I’m happy to announce the release of our first open beta version of BeerSmith 2 for Linux. This is the first time BeerSmith has been available as a native program on the Linux platform.
The Linux version is initially being released as an open beta for the community in preparation for formal release. The initial version has been compiled for the popular Ubuntu Linux as a 32 bit Intel 386 version, and packaged as a Debian distribution package. Early beta testers have had success with the program on other Debian linux platforms.
You can download the Debian package of BeerSmith 2 here on the main BeerSmith download page.
The Linux version is compatible with our PC and Mac versions of BeerSmith 2 and contains the same feature set. It may be registered by purchasing an activation key like the Mac and PC platforms if you decide to purchase a copy after running the trial.
Thanks to those who provided early beta testing. Please visit this discussion forum thread if you have comments or feedback on this version.
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