For Linux and Unix, we generally recommend that you compile Daisy from source. The source is available at github, and you will also need cxsparse and boost. The two later might be available prepacked for your distribution. The magic command to build is "make linux", but you may have to fiffle a bit with the Makefile for it to work.
However, binary packages are occasionally created, and listed below. They may or may not work for other configurations. New packages are created when the need arises.
- Daisy 6.32 for Linux
- Daisy 6.25 for Linux
- Daisy 6.22 for Linux
- Daisy 6.09 or Ubuntu 18.04 (x86.64)
- Daisy 5.88 for Ubuntu 18.04 (x86.64)
- Daisy 5.82 for Ubuntu 18.04 (x86.64) build under Windows 10 .
- Daisy 5.77 for Ubuntu 18.04 (x86.64) build under Windows 10 .
- Daisy 5.64 for Ubuntu 16.04 (x86-64) build under Windows 10.
- Daisy 5.59. Made for Ubuntu 17.10 (x86-64)
- Daisy 5.32. Made for Ubuntu 16.10 (x86-64)
- Daisy 5.31. Made for Ubuntu 16.10 (x86-64)
- Daisy 5.28. Made for Ubuntu 16.04 (x86-64)
- Daisy 5.23. Made for Ubuntu 15.10 (x86-64)
Daisy will be installed under /op/daisy, with the binary in /opt/daisy/bin/daisy.
You can run Daisy from a terminal window, vim, Emacs, or another editor. If you use Emacs, lisp-mode will work well for .dai files.