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Latest version: 0.9.4
Prosody is available for all of the major operating systems. Be sure to check out the release notes, especially if upgrading from a previous release.
Select a package for your system from the list, or download the source:
Debian and Ubuntu
Binary packages are available for all current Debian and Ubuntu releases. To install the version of Prosody available in your distribution's official repositories, simply run:
sudo apt-get install prosody
To keep up to date with the latest (and greatest!) Prosody releases, we recommend that you also add our repository, as distributions may lag behind the latest version a bit.
From Fedora 16 onwards Prosody is available to install via
yum, simply run as root:
yum install prosody
This should also work for RHEL 6 (and derivatives) after enabling the EPEL repository.
Arch Linux packages for Prosody are available in their repositories.
Follow installation instructions to install and configure the package.
A Windows installer is also available. Simply double-click the downloaded file to begin setup.
Or you can download this zipped version.
Packages supporting Windows XP and 2003 coming in an updated package soon. The 0.9 nightlies already have support.
Also, some addons are available. These are zip files which can be extracted in the Prosody installation directory:
Mac OS X
brew install https://prosody.im/files/homebrew/prosody.rb
Since this a relatively new script, feel free to report any issues or feedback to Tobias in the chatroom or mailing list.
Prosody is available for the various BSD flavours:
Prosody source archives for each release are available here.
Please note that while the latest source may contain new and exciting features, it is not always stable and production ready. If you find any anomalies please submit your bug reports or bug fixes after reading the instructions here.
Nightly builds are available for all active branches, see Prosody nightly builds for more information. Currently the builds only have packages for Debian and Ubuntu.