MakeHuman 1.0.2 released for Suse 12.3, 13.1 and Fedora 19,20

The Makehuman team is proud to announce that Makehuman 1.0.2 packages are now available for both Suse and Fedora.

Thanks to Arvind Pinto, we have expanded our automatic building system, and now MakeHuman is hosted on the Opensuse server too, ready to be easily installed with Zypper or Yum.
Now OpenSuse and Fedora users can  enjoy the features of their respective package managers, and receive notifications  and updates each time a new version is available.

Installation instructions for Suse 12.3/13.1

NOTE: You will  be asked to trust the GPG key on first adding the repository for your distribution.

1) Add the repository for Makehuman using the below command:

For Suse 12.3:

zypper ar http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Aiena/openSUSE_12.3/ MakeHuman

For Suse 13.1:

zypper ar http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Aiena/openSUSE_13.1/ MakeHuman

2) Install makehuman using the below command.

zypper in MakeHuman

Installation instructions for fedora 19/20

1) Add the fedora repository for 19/20 with the command below.

For fedora 19:

yum-config-manager --add-repo http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Aiena/Fedora_19/home:Aiena.repo

For fedora 20:

yum-config-manager --add-repo http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Aiena/Fedora_20/home:Aiena.repo

2) Install the MakeHuman package:

yum install makehuman

(These packages have been tested but if you find some bugs please report them in the bugtracker

MakeHuman 1.0.2 is ready!!

Dear friends, MakeHuman 1.0.2 has finally arrived! Many weeks of testing and fixing issues, have gone into this new more stable version in the MakeHuman 1.0 series.

Windows (zip package): makehuman-1.0.2-win32.zip

Linux (deb package): makehuman-1.0.2-all.deb

Mac OS X (dmg file): makehuman-1.0.2-osx.dmg

Python source (zip package): source snapshot from bitbucket

Some of the fixes  are listed below:

Downloads down

EDIT: should be up now.

It seems Tuxfamily are having hardware problems, which means all our binaries are unreachable.

As a background, we have a huge network load caused by downloads (after 1.0.0 was released, the load was 1.8 terabyte the first night). Because of this we've had to outsource the hosting of large binaries to a third part, in this case Tuxfamily.

At this point we have no more information about when things will be available again.

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