You need to download it from here.
Unarchive the povlinux-3.6.tgz in your user home folder.
Let’s install it. Press U and select /home/YOUR-USER/.povray. See the output.
Your choice (R/U, default: abort): U
Please specify the base directory you want to install it.
This directory has to be writable from this user account.
You will probably want to specify a location in your home
directory (like /home/YOUR-USER/usr):
directory name: /home/YOUR-USER/.povray
As you see the YOUR-USER is your user.
Now, edit the config file to working with arbaro:
$ nano ~/.povray/3.6/povray.conf
Make these settings:
[File I/O Security]
none ; all read and write operations on files are allowed.
read+write* = "/home/YOUR-USER/arbaro/arbaro/pov/"
Anyway, seam the pov can be used. I set the arbaro folder to render a png image.
arbaro_cmd.jar arbaro.jar build.xml COPYING doc pov README src test trees
Download it from here.
Extract the files and folders into arbaro folder.
Use this command to run it.
$ java -jar arbaro.jar
As I told you: if the rendered image is not shown in the pov then set the render into the arbaro folder.
All the settings of the object tree can be made from the left panel.
Next, we can see some images from arbaro.