A number of people have offered to maintain pre-built executables, easy
installation scripts, etc., for particular architectures. They are not
maintained by us and are not guaranteed to work, be kept up to date with
our latest releases, etc., but you may find them useful. Here's what we
know about at the moment:
- Solaris: Peter Theobald builds Unison for
Solaris. The binary can be found here
(it is interpreted byte-code so it should work on any Solaris-like system and possibly on any system with an OCaml interpreter).
- HP/UX: Philipp Neuner has built Unison 2.13 for
HP/UX. The binary can be found here.
- OS X and Linux: Shuly Wintner has
compiled two versions of the text UI, for Linux (Red Hat 9) and Mac
(10.3.8), as well as a Mac native GUI version. They are available from
- Irix: Chris Cocosco provides binaries for Unison
under SGI IRIX (6.5). They can be found in http://www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/users/crisco/unison.irix/.
- OSF1: Andrew Schulman and Jerome Vouillon have built
Unison for OSF1. Some precompiled binaries and instructions for making
more yourself can be found at http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/unison.html.
If you would like to provide pre-compiled binaries for an architecture
not listed here, please send mail too the unison-hackers list and we can
add you to this page.