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Download for macOS

Get Next for macOS!

To install Next for macOS, simply mount the DMG, copy Next.app to your applications folder and get started!

Note: Next is not currently signed, so Mac users may have a popup saying "Next can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer." If the popup lacks a "proceed anyway" option, close it then right click Next.app and click "Open." Upon lauching again, the popup will have an option to proceed opening the application anyways. Please make sure to kill any Zombie instances before attempting to restart the application.

You can find the documentation available here. If you need support, please find us on #next-browser on the IRC Freenode network, or open up an issue on our GitHub page.

Download for GNU/Linux

Get Next for GNU/Linux!

SHA-256 checksum:

c4f8e868f6ed2cbfda93cd132b6deb710eb4e3122a369908afe4d2e60bde1760

This is a complete bundle that includes all the recursive dependencies and requires nothing but a recent-enough Linux kernel, hence its rather big size! As soon as you download Next for Linux, extract the archive (you need lzip) and execute ./usr/local/bin/next to get started!

The archive does not have to be extracted to the filesystem root (/). If it is extracted locally, there is a requirement though: this pack relies on the "user namespace" feature of the Linux kernel, which allows unprivileged users to change root folder. This feature must be turned on (if not already) with:

# sysctl -w kernel.unprivileged_userns_clone=1
Depending on your kernel compilation options, you might have to issue the following instead:
# echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/userns_restrict
Refer to your distribution for more help.

You can produce this Guix pack yourself with

$ guix pack --relocatable --no-grafts --compression=lzip --symlink=/usr/local/bin/next=bin/next sbcl-next
which should yield:
5c9hvqpisqsbq1wjvc6dk7phnclipwm4-tarball-pack.tar.lz
on the Guix commit:
da19696ec6be8a9f2f448994e82c3093526e0ea9

You can find the documentation available here. If you need support, please find us on #next-browser on the IRC Freenode network, or open up an issue on our GitHub page.

Download Source

The latest source is available from https://source.atlas.engineer/view/repository/next where you an clone it with Git.

You can also find a mirror of our repository on GitHub.

You can find the documentation available here. If you need support, please find us on #next-browser on the IRC Freenode network, or open up an issue on our GitHub page.