Source, Windows (setup and zip), Linux (Slackware/gtk2) and MacOS X
binary packages are available for download. Win64 port and packages
for various Linux distributions (and maybe FreeBSD) should follow
shortly. This is mostly a bug fix release.
– Support for trusted authentication
– Databases can now be recreated from existing registration info
– Transaction isolation level can now be selected in SQL editor
– Win64 port
– Allowed deleting from system tables (ex. to stop queries via
As usual, it also has a lot of bugfixes and minor enhancements
Here is the original tutorial that I follow and in my howto I only post modification/tips needed for running RoR on Firebird
Migrations don’t work yet with RoR and Firebird but you can use Flamerobin for creating tables by hand 😉
Phillippe Makowski tested Firebird 2.1.2 and flamerobin on Mips64 , seems that qmtest ran all OK , So i guess it can be stamped as an good port
Here is the package and here is the message.Thank you all for finishing this sync request.
So now we have latest stable versions for Firebird and Flamerobin in the next Ubuntu release 9.04 (Jaunty Jack)
23.09.2008 – A new release is out. It brings new features like Firebird 2.1 support, tabbed browsing, etc. Windows, Linux and Mac OS X binaries and source code package are available for download. Here are the details.
This link is for firebird nomination
This link is for flamerobin nomination
Last year Firebird was double winner of SourceForget Community Awards!
Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04 is released with firebird2.0 and flamerobin included in their repository
Here is an easy guide for installing firebird2.0 and then follow the flamerobin 0.8.6 guide
ps: soon there will be an firebird2.1 package for ubuntu created (it wasn’t possible to include it in this short period of time after release)
Flamerobin 0.8.6 is now accepted in the official ubuntu 8.04 hardy repository
here is the distro list where flamerobin 0.8.6 is included