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Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based systems

多くのLinuxディストリビューションはUbuntuをベースにしており、そのリポジトリを共有しています。 公式の変種(Kubuntu、Lubuntu、Xubuntu)に加えて、Linux Mint、Voyagerなどの公式ディストリビューションはありません。 以下のインストールオプションは、これらのシステムと互換性があります。

Official Ubuntu repository

FreeCADはVersion 9.04移行のUbuntuリポジトリから利用することができ、ソフトウェアセンターまたは以下のコマンドでインストールできます:

sudo apt install freecad

しかし、この安定版は時代遅れで、最新の機能はない可能性があります。 最後のリリース版を入手するには、PPAを使用してください。

Stable PPA with GUI


sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freecad-maintainers/freecad-daily
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install freecad

You need to add to your system's Software Sources the following PPA. To do that navigate to Ubuntu Software Centre → Edit → Software Sources → Other Software. Click on add and copy and past the code below:

  • Add the source, close the dialog, and reload your software sources, if asked.

Refresh your software sources, if asked. Now, you can find and install the last stable FreeCAD version on the Ubuntu Software Center.

Stable PPA with console


sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freecad-maintainers/freecad-dev
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install freecad


sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freecad-maintainers/freecad-stable

Don't forget to retrieve the updated the package lists:

sudo apt update

Then, install FreeCAD along with the documentation:

sudo apt install freecad freecad-doc

Note: due to packaging problems, in certain versions of Ubuntu the freecad-doc package has collided with the installation of FreeCAD or one of its dependencies; if this is the case, remove the freecad-doc package, and only install the freecad package. If the freecad-doc package doesn't exist, then ignore it.

Once you have the stable PPA added to your sources, the freecad package will install this PPA version over the one provided by the Ubuntu Universe repository. You can see the available versions with apt-cache.

apt-cache policy freecad
  Installed: (none)
  Candidate: 2:0.18.4+dfsg1~201911060029~ubuntu18.04.1
  Version table:
     2:0.18.4+dfsg1~201911060029~ubuntu18.04.1 500
        500 bionic/main amd64 Packages
     0.16.6712+dfsg1-1ubuntu2 500
        500 bionic/universe amd64 Packages
ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ apt-cache policy freecad-doc

Execute this command to open the stable version of FreeCAD:


Daily PPA with console

If you want to install the last unstable version of FreeCAD, please use the PPA named "freecad-daily" PPA repository on Launchpad. This way you can access the bleeding edge of FreeCAD development. This PPA is automatically compiled daily from the official FreeCAD's master branch repository. It will usually contain numerous bug fixes and feature updates.

This version is compiled daily from the official master repository. Please beware that although it will contain new features and bug fixes, it may also have newer bugs, and be unstable.

For the daily PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freecad-maintainers/freecad-daily
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install freecad-daily

Every day you can update to the latest daily:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install freecad-daily

Note: in some cases new code or dependencies added to FreeCAD will cause packaging errors; if this happens, a daily package may not be generated until the maintainers manually fix the problems. If you wish to continue testing the latest code, you should get the source code and compile FreeCAD directly; for instructions see compiling.

Execute this command to open the daily build of FreeCAD:


Note: it is possible to install both the -stable and -daily packages in the same system. This is useful if you wish to work with a stable version, and still be able to test the latest features in development. Notice that the executable for the daily version is freecad-daily, but for the stable version it is just freecad.


Debian Lenny以降ではDebianソフトウェアレポジトリーから直接FreeCADが利用可能です。Synapticまたは以下のコマンドでインストールできます:

sudo apt-get install freecad



zypper install FreeCAD

For installing of stable releases, please visit for a survey:

Survey of stable repositories on openSUSE

Generally for selecting the correct openSUSE distribution needed it is necessary to click on the particular view button.

The stable package version of FreeCAD could be found under:

Stable repositories on openSUSE

The correct openSUSE distribution version must be selected in the lower part of the web page.

FreeCAD is typically installed with YAST (abbr. Yet another Setup Tool) the Linux operating system setup and configuration tool, or in any terminal (root rights required) with:

zypper install FreeCAD

This procedure only covers the installation of officially released stable FreeCAD program versions, depending on the installed links to the program package repositories of your OS.

To check out the latest development releases (unstable) you have to visit:

Unstable repositories on openSUSE

It is recommended to grab the binary packages directly. Then select the correct distribution for your installed openSUSE OS.



emerge freecad
emerge freecad


FreeCADはFedora 20以降、公式のFedoraパッケージに含まれています。次のコマンドラインからインストールすることができます:

sudo dnf install freecad

On older Fedora releases, that was:

sudo yum install freecad

The gui packages managers can also be used. Search for "


The official release package version tends to be well behind the FreeCAD releases. Package: freecad shows the versions included in the Fedora repositories over time and versions.

More current versions can be obtained by downloading one of the .AppImage releases from the github repository. These work fine on Fedora.

If you want to keep up with the absolute latest daily builds, FreeCAD is also available on copr. To install the build from there, in a terminal session, enter:

sudo dnf copr enable @freecad/nightly
sudo dnf install freecad

That leaves the copr repository active, so

sudo dnf upgrade

or equivalent, will update to the latest FreeCAD build, along with updates from any of the other active repos. If you want something a bit more stable, you can disable @freecad/nightly again after the initial install. The copr repository only keeps builds from the past 2 weeks. This is not a solution if you want to pick a specific older version.

Instructions are also available on compile FreeCAD yourself, including a script specifically for Fedora. With a minor change, to checkout the specific commit from git, any version since about FreeCAD 0.15 can be built on any distribution since Fedora 21.


Installing FreeCAD on Arch Linux and derivatives (ex. Manjaro):

pacman -S freecad





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まずあなたのシステムに対応した.debをダウンロードします。あなたのシステムにGdebiパッケージがインストールされている場合(通常はされています)、ファイルをダウンロードした場所に移動してファイルをダブルクリックします。必要な依存関係はシステムのパッケージマネージャーが自動で解決してくれます。 またターミナルからインストールすることもできます。ファイルをダウンロードした場所に移動して以下のように入力してください:

sudo dpkg -i Name_of_your_FreeCAD_package.deb
sudo dpkg -i Name_of_your_FreeCAD_package.deb


FreeCADのインストールが済むとStart Menuの"Graphic"セクションにスタートアップアイコンが追加されます。



多くの一般的なLinuxディストリビューションには、標準パッケージの一部としてプリコンパイルされたFreeCADが含まれています。 これは時代遅れですが、始める場所です。 ご使用のシステムの標準パッケージマネージャーを確認してください。 次の(部分)コマンドのリストの1つは、あなたのディストリビューションのための公式バージョンのFreeCADを端末からインストールすることができます。 おそらく管理者権限が必要です。

apt-get install freecad
dnf install freecad
emerge freecad
slackpkg install freecad
yum install freecad
zypper install freecad

The package name is case sensitive, so try `FreeCAD` as well as `freecad`. If that does not work for you, either because your package manager does not have a precompiled FreeCAD version available, or because the available version is too old for your needs, you can try downloading one of the .AppImage

releases from the github repository. These tend to work on most 64 bit linux distributions, without any special installation. Just make sure the downloaded file is marked as executable, then run it.