How to install Holo

Whenever possible, install Holo as a package. Package sources are listed below by distribution. (If you are a packager, please contact us if you're working on getting Holo packaged in your distribution.)

From source

Alternatively, install from source by cloning the corresponding Git repos and looking at the README.md:

Arch Linux packages

Packages are available from the AUR. If you prefer pre-compiled packages, you can use our repository (only available for x86_64 at the moment). Add the following to your /etc/pacman.conf:

[holo]
Server = https://repo.holocm.org/archlinux/$arch

The packages are signed with GPG, so you need to import and trust the signing key:

$ sudo pacman-key -r 0xF7A9C9DC4631BD1A
$ sudo pacman-key -f 0xF7A9C9DC4631BD1A
#     check the key fingerprint before continuing, it should be:
#     2A53 49F6 B4D7 305A 85DE  D8D4 F7A9 C9DC 4631 BD1A
$ sudo pacman-key --lsign-key 0xF7A9C9DC4631BD1A

To get a list of all packages in this repo, use:

$ sudo pacman -Syl holo

To give feedback about these packages, please use GitHub Issues.

Debian/Ubuntu packages

We offer packages that have been cross-compiled on Arch Linux. Add the following to your /etc/apt/sources.list:

deb https://repo.holocm.org/debian stable main

The repository is signed with GPG, so you need to import and trust the signing key:

$ sudo apt-key adv --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-keys 0xD6019A3E17CA2D96
$ sudo apt-key adv --fingerprint 0xD6019A3E17CA2D96
#     check the key fingerprint before continuing, it should be:
#     BB41 E373 DB03 9091 6D23  2BFF D601 9A3E 17CA 2D96

To give feedback about these packages, please use GitHub Issues.