Latest Version: GRAMPS 2.0.8 (September 2005)
GRAMPS is a genealogy program for Linux and other UNIX-like systems. The GRAMPS name stands for Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System. GRAMPS currently runs on Linux, BSD, and Solaris. For more information about getting GRAMPS, see the download page.
- Slackware (10.1) and SUSE (9.2/9.3) specific builds are available as well as a “generic” version for most other Linux distributions (a Debian package is available through the normal channels apparently). Packages for Fedora Core 3 and Mandrake are also available.
How-to: Installing GRAMPS on SUSE 9.2 at the SUSE Wiki (susewiki.org)
Guide to recording UK Census Information with GRAMPS
Novell: Cool Solutions/Cool Tool – July 2005