If you run Sid (the Debian unstable release), you can install Regina from the usual Debian servers like any other package:
example$ aptitude install regina-normal
Sid always ships with the latest version of Regina (though it may take a day or two for new versions to appear on your Debian mirror).
If you are a C++ programmer and you wish to build Regina into your own projects, you will also want the package regina-normal-dev.
If you want the MPI-enabled utilities for use on high-performance clusters, you will want the package regina-normal-mpi.
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