Hazel runs on your web server, not on your home computer. What you run on your desktop is of no consequence to Hazel, and you can use any configuration to setup and design your catalog.
Versions of Hazel for the platforms listed below are Teir 1. They are included in our automated build process and are preferred systems. The Hazel and HAM binaries are regularly updated as new features are added and bugs are fixed.
- Linux 2.6 (x86)
- Linux 2.6 (x86_64)
- FreeBSD 7 (x86)
- FreeBSD 7 (x86_64)
- Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (x86_64)
Versions of Hazel for the platforms listed below are Teir 2. These systems are still tested and new releases are made infrequently as critical bugs are discovered. New releases can be created on request.
- FreeBSD 6 (x86)
- Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (x86)
- Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (PPC)
- Solaris (SPARC)
Versions of Hazel for the platforms listed below are Teir 3. Binaries for the following platforms are not built, but there may be recent builds available on our webserver or in the updates section of our FTP site.
- FreeBSD 4 and 5 (x86)
- Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger (PPC)
- OSF (Alpha, AKA "Digital Unix" AKA "Tru64")
- SCO Openserver Release 5.0.x / SCO OSR5 Product Family
- Microsoft Windows Servers (x86)
If your operating system is not listed above and not available on our FTP site, contact us at email@example.com. Hazel is written in standards-compliant `C' and is thus very easy to port, given access to a development machine of the desired platform.
Changes are frequently made to Hazel in response to customer input and hazel-talk discussion. The binaries we compile with new features and fixes can be downloaded from our updates directory below. While these aren't as well-tested as the release builds, they are generally quite stable (sometimes moreso) and offer features conceived since the last release version.
The easiest way to update your Hazel binary is from inside the HAM. Go to the Updates tab to download new Hazel and HAM binaries. (Hazel 4.146+) Otherwise you can download updated binaries from the link below.
Update Binaries: http://hazel.netsville.com/WebUps/cgi-bin/
Significant changes to each Hazel version are tracked in her Changelog at the address below.