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You can find the latest source code release of OpenSAF in the releases section of the file download area. The docs section contains the corresponding Programmer's reference documents for each release.


OpenSAF should compile and run on any modern LSB compliant Linux distribution. If you wish to build and install binary packages, you need an RPM-based distribution such as Fedora or openSUSE.

Minimum required versions for some important parts of the system are:

Note that several important TIPC bugs have been corrected recently, so if you configure OpenSAF to use TIPC for cluster communication then you are recommended to use a much more recent version of the Linux kernel than suggested above.