OAR is free software licensed under the GNU General Public License Version 2 or above. Because OAR is licensed free of charge, there is no warranty, to the extent permitted by applicable law. Read the full text of the GNU GPL version 2 for details.
See the OAR versions page.
OAR can be installed independently of any distribution packaging mechanism. This can especially be handy if no package is provided for the distribution of your choice.
Tarballs are located here:
Once the tarball downloaded and unpacked, please read the INSTALL file inside for instructions about how to proceed to the installation.
OAR is shipped in Debian official distribution. As of writing this, the following versions are available:
OAR is also part of Debian derivative distributions, such as Ubuntu.
RPM packages are provided for OAR, for distribution based on RedHat Enterprise Linux 6 or 7. E.g.:
OAR uses packages from the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) repository.
To add the Epel repository to your yum configuration, please run the following command:
$ yum install epel-release
Or read this page.
OAR can be installed using yum. Please run the following command as root to setup OAR repository:
$ DISTRO="cento6" # or DISTRO="centos7" $ cat <<EOF > /etc/yum.repos.d/OAR.repo [OAR] name=OAR baseurl=http://oar-ftp.imag.fr/oar/2.5/rpm/$DISTRO/stable/ gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=http://oar-ftp.imag.fr/oar/oarmaster.asc enabled=0 EOF
NB: with this configuration, OAR repository is not activated by defaut. This is done on purpose, in order to prevent unwanted upgrades. To use the OAR repository, one must use the yum command with
Tarballs of release candidates and new versions of OAR are push to:
OAR development versions (e.g. release candidates) may not be uploaded to Debian official repositories, but are usually distributed via our dedicated repository hosted at oar-ftp.imag.fr.
To use this repository, you first need to install the repository key:
$ wget -q http://oar-ftp.imag.fr/oar/oarmaster.asc -O- | apt-key add -
See the following URL, to find out what distributions are available: http://oar-ftp.imag.fr/oar/2.5/debian/dists/
For instance, to use the sid_beta distribution (beta packages for Debian Sid), run the following command as root:
$ cat <<'EOF' > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/oar.list deb http://oar-ftp.imag.fr/oar/debian/ sid_beta main EOF
Centos packages for release candidates or new versions of OAR are pushed to our testing repository.
One can add it to its yum repositories as follows:
$ cat <<'EOF' > /etc/yum.repos.d/OAR-testing.repo [OAR-testing] name=OAR-testing baseurl=http://oar-ftp.imag.fr/oar/2.5/rpm/centos6/testing/ gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=http://oar-ftp.imag.fr/oar/oarmaster.asc enabled=0 EOF
And use the yum command with
The OAR project is hosted by the Inria's Gforge at https://gforge.inria.fr/projects/oar/.
You need a Inria Gforge account to get the developer access. This requires you to be part of a research collaboration/project with Inria.
$ git clone git+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org//gitroot//oar/oar.git
$ git clone git://scm.gforge.inria.fr/oar/oar.git
To ease collaborative development (pull request, issues…), the main branches of the OAR repository are also pushed on Github. You'll find the repository here: https://github.com/oar-team/oar.
$ git clone git://github.com/oar-team/oar.git
$ git clone email@example.com:oar-team/oar.git