In this page you find instructions on how to install the software we develop.
Measurement Kit is a network measurement library developed in C++ and specifically designed to run network-performance and network-censorship measurements from mobile devices.
MeasurementKit releases are published on GitHub.
Neubot is a damon that runs in the background and that performs periodic network-performance measurements (HTTP and BitTorrent performance, raw TCP performance, MPEG DASH streaming emulation). Historically the Neubot project only developed the Neubot software, hence the two things have the same name.
The last stable release of Neubot was authored long time ago and is available below. We're currently engineering a new stable release of Neubot that should improve long-term maintenance of the code base.
If you already installed Neubot for MacOS, Windows, or Debian, Neubot should automatically update to the latest version. Otherwise, the latest stable release of Neubot is:
The compressed installer for MacOS requires MacOSX >= 10.6 (Snow Leopard). If you download it, you might also want to read how to install the MacOSX installer.
The package for Debian and Ubuntu depends on Python (>= 2.5 and < 3) and is suitable for all architectures. It should work with Debian (>= 5) and distributions based on Debian, such as Ubuntu (>= 10.04). If you download it, you might also want to read how to install the debian package.
The sources archive is either a compressed tarball or a zip file. If you download it, you might also want to read how to install Neubot from sources. You need to have installed Python >= 2.5 and < 3.0 in order to run Neubot.