The latest calcurse release is 4.3.0.
You can download the source by clicking the links below. The source version
must be compiled and has been successfully tested on Arch Linux, Debian and
OpenBSD, but should work on any kind of UNIX. Binary packages are provided
further down, and if you have created one on your own, I will add it here.
You can rate calcurse on the project's page at
The signature can be verified with
Lukas's GnuPG key:
pub rsa4096 2011-10-12 [SC]
2E36 D862 0221 482F C45C B7F2 A917 6475 9326 B440
uid [ unknown] Lukas Fleischer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
uid [ unknown] Lukas Fleischer (calcurse) <email@example.com>
uid [ unknown] Lukas Fleischer (Arch Linux) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
sub rsa4096 2011-10-12 [E]
Those packages comes with no warranty. To be sure to have the latest version,
it is recommended to download the source package instead.
calcurse is part of the OpenBSD ports collection, it is available at
calcurse is part of the FreeBSD ports collection, it is available at
calcurse is available on NetBSD, thanks to the pkgsrc.se package
calcurse is part of the official Debian distribution, and you can find
packages in testing and unstable distribution for many different
alpha, amd64, arm, hppa, hurd-i386, i386, ia64, kfreebsd-i386, m68k,
mips, mipsel, powerpc, s390, sparc.
calcurse for Arch Linux is available from the Arch Linux [community]
You can get the Slackware package from SlackBuilds.org.
Mac OS X, OpenDarwin, Darwin:
calcurse is available on the Darwin OS family, thanks to the
calcurse is part of the Ubuntu distribution. You can find packages for
three different architectures:
amd64, i386, powerpc.
calcurse is available on Crux Linux, and can be obtained from the site
calcurse is available on the Gentoo distribution, and can be found as a
portage ebuild package.
calcurse was built for different versions of the Fedora distribution. More
information is available from the link above.