with the right combination of libraries. We thus provide setup configuration files for those machines where we have successfully installed ALPS and where the setup was nontrivial. More information can be found [[MachineConfig | here]]
 
 
 
 
 
== Notes for Unix Servers ==
 
 
 
On Unix servers you often do not have access to the root directory, and you cannot use the default directory to install HDF5 and Cmake. Here is an example on how to install Alps 2.0 on a server in which you have writing access only to your home directory (~/)
 
 
 
1. Download HDF5 and install into ~/opt
 
 
 
2. Download and install cmake into ~/cmake
 
 
 
3. Download the Alps sources into your home directory and expand them using "gunzip" and "tar -xrf". From the directory that you have just created execute:
 
 
 
> ../cmake-2.8.1/bin/cmake  -D BLAS_LIBRARY=/usr/lib64/libblas.so.3.0.3
 
  -D LAPACK_LIBRARY=/usr/lib64/liblapack.so.3.0.3 -D CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=$HOME/ALPS
 
  -D LAPACK_64_BIT=ON  -D HDF5_LIBRARIES=/srv01/condgrp/huber/opt/lib/libhdf5.so.6
 
  -D HDF5_INCLUDE_DIR=/srv01/condgrp/huber/opt/include/ ~/alps-2.0.0b1-r4556-src-with-boost/alps/
 
 
 
4. add the following line to the ~/.bashrc file
 
 
 
  export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$HOME/opt/lib to .bashrc
 
 
 
= Building Vistrails and ALPS Vistrails packages from source on Linux =
 
 
 
=== Setting up ALPS-enabled Vistrails on Debian GNU/Linux (sid) ===
 
 
 
* Install python-qt4-gl and python-vtk (git and unzip, too) using apt
 
 
 
$ sudo aptitude install python-qt4-gl python-vtk git unzip
 
 
 
* Download the latest Vistrails sources from [http://www.vistrails.org/index.php/Downloads].
 
 
 
* Go to your ALPS build directory
 
 
* Turn ALPS_INSTALL_VISTRAILS_PACKAGES on, either in the GUI or by running cmake initially as
 
  $ cmake -DALPS_INSTALL_VISTRAILS_PACKAGES=ON
 
 
 
* Set theCMake  VISTRAILS_APP_DIR variable to point to the directory containing vistrails.
 
 
 
* Build and install ALPS. This will build '''both''' a full ALPS installation and install the ALPS Vistrails extensions into Vistrails
 
 
 
=== If you have problems... ===
 
 
 
f you've had previous versions of Vistrails installed, it might be confused by some old files in ~/.vistrails. Try renaming that folder and start again.
 
 
 
= Advanced builds =
 
 
 
Instructions for advanced build versions are available on the developer Wiki:
 
 
 
* Building from source on Windows [https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/AlpsOnWindows https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/AlpsOnWindows]
 
 
 
* Building the documentation from source [https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/Documentation https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/Documentation]
 
 
 
* Building binary and source packages [https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/Packages https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/Packages]
 
 
 
* Build using llvm [https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/LLVM https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/LLVM]
 
 
 
* Build Vistrails packages on MacOS and Windows [https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/AlpsVistrails https://alps.comp-phys.org/trac/wiki/AlpsVistrails]
 
 
 
If you want to build the Python extensions against a non-standard Python installation set the CMake variable PYTHON_INTERPRETER to point to the Python interpreter you want to use
 
  
 
= In case of problems =
 
= In case of problems =
  
Should you have any questions or inquiries about the ALPS package, please don't hesitate to consult our mailing list:  [https://webmail.phys.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/comp-phys-alps-users comp-phys-alps-users@list.comp-phys.org]
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Should you have any questions or inquiries about the ALPS package, please don't hesitate to consult our mailing list:  [https://webmail.phys.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/comp-phys-alps-users comp-phys-alps-users@lists.comp-phys.org]
 
 
= 若遇見問題 =
 
 
 
若對於 ALPS 軟件有任何疑問或質詢 , 請閣下瀏覽我們的專用質詢電郵: [https://webmail.phys.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/comp-phys-alps-users comp-phys-alps-users@list.comp-phys.org].
 

Latest revision as of 18:50, 16 January 2017

Instructions

ALPS comes as a single package containing both libraries and applications. Unless stated otherwise, the ALPS Libraries are distributed under the ALPS library license for libraries and ALPS application license for applications.


You can install ALPS 2 by simply downloading and installing a binary package for your system or build ALPS from source yourself. To install ALPS you can either download and install the binary package for your system or you may build ALPS from the source yourself.

The instructions on how to do so can be found here:

Releases

Prerelease 2.3.0

Binary packages

Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-2.3.0-macosx.dmg 58 MB MacOS X 64-bit .dmg (Mac bundle)
Anaconda Installer 30-40 MB MacOS X 64-bit

Linux 64-bit

Win 32-bit, Win 64-bit

Docker hub 479 MB Docker Tags

2.3.0, 2.3.0-notebook

Packaging systems

Package name Package type System
EasyBuild alps Source package For clusters
MacPorts alps Source/Binary package macOS

Source packages

Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-2.3.0-src.tar.gz 28 MB all Source .tar.gz
alps-2.3.0-src-with-boost.tar.gz 122 MB all Source .tar.gz

including the Boost library

alps-tutorials-2.3.0-src.tar.gz 28 MB Unix line endings Tutorials

Prerelease 2.2.0b4

Binary packages

Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-2.2.b4-macosx.dmg 62 MB MacOS X 64-bit .dmg (Mac bundle)
alps-vistrails-2.2.b4-macosx.dmg 4.6 MB MacOS X 10.7+

64 bit (Intel)

.dmg (Mac bundle)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.2.2

Docker hub 479 MB Docker Tags

2.2b4, 2.2b4-notebook

Source packages

Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-2.2.b4-src.tar.gz 27 MB all Source .tar.gz
alps-2.2.b4-src-with-boost.tar.gz 109 MB all Source .tar.gz

including the Boost library

alps-tutorials-2.2.b4-src.tar.gz 19 MB Unix line endings Tutorials


Prerelease 2.2.0b3

Note: This release was published before the paper M. Dolfi et al, CPC 185, 3430 (2014). The MPS applications included in v2.2.0b3 are outdated, please rely on the Public_repository for the latest version, or the sources attached to the paper.

Binary packages

Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-2.2.0b3-macosx.dmg 54 MB MacOS X 64-bit .dmg (Mac bundle)
alps-vistrails-2.2.0b3-macosx.dmg 4.6 MB MacOS X 10.7+

64 bit (Intel)

.dmg (Mac bundle)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1.2

alps-2.2.b3-win32.exe 26 MB Windows 7+

32 bit (i586)

.exe (WIndows installer)
alps-2.2.b3-win64.exe 28 MB Windows 7+

64 bit (x64)

.exe (WIndows installer)
alps-vistrails-2.2.b3-win32.exe 2.7 MB Windows 7

32 bit (i586)

.exe (WIndows installer)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1.2

alps-vistrails-2.2.b3-win64.exe 3.0 MB Windows 7

64 bit (x84)

.exe (WIndows installer)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1.2|-

Source packages

Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-2.2.b3-r7462-src.tar.gz 27 MB all Source .tar.gz
alps-2.2.b3-r7462-src-with-boost.tar.gz 94 MB all Source .tar.gz

including the Boost library

alps-tutorials-2.2.b3-r7462-src.tar.gz 18 MB Unix line endings Tutorials

Release 2.1.1

Binary packages

Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-2.1.1-macosx-10.5.dmg 34 MB MacOS X 10.5+

32-bit (Intel)

.dmg (Mac bundle)
alps-2.1.1-macosx-10.6.dmg 40 MB MacOS X 10.6+

64-bit

.dmg (Mac bundle)
alps-vistrails-2.1.1-macosx-10.5.dmg 4.2 MB MacOS X 10.5+

32 bit (Intel)

.dmg (Mac bundle)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1

alps-vistrails-2.1.1-macosx-10.6.dmg 6.2 MB MacOS X 10.6+

64 bit (Intel)

.dmg (Mac bundle)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.1

alps-2.1.1-win32.exe 20 MB Windows 7

32 bit (i586)

.exe (WIndows installer)
alps-2.1.1-win64.exe 20 MB Windows 7

64 bit (x64)

.exe (WIndows installer)

Note: The binary VisTrails 2.0 installers ship with ALPS 2.1 module, to use ALPS applications you should anyway install the ALPS binary package.

Source packages

Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-2.1.1-r6176-src.tar.gz 19 MB all Source .tar.gz
alps-2.1.1-r6176-src-with-boost.tar.gz 75 MB all Source .tar.gz

including the Boost library

alps-tutorials-2.1.1-r6176-src.tar.gz 9.8 MB Unix line endings Tutorials

Prerelease versions

Public repository

The latest version of the ALPS Trunk is public accessible at:

svn co https://alps.comp-phys.org/svn/alps1/trunk/alps

Nightly snapshots

Nightly snapshot Approximate size Architecture Type
alps-nightly-src.tar.gz 18 MB all Source .tar.gz
alps-nightly-src-with-boost.tar.gz 74 MB all Source .tar.gz

including the Boost library

alps-nightly-macosx.dmg 39 MB MacOS X 10.6+

64-bit

.dmg (Mac bundle)
alps-vistrails-nightly-macosx.dmg 6.2 MB MacOS X 10.6+

64 bit (Intel)

.dmg (Mac bundle)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.0beta

alps-nightly-win32 17 MB Windows 7

32 bit (i586)

.exe (WIndows installer)
alps-nightly-win64 31 MB Windows 7

64 bit (x64)

.exe (WIndows installer)
alps-vistrails-nightly-win32.exe 2.7 MB Windows 7

32 bit (i586)

.exe (WIndows installer)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.0beta

alps-vistrails-nightly-win64.exe 3.0 MB Windows 7

64 bit (x84)

.exe (WIndows installer)

ALPS extensions to Vistrails 2.0beta

alps-nightly-tutorials.tar.gz 9.8 MB Unix line endings Tutorials

ALPS logo is available at https://alps.comp-phys.org/svn/alps1/trunk/alps/doc/src/alps_logo.gif .

In case of problems

Should you have any questions or inquiries about the ALPS package, please don't hesitate to consult our mailing list: comp-phys-alps-users@lists.comp-phys.org