Snapshots of Kexi aka nightly builds.


So called Nightly builds listed here:

These are distribution-independent Flatpak repositories. How to use Flatpak is documented at

Short Flatpak How To

flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists kde
  • (one time) to install stable version of KEXI:
flatpak install kde org.kde.kexi-stable
  • (one time) to install experimental (development) version of KEXI:
flatpak install kde org.kde.kexi
  • to run KEXI (either version, you can make a shortcut or script for easy use):
flatpak --filesystem=$HOME run org.kde.kexi-stable
flatpak --filesystem=$HOME run org.kde.kexi

(--filesystem=$HOME gives KEXI access to your home folder, use --filesystem=/ to give access everywhere; without --filesystem KEXI will be run securely without access to your files)

  • To update KEXI (either version, no need to uninstall first):
flatpak update kde org.kde.kexi-stable
flatpak update kde org.kde.kexi
  • or update all installed Flatpak apps (so KEXI is updated too):
flatpak update
  • to uninstall KEXI (either version):
flatpak uninstall kde org.kde.kexi
flatpak uninstall kde org.kde.kexi-stable
You can use any Flatpak front end app such as "Discover" KDE app to add repository, install apps and perform updates:


So called Nightly builds. Pick one of them:

In the Last Successful Artifacts section of the above pages click either:

  • kexi-*******.7z for a 7z archive and when it downloads just uncompress it (using 7-Zip program) to your folder of choice and run kexi-***.exe program.
  • or kexi-*******.exe installer and when it downloads run it and let the installer guide you.


  • You can uncompress as many versions of KEXI from the 7z archive at the same time as you want.
  • You can install as many minor versions of KEXI using the installer as you want, e.g. 3.2, 3.3, 3.4...


To be announced. Ask us about availability.


No longer supported, at least for now.

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