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SAS download


Instructions

You may proceed directly to download the latest SAS by clicking here. Before being transferred to the ftp download area, you are kindly requested to fill in a short feedback questionaire about what version of SAS you want to download and how you think to use it now and in the future (which Operating System, on what Hardware, etc).

Please fill in carefully the questionnaire. The resulting statistics will help us to make up the future versions of SAS. Thank you.

Table of SAS 9.0.0 builds and supported Operating Systems and Versions

Build onFile to downloadTested to work as well on
Linux Red Hat 9sas_9.0.0-rh9.tgzFedora Core 1 and 2
Linux Red Hat Enterprise (RHEL) 4sas_9.0.0-rhel4.tgzRHEL 5, 5.1 and 5.2
Linux Fedora Core 3 (FC) 3sas_9.0.0-fc3.tgzFedora Core and Fedora up to version 10
Linux SuSE 8.2sas_9.0.0-suse8.2.tgzSuSE and OpenSUSE up to version 11
SunOS 5.8 (Solaris 8)sas_9.0.0-solaris2.8.tgzDoes not work on Solaris 9
SunOS 5.9 (Solaris 9)sas_9.0.0-solaris2.9.tgz-
Mac OS X 10.4.11 (Darwin 8.11.0 or Tiger)sas_9.0.0-darwin8.11.0.tgzBoth Intel and PowerPC
Mac OS X 10.5.7 (Darwin 9.7.0 or Leopard)sas_9.0.0-darwin9.7.0.tgzBoth Intel and PowerPC

SAS 9.0.0 Windows version (VM4SAS9)

Build onFile to downloadtested to work on
Linux CentOS 4.6vm4sas9.zip(2.5 GByte)Virtual Machine running on Microsoft Windows XP and Vista

Full details, requirements, installation and running intructions can be found in here.

The source code

The xmmsas_20090615_1801-common-src.tar.gz contains the complete source code of SAS 9.0.0.


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