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Welcome to SEPP

On this site we publish the OETIKER+PARTNER fork of SEPP.

SEPP is the Software Deployment System which was developed by Tobias Oetiker (which is working for OETIKER+PARTNER AG). Initially SEPP was developed and used at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.


SEPP is freely available under the GNU Public License (GPL 2 or later).

Learning SEPP

If you want know more about SEPP, make sure to read the SEPP Documentation (little bit outdated).

Or take a look at the SEPP paper presented at LISA'98 in Boston.

And just in case you wonder, SEPP really works! Check out package list.

Getting SEPP

To install SEPP on your own system you need two things:

  • The latest stable version (1.5.x) of the SEPP package or a checkout of the SEPP subversion directory
  • Unpack the sepp distribution in a subdirectory (in the default case called '/usr/sepp')

Get both Packages here.

If you are using SEPP, please make sure you Subscribe to the SEPP mailinglist by sending an email with the subject "subscribe" to sepp-request@…. There is an archive of past list activitiy. Who is using SEPP outside ETH Zurich

  • Bernafon AG, Switzerland, 20 Solaris 8 / Solaris 9 / Debian
  • Oticon (Copenhagen), 60 Solaris / RedHat? / Debian
  • SONY Network and Software Technology Center Europe and SONY Visual Products Europe - Brussels, 200 Solaris 8
  • Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland, 60 Solaris 8 (With AFS) and a growing number of Linux Boxes
  • Department of Mathematics and Physics, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University,Denmark, 7 Solaris 8/9
  • Dipartimento di Ingegneria Elettronica Universita` di Roma "Tor Vergata", 20 PC Debian/RedHat?

Please send additions to this list to: ISG.EE Current ETH Package Maintainers and their Signs

ab Adrian von Bidder ak Andreas Karrer as Anton Schultschik am Marco Amrein (mam) aw Andreas Wieland be René Beutler bf Felix Bindschädler bm Beat Mueller bo Anja Boehm ds David Schweikert cl Christian Lukasczyk cr Christian Resnik cs Christian Stoecklin dg David Gunzinger dr Dominik Regli eh Elmar Heeb et Edwin Thaler fe Felix Etter hps Hanspeter Schmid js Jacques Supcik jh Jan Hacker ke Klaus Ethgen lc Corin Lanser ma Matthias Braendli mo Manuel Oetiker mr Marco Reimers mt Milan Tadian mb Martin Berger ol Olivier Bourquin pg Pierre-Alain Genilloud rb Ray Ballisti rp Roman Plessl rs Roya Soleymani Kohler rw Ronald Wakefield sa Simon Alder sd David Schneider sg Sascha Giger sm Simon Moser ss Stephan Scholze st Ruedi Strub sw Stefan Walter tm Tobias Meier to Tobias Oetiker ts Thomas Steingruber vg Victor Götsch vj Volker Peter Jantzen wi Christoph Wicki za Fritz Zaucker

Additions welcome, please send them to ISG.EE. The tools are covered by the GNU General Public License. For other uses please contact us at OETIKER+PARTNER AG.

These tools are made avaible for free and as is. There is no warranty concerning their functionality. We are, however, interested in your feedback, extensions, bug fixes, etc. If you need a feature not currently provided by the tools and don't have the resources to extend them yourself, we can make you an offer for a project to extend them for you.

Good luck! OETIKER+PARTNER AG OP Tools ¶


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