A release candidate for 2.86 is now available to fix some security issues (in particular, the ability to download the users.db file, and run scripts through the log file). You can download this, or a security patch for 2.85, from the snapshots page.
Latest Distribution (2.85)Release Notes
The main Greenstone download, suitible for most users. Includes everything you need to create and host Greenstone collections.
Latest Source Distribution (2.85)Release Notes
The Source Distribution is a complete source distribution of Greenstone. The Sourcecode Top-up is used to add the source code to a binary distribution of Greenstone (above).
Nightly Release Snapshots
Every night, Greenstone snapshot releases are automatically generated for Windows, Linux, and Mac. They are made available at our snapshots page.
The GLI Client for Greenstone versions 2.85 and 2.84 is included in the Greenstone installer. To use it, you would install Greenstone itself.
For those using the older Greenstone 2.83 release, you can download a separate package containing just the GLI client. This is a stand-alone GLI program that enables you to build collections on a remote server, without having Greenstone installed locally.
Greenstone3 is a complete reimplementation of Greenstone, which does everything Greenstone2 does plus more. It is available for download at the Greenstone3 Homepage page.
Please see the older distributions wiki page.
Greenstone collections whose "about" page describes how they are constructed; see here for details.
Tutorial exercises to teach you about many aspects of Greenstone, see here for details.
Packages of material prepared for one-day, three-day and four-day Greenstone workshops; see here for details.