There are multiple ways of downloading and installing OpenLava. Users can download the free pre-packaged RPM or DEB files from Teraproc (recommended), download a source code tarball, or clone OpenLava directly from the GitHub repository.
Downloading the RPM file
To obtain the pre-compiled RPM file, visit Teraproc.com and request the RPM files through the automated download process. Teraproc provides a 100% open-source distribution, but packages it for ease of installation.
Download source tarballs
Tarball for latest version of OpenLava can be downloaded at the links below:
OpenLava 3.2.beta1 is available now for sites interested in beta testing.
Obtain the sources from GitHub
OpenLava source code is also available on GitHub.
git clone git://github.com/openlava/openlava.git