Command line installer of the Julia Language.
Julia light installer for Linux.
On Linux, the best way to install Julia is to use the Generic Linux Binaries. And while all Linux users love manually downloading, unpacking, and linking their software, this script does it for you.
sudo bash -ci "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/abelsiqueira/jill/master/jill.sh)"
Sudo is optional. If you prefer to not use it, make sure to add
Either download the jill.sh script, e.g.
curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/abelsiqueira/jill/master/jill.sh > jill.sh
or clone the full repo (for instance, if you had SSL issues as in #32):
git clone https://github.com/abelsiqueira/jill
You can use the script via
bash jill.shor make it executable using
chmod a+x jill.sh. We'll use the former version here.
bash jill.sh [options]
If no options are given, this will install the latest stable Julia. The .tar.gz and unpacked folder will be kept on the environment variable
JULIA_DOWNLOAD, and the
juliaexecutable will be linked in
By default, we use
JULIA_INSTALL=/usr/local/binif you have root permission (e.g. called with
The following options are avaiable:
-h, --help: Show a help.
--lts: Install the Long Term Support version (Currently 1.0.5).
--rc: Install the latest release candidate (uses
jqto query the versions from julialang.org).
-u OLD, --upgrade OLD: Copy the environment from OLD version.
-v VER, --version VER: Install julia version VER. Valid examples: 1.5.4, 1.5-latest, 1.5.0-rc1.
-y, --yes, --no-confirm: Skip confirmation.
This script is licensed under the GNU GPLv3 (see LICENSE.md). This dosn't affect your Julia usage at all.