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Haskell support on various Linux distributions. How to find Haskell applications and tools, contribute new packages, and get help for your distribution.
 
Haskell support on various Linux distributions. How to find Haskell applications and tools, contribute new packages, and get help for your distribution.
   
* [http://haskell.org/ghc/download_ghc_6_10_1.html#binaries Download GHC for Linux]
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Available downloads:
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* [http://www.haskell.org/platform/linux.html The Haskell Platform]
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* [http://www.haskell.org/ghc/distribution_packages GHC Distribution Packages]
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* [http://www.haskell.org/ghc/ GHC source]
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For most cases, the Haskell Platform is the preferred download.
   
 
Mostly distributions should provide:
 
Mostly distributions should provide:
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* Cabal and cabal-install
 
* Cabal and cabal-install
   
Optionally they provide parts of the emerging [http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Haskell_Platform Haskell Platform].
 
   
 
==Arch Haskell==
 
==Arch Haskell==
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| [http://hackage.haskell.org/cgi-bin/hackage-scripts/package/cabal2arch cabal2arch]
 
| [http://hackage.haskell.org/cgi-bin/hackage-scripts/package/cabal2arch cabal2arch]
 
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==Debian GNU/Linux==
 
==Debian GNU/Linux==
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* Libraries: The most important packages are available in the [http://packages.debian.org/stable/devel/ stable], [http://packages.debian.org/testing/devel/ testing] and [http://packages.debian.org/unstable/devel/ unstable] trees.
 
* Libraries: The most important packages are available in the [http://packages.debian.org/stable/devel/ stable], [http://packages.debian.org/testing/devel/ testing] and [http://packages.debian.org/unstable/devel/ unstable] trees.
 
* Applications:
 
* Applications:
* Mailing list: [http://urchin.earth.li/pipermail/debian-haskell/ debian-haskell]
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* Mailing list: [http://lists.debian.org/debian-haskell/ debian-haskell]
 
* Wiki:
 
* Wiki:
* IRC channel:
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* IRC channel: #debian-haskell @ irc.debian.org
 
* Making new packages: .deb from .cabal is a [[Creating_Debian_packages_from_Cabal_package|fairly easy process]].
 
* Making new packages: .deb from .cabal is a [[Creating_Debian_packages_from_Cabal_package|fairly easy process]].
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==Fedora==
 
==Fedora==
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* Mailing list: [http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-haskell-list fedora-haskell-list]
 
* Mailing list: [http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-haskell-list fedora-haskell-list]
 
* IRC channel: The #fedora-haskell IRC channel on Freenode
 
* IRC channel: The #fedora-haskell IRC channel on Freenode
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==Gentoo==
 
==Gentoo==
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[[Gentoo]]
 
[[Gentoo]]
   
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==Slackware Linux==
 
==Slackware Linux==
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Slackware does not have official Haskell support.
 
Slackware does not have official Haskell support.
   
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Tools: [http://gorgias.mine.nu/repos/slackBuild/ slackbuild]
 
Tools: [http://gorgias.mine.nu/repos/slackBuild/ slackbuild]
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==Ubuntu==
 
==Ubuntu==
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This is pretty much the same as Debian, providing you add the 'universe' and/or 'multiverse' repositories, which import Debian packages and recompile them to match Ubuntu dependencies. The exact versions of packages may be different from Debian, but they tend to be ahead of Debian stable (sometimes by a long way).
 
This is pretty much the same as Debian, providing you add the 'universe' and/or 'multiverse' repositories, which import Debian packages and recompile them to match Ubuntu dependencies. The exact versions of packages may be different from Debian, but they tend to be ahead of Debian stable (sometimes by a long way).
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== RHEL, CentOS, Scientific Linux 5 and 6 and Fedora 16 and 17 ==
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Downloads for these distributions can be found at [http://justhub.org/download JustHub]
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== Blog articles ==
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* [http://deltadiaz.blogspot.nl/2013/04/haskell-platform-from-source-in-linux.html Haskell Platform from source in Linux]
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* [http://www.vex.net/~trebla/haskell/haskell-platform.xhtml Haskell Platform from Source on Unix-Like]
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* [http://twdkz.wordpress.com/2011/12/21/installing-ghc-7-0-3-and-the-haskell-platform-on-rhel-5-6/ Installing GHC 7.0.3 and the Haskell platform on RHEL 5.6]
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[[Category:OS]]
 
[[Category:OS]]

Revision as of 15:55, 28 April 2013

Haskell support on various Linux distributions. How to find Haskell applications and tools, contribute new packages, and get help for your distribution.

Available downloads:

For most cases, the Haskell Platform is the preferred download.

Mostly distributions should provide:

  • GHC
  • Core libraries
  • Core development tools
  • Cabal and cabal-install


Contents

1 Arch Haskell

arch.jpg

Main Arch Haskell site

Wiki Arch Haskell Wiki
Blog Arch Haskell Blog
IRC #arch-haskell @ freenode.org
Applications Haskell applications provided on Arch Linux
Libraries Haskell libraries on Arch Linux
Tools cabal2arch


2 Debian GNU/Linux

Debian Gnu/Linux provides a good toolchain for Haskell development


3 Fedora

Fedora Haskell SIG Page


4 Gentoo

Gentoo

icon-gentoo.png


IRC #gentoo-haskell @ freenode.org
Applications Haskell applications and libraries provided on Gentoo Linux
Tools hackport


5 Slackware Linux

Slackware does not have official Haskell support.

An unofficial Slackware repository for Haskell tools, library and programs is available here. This repository works with slapt-get and swaret.

Tools: slackbuild


6 Ubuntu

This is pretty much the same as Debian, providing you add the 'universe' and/or 'multiverse' repositories, which import Debian packages and recompile them to match Ubuntu dependencies. The exact versions of packages may be different from Debian, but they tend to be ahead of Debian stable (sometimes by a long way).


7 RHEL, CentOS, Scientific Linux 5 and 6 and Fedora 16 and 17

Downloads for these distributions can be found at JustHub


8 Blog articles