Feeling brave? Don't mind reporting bugs? Enjoy giving feedback? Then we'd love you to take a sneak peak at the (unfinished work in progress) next version of Mu. These are unsigned installers:
If you're using Mu at EuroPython's beginners' day, this is the version you should install.
There are many ways to install Mu. The simplest is to download the official
installer for Windows or Mac OSX. If you find you cannot install Mu because the
computer you are using is locked down, you should try out PortaMu: a method of
running Mu from a pendrive on Windows or OSX. You can also use
pip tool. Some Linux distributions come with Mu packaged
already (and you should use your OS’s package manager to install it). Finally,
if you’re on Raspbian (the version of Linux for Raspberry Pi) you can install
Mu as a package.
If you’re a developer, you can find the source code on GitHub.
On Linux, in order for Mu to work with the MicroPython based devices
you need to ensure you add yourself to the correct permissions group
uucp groups). Also make
sure that your distribution automatically mounts flash devices, or make
sure to mount them manually.