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Installing CouchDB on Your Favorite Linux?

I am seeing lots of tutorials on how to install CouchDB on your favorite flavor of Linux, so I was wondering if this is a complex thing to get going? Or is it more about trying out the latest versions?

As far as I know getting CouchDB on Mac OS is just a matter of downloading it from ☞ CouchDBX. And there’s also the ☞ Homebrew way. Pretty similar experience for ☞ Windows.

So I thought I should ask if you’d find it useful to put together a list of tutorials on how to install uptodate versions of CouchDB on each of these OSes? In case the answer is yes, then please submit your preferred tutorial through a comment. Thanks!