You may download here the Web release of Capsis.
Most recent installer: capsis-setup-web-release-2dec2020.jar
This copy only contains the free/open source components of the platform, including these models: Abial, Fagacees, ModisPinaster, Mountain, twoe, Genloader, Organon (Organon is only available under Windows and java 32 bits) and Salem. More details on the Projects page.
This Capsis web release is made available for evaluation.
If you would like to evaluate a particular model which is not distributed here, you may contact directly the author of the model (see the Projects page).
To integrate your own model in Capsis, you may ask to join the project.
Note: if you encounter problems during the installation, have a look at the detailled installation page.
To check the correct version of Java is installed and available, open a Terminal and check the answer to this command (must answer java 1.8.x)
# type this command java -version # you should get this kind of answer (note the "1.8.x") java version "1.8.0_101" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_101-b13) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.101-b13, mixed mode)
You may also look in the java 1.8 download archives.
Run the installer (capsis-setup-X.jar) by double clicking on it and follow the install instructions. If double clicking on a .jar file does not launch the installer on your system, open a terminal, change to the install directory and type
java -jar capsis-setup-file-name.jar
Under Windows Vista, you must install in a directory where you have write privileges (for instance Documents).
Use one of the shortcuts the installer added.