How to download Mnet

Pre-compiled binary packages of Mnet are available for a number of platforms -- see below. If you can't use one of these packages, or if you prefer to build Mnet yourself from source, the package of source code is identical for any platform: [source package].

Windows

It's the same binary package for all 32-bit versions of Windows. Download and run. It should be self explanatory. (If it is not, see the "instructions" link.)

[binary package for Windows] [instructions]

Linux

Try the binary tarball or the Mandrake RPM. If neither one works, use the source package to build your own copy. See the "instructions" link for more detail.

[binary package for linux/libstdc++5/glibc2.3][mandrake rpm] [instructions]

OS X

Download the binary package. When you download it, it will unpack itself into a directory named "Mnet". Start terminal and execute "Mnet/Mnet.sh" on the command-line. See the "instructions" link for more detail and for a list of known bugs.

[binary package for Mac OS X] [instructions]

FreeBSD

Download the binary package.

[binary package for FreeBSD]

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