Zero Install: Downloads
The 0launch command can be used to run a program, by giving it the program's full name (a web address or "URL"). It does not need to be installed or run as root. It does not write to any shared directories (like /usr/bin or /usr/lib). It stores downloads in a cache directory so that you don't need to download anything twice, and programs can still be used when you are off-line.
Select your platform from the list below. If your system isn't listed, choose Source.
- Linux (packages for various distributions)
- Mac OS X (MacPorts, Fink, JHBuild, Bundle)
- Source (install with Python distutils)
- Unix (FreeBSD, Solaris)