Golden Cheetah is available in binary form for
Fedora (RPMs), Mac OS X (Universal Intel binary), and Windows.
It is also available as source code.
Golden Cheetah downloads data from all versions of the PowerTap
computer including the new Joule GPS. Previously you needed to have the
FTDI USB Drivers installed if you were using the PowerTap USB cradle
(as opposed to the older, serial cable). This should not be necessary.
If you are having problems then you can manually install the
FTDI USB driver.
On Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, Golden Cheetah also downloads from the SRM PCV. On Mac
OS X, you'll need to install the
open source PL2303 driver to download from an SRM. Please see the
PCV on Mac OS X for further information.
Download Current Production Release - Version 3.0.2
This is a bug fix release with a few new features.
Installation is simple. Download the file for your operating system.
On Mac, open the DMG and drag and drop where you would like to install.
For Windows, run the Installer and follow the prompts.
For Fedora, install as root (yum install filename.rpm) or using sudo (sudo yum install filename.rpm).
There is a Manual
and a FAQ that
you can use to help you use the program.
There is the older Version 2.1.0 User's Guide on how to install
and use Golden Cheetah that can assist also.
You can also view the release notes for 3.0.2
or download older releases of Golden Cheetah.
Download Release Candidate - Version 3.1.0 RC2
This is the second release candidate for the code that will become Version 3.1.0.
Mac OSX and Windows versions can be downloaded from: GitHub Release
The following Google Groups post
has feedback on this release candidate version. Please have a read as it will tell you any issues currently known with
Gareth Coco has also made
regular development builds
available. These binaries are based on the latest source code, so they may have
more features and less (but sometime more) bugs than the stable release above.
The Golden Cheetah source code is available via git. See the
Developer's Guide for more information.
You can also browse
the source on github.