Reference:GeoGebra Installation

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GeoGebra Graphing Calculator

GeoGebra Geometry

GeoGebra 3D Graphing Calculator

GeoGebra Classic 6

The following offline versions of GeoGebra Classic 6 are available for tablets, laptops and desktops and include the same user interface as www.geogebra.org/classic. This version includes: Graphing, CAS, Geometry, 3D Graphing, Spreadsheet, Probability Calculator and Exam mode.

Windows

Mac

Other GeoGebra Classic 6 versions

Ad Linux: the .deb and .rpm installers will automatically add the official GeoGebra repository to the package management system on the workstation. This will enable automatic update of GeoGebra every time a new version is released. If you want to include GeoGebra in your custom Linux distribution with GeoGebra included, the best way is to add the official GeoGebra repository (http://www.geogebra.net/linux/) to your package management system. The GPG key of the repository is at https://static.geogebra.org/linux/office@geogebra.org.gpg.key - the name of the package is geogebra-math-calculators.

GeoGebra in Exams

Exam Calculator Apps

The GeoGebra Exam Calculator Apps are special apps restricting access to the Internet and other apps during paper and pen exams where students can bring their own device, see our Exam Calculators Tutorial how they work. Please note that our Exam mode is included with our regular GeoGebra Math Calculators also.

Exam Stick

The GeoGebra Exam Stick is an exam environment which is based on an own operating system running on a USB stick. It allows you to make sure that no Internet and no file access is possible on a laptop for high-stakes exams. Please see our tutorial how to create an exam stick. The exam stick uses Ermine to provide portable GeoGebra Math Calculators.

GeoGebra Classic 5 for Desktop

The good old GeoGebra 5 desktop application with its classic user interface.

Ad Linux: the .deb and .rpm installers will automatically add the official GeoGebra repository to the package management system on the workstation. This will enable automatic update of GeoGebra every time a new version is released. Note that the portable version will not automatically update. If you want to include GeoGebra in your custom Linux distribution with GeoGebra included, the best way is to add the official GeoGebra repository (http://www.geogebra.net/linux/) to your package management system. The GPG key of the repository is at https://static.geogebra.org/linux/office@geogebra.org.gpg.key - the name of the package is geogebra5. This will conflict with the earlier versions (4.0, 4.2 and 4.4), which are named geogebra (and geogebra44 for 4.4) and should be deleted first.

Supported devices and Troubleshooting

Please check the Supported devices page for further information about running GeoGebra on different devices, have a look at the FAQ for more information and visit the forum for support.

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