See also Initial Postgres Configuration.
Glom is supplied with some examples.
- Ubuntu Linux: Add the Openismus Ubuntu repository and then install "glom" from the Synaptic Package Manager or apt-get. Unfortunately, Ubuntu's official Glom packages are not up-to-date so they contain significant bugs.
- Fedora Linux: As of FC5 it is in Fedora Extras, so you can install with "yum install glom". See the Fedora package status page for Glom (List of open bugs).
- Gentoo Linux: David King provides up-to-date ebuilds for Glom and dependencies. Simply create a new portage overlay and clone David’s git overlay (git://github.com/amigadave/overlay.git). Keyword the necessary packages and start emerge glom.
- Mandriva Linux: Glom has been added to the 'contrib' repository of Cooker. Cooker users may install it with urpmi or rpmdrake. It will be available in future Mandriva Linux stable releases starting with Mandriva Linux 2007.1.
- Slackware Linux: Provided by the GNOMESlackBuild Project. Package available for Slackware 13.0.
- Slackware64 Linux: Provided by the GNOMESlackBuild Project. Package available for Slackware64 13.0.
- Frugalware Linux: Glom package is available in the -current repository on Frugalware. Glom can be installed using pacman-g2 or Gfpm. Package Details for Glom
Official packages should soon be available for other mainstream Linux distros.
An installer for Windows is available.
Maemo (For instance, the Nokia N900)
An initial client-only version of Glom for Maemo is in the extras-devel repository. It has a much simpler UI than the full version.
You can download the Glom source code from here.
- libgdamm 4 (using libgda with support for PostgreSQL)
- Python >=2.2
- PyGda (previously in gnome-python-extras)