1.1. Which download do I need?

Packages can be downloaded from the GitHub project releases page.

Some folks need extra help understanding which package/download is needed. This table below should help;

Processor Type Operating System Distribution File on release page;

AMD / Intel → amd64

Linux

Other → .tar.gz

OliveTin-date-linux-amd64.tar.gz installation instructions

Red Hat, Fedora, etc → .rp m

OliveTin_date_linux_amd64.rpm installation instructions

Debian, Ubuntu → .deb

OliveTin_date_linux_amd64.deb installation instructions

Android → .apk

OliveTin_date_linux_amd64.apk installation instructions

Windows

OliveTin-date-windows-amd64.zip

macOS

OliveTin-date-macOS-amd64.tar.gz

Raspberry Pi 1, 2, or similar → arm

Linux

Other → .tar.gz

OliveTin-date-linux-arm.tar.gz installation instructions

Red Hat, Fedora, etc → .rpm

OliveTin_date_linux_armv7.rpm installation instructions

Debian, Ubuntu → .deb`.rpm`

OliveTin_date_linux_armv7.deb installation instructions

Android → .apk

OliveTin_date_linux_armv7.apk installation instructions

Apple M1, Raspberry Pi 3, 4, or similar → arm64

Linux

Other → .tar.gz

OliveTin-date-linux-amd64.tar.gz installation instructions

Red Hat, Fedora, etc → .rpm

OliveTin_date_linux_arm64.rpm installation instructions

Debian, Ubuntu → .deb `

OliveTin_date_linux_arm64.deb installation instructions

Android → .apk

OliveTin-date_linux_arm64.apk installation instructions

macOS

OliveTin-date-macOS-arm64.tar.gz installation instructions

Running OliveTin as a systemd service on a Linux machine means it can use any program installed on your machine (you don’t have to add programs to a container). This is generally easier to use than a container, but containers can work just fine too with a bit more effort.