FreeM Logo

 

Supported platforms.

FreeM has proved itself to be quite portable, having no dependencies on a particular CPU endianness, and being a straight character-by-character interpreter. We will continue to produce as many ports as possible, as time permits.

FreeM is currently known to run on 9 operating systems across 7 CPU architectures:

Current Port Status

Operating System OS Version CPU Architecture Maintainer
Current Ports
Debian GNU/Linux 10 amd64 John Willis
Ubuntu GNU/Linux 19.10 amd64 John Willis
Ubuntu GNU/Linux 18.04 s390x John Willis
Raspbian GNU/Linux 10 armv6l John Willis
Solaris 11.3 sparc64 (sun4v) John Willis
SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 i386 John Willis
NetBSD 9.0 amd64 John Willis
FreeBSD 12.1 amd64 John Willis
OpenBSD 6.6 amd64 John Willis
Debian GNU/Hurd HURD 0.9 i386 John Willis
Mac OS X 10.14 amd64 John Willis
IBM AIX 5.1L ppc John Willis
Ports Under Investigation
Tru64 UNIX ? Alpha John Willis
AmigaOS + ixemul.library 2.0+ m68k John Willis
Future Ports
Mac OS X 10.3+ PPC John Willis
SGI IRIX 6.5 MIPS John Willis
HP-UX 11.0 HP PA-RISC John Willis
Microsoft Windows (Cygwin) ? amd64 John Willis
OpenVMS 7.3+ VAX, Alpha, Itanium John Willis
BeOS 5.0+ i386, PPC John Willis
IBM OS/2 Warp + EMX 3+ i386 John Willis