Do you know of any URLs for PPAs of Google's Go Language?
Here's a PPA for Go. It worked for me, just now, and is maintained with golang versions for 10.04-12.04.
EDIT: unfortunately the Gophers archive is now discontinued (see the PPA description and http://blog.labix.org/2013/06/15/in-flight-deb-packages-of-go), now replaced by a custom binary that can be used to generate Go deb packages from source.
which I maintain trying to keep up with stable updates in official Ubuntu repositories.
I've not been able to find a PPA, but the
Individuals have been working on packaging upstream Go in Debian, see the WNPP bug for more info. You might be able to build a deb from the
I'm not terribly familiar with using
Currently, there is no PPA for the latest upstream version of Go available. To install the current Go version you can use godeb, which automatically installs the latest upstream version as a .deb package:
gccgo has official .deb packages in Debian experimental now.
This should be all you need to compile go code into an executable.
More info and links here:
As latest Ubuntu is usually a pull from experimental, then it should certainly be in 11.04 Natty Narwhal.
If you want roll you own .deb for a previous Ubuntu version, then comment from @lfaraone will get you access to debianized selection of google's own source.
If you want to pull the source direct from Google then there is a recent article by @mirwing telling you how to do that.