These downloads and other information are also available at Earthworm Central
Refer questions to the Earthworm Forum
earthworm_global.d as of 20201028. Please do not make changes to earthworm_global.d. Contact Mitch Withers (mwithers at memphis dot edu) if you need an Installation ID. Note that INST_UNKNOWN may be used for testing but should be avoided if data are exchanged with other installations.
Right click link and "save target as."
Note: Errors may occurr with tar; please use gtar to unpack tar balls.
Winston 1.3.13 repairs a bug in winston released with ew v7.10 where it would work on a system that previously had a Winston running, but not on a new system without a previously operating Winston.
Packages (rpm packages not yet updated to 10.1)
CentOS Redhat 64-bit
Debuginfo CentOS Redhat 64-bit
Centos 6.8 32-bit
Centos 6.8 64-bit
Centos 7 64-bit
Debian 64-bit (not yet updated to 7.10.1)
MacOSX 10 Intel 64-bit
Redhat 8 64-bit
Solaris Intel 32-bit binary tar.gz
Solaris Intel 64-bit binary tar.gz
Ubuntu 18.04 64-bit
Windows 64-bit zip
earthworm v7.9 Solaris Sparc 32-bit binary tar.gz
earthworm 7.9 Solaris Sparc 64-bit binary tar.gz
WARNING: memphis test set may give bus errors for some modules (wave_serverV and scn2scnl) using these 64-bit sparc binaries.
Earthworm v7.10.1 development was funded in part by USGS and ISTI.
Memphis Test Set zip
Memphis Test Seed seed volume
Note also the plethora of Linux flavors prevent us from providing binaries for all of them--or even most of them. So there's only Centos and Ubuntu. If you need something else, please get the source and compile.
Version 7.10 download
Version 7.9 download
Version 7.8 download
Version 7.7.1 download
Version 7.6 download
Version 7.5 download
Version 7.4 download
Version 7.3 download
Version 7.2 download
Version 7.1 download
Version 7.0 download
Version 6.3 download
Version 6.2 download (last release with tested interactive, aka quick review).
In 2005, ISTI took on the lead roll in software development and user support of Earthworm.
EARTHWORM development team was formerly headed by Alex Bittenbinder
and coordinated by Barbara
Bogaert; both with the U.S.
Survey. Advice and assistance with EARTHWORM
development is provided by members of the the Earthworm Community.