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CarPy Installers and Binary Packages

Here you can find installers (.pkg files for OSX, .RPM for Linux) and the universal+binary packages that have been built on different architectures.  If you can't find the version you need, you will need to build CarPy from source following these instructions

CarPy Installers

These are probably the easiest option for installing on your system. On OSX, download and double-click the .pkg file, which installs CarPy in /opt/CarPy. On Linux systems, download the RPM and install with "rpm -i <package.RPM>".

  • Apple MacOS 12 and 13 and probably 14:
  • Apple MacOS 11.x (Big Sur):
  • Apple MacOS 10.14 - 10.15 (Mojave and Catalina): 
  • Apple MacOS 10.13 (High Sierra): 
  • CentOS 7.x Linux:
  • CarPy Universal Package

    The next option is to install the universal and binary packages separately. This file is required by all architectures that have binary releases below.

    CarPy Binary Packages

    Find the OS/version/architecture that best matches your system. 

    Mac OS X

    The Mac OS X binaries must be located in /usr/local/CarPy in order to function correctly.  Also, if a link to gcc/gfortran is provided, you should download and install that tarfile in the root directory on your system.You must install these versions of gcc/gfortran in order to use the binary distributions of CarPy. If you have a different version of gfortran installed already, then you must build from source. As of OSX 10.8, X11 is no longer part of the base system, so you must download/install XQuartz. We list the version of XQuartz used when building the binary version of CarPy. Newer versions of XQuartz might work, but if they don't, you will have to downgrade (links provided) XQuartz or build CarPy from source.


      • CentOS 7.7:


    CarPy Source

    Download this if you wish to install CarPy from source (and don't want to use our svn server). You should also read the build instructions.