The latest stable release of a supported Linux distribution is recommended for an Evergreen installation. For Ubuntu, please use the 16.04 64-bit LTS (long term support) Server release.
Currently the latest release from the Evergreen 3.4 series is recommended for new installations and stable releases are suggested for production systems.
Note: Evergreen servers and staff clients must match. For example, if you are running server version 3.1.0, you should use version 3.1.0 of the staff client. Evergreen 3.2.0+ no longer supports a separate client by default, but building a client remains as an unsupported option.
|3.6 Series||3.5 Series||3.4 Series|
|Release Notes||Release Notes||Release Notes||Release Notes|
|Tabular release notes summary|
|Evergreen Installation||Install Instructions||Install Instructions||Install Instructions|
|OpenSRF Software||3.2.1 (md5)||3.2.1 (md5)||3.2.1 (md5)|
|Server Software||Source (md5)||Source (md5)||Source (md5)|
|Web Staff Client Extension (“Hatch”)||Windows Hatch Installer 0.3.2 (md5) – Installation Instructions (Windows & Linux)|
|Git Repository||Git Location||Git Location||Git Location|
Staff Client Archive
Windows Staff Clients for slightly older stable releases (2.11, 2.10).
For Mac and Linux
Evergreen 2.8.3 Mac Staff Client [.dmg]
Evergreen 2.9.0 Mac Staff Client [.dmg]
Evergreen 2.12.0 Mac Staff Client [.zip]
Evergreen 3.0.0 Mac Staff Client [.zip]
Pre-built MAC staff client for Evergreen 2.10 and 2.8 – Provided by SITKA
You can also download an Evergreen staff client and point it at the Evergreen demo or development server (see the community servers page for details).
Please report any Evergreen bugs/wishlist on Launchpad.
To submit a vulnerability please email your report to email@example.com.
Older versions of Evergreen software are available from the Evergreen Code Museum.
A Gitweb instance sits atop the Git repositories for Evergreen and OpenSRF. You can find both repositories at git.evergreen-ils.org. Here is the running change log for the Evergreen code repository: watch us work.
Trac sends code commits to two public Evergreen mailing lists: