- mosquitto-1.5.tar.gz (319kB) (GPG signature)
- mosquitto-1.4.15.tar.gz (via Eclipse)
- Git source code repository (github.com)
Older downloads are available at http://mosquitto.org/files/
- mosquitto-1.4.15a-install-win32.exe (~200 kB) (Native build, Windows Vista and up, built with Visual Studio Community 2015)
- mosquitto-1.4.15-install-cygwin.exe (~200 kB) (Cygwin build, Windows XP and up)
See the readme-windows.txt after installing for Windows specific details and dependencies.
Mosquitto can be installed from the homebrew project. See brew.sh and then use
brew install mosquitto
- Mosquitto can be found in the community repository.
Download the repository config file for your CentOS version from below and copy it to /etc/yum.repos.d/ You'll now be able to install and keep mosquitto up to date using the normal package management tools.
- Mosquitto is now in Debian proper. There will be a short delay between a new release and it appearing in Debian as part of the normal Debian procedures.
- There are also Debian repositories provided by the mosquitto project, as described at http://mosquitto.org/2013/01/mosquitto-debian-repository>
Mosquitto is now available from Fedora directly. Use
yum install mosquitto, or search for "mosquitto" to find the related packages.
Mosquitto is available for FreeBSD: http://www.freshports.org/net/mosquitto/
Download the repository config file for your openSUSE version from below and copy it to /etc/zypp/repos.d/ You'll now be able to install and keep mosquitto up to date using the normal package management tools.
The available packages are: mosquitto, mosquitto-clients, libmosquitto1, libmosquitto-devel, libmosquittopp1, libmosquittopp-devel, python-mosquitto.
- [openSUSE 13.2]http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/oojah:/mqtt/openSUSE_13.2/home:oojah:mqtt.repo)
- [openSUSE 13.1]http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/oojah:/mqtt/openSUSE_13.1/home:oojah:mqtt.repo)
If you're using a trunk snapshot use
opkg update; opkg install mosquitto
Karl Palsson maintains a set of feeds that may be more up to date than the current OpenWrt version:
Mosquitto is available through the main repository.
There are also Debian repositories provided by the mosquitto project, as described at http://mosquitto.org/2013/01/mosquitto-debian-repository/
Redhat Enterprise Linux
Download the repository config file for your RHEL version from below and copy it to /etc/yum.repos.d/ You'll now be able to install and keep mosquitto up to date using the normal package management tools.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Add the appropriate repository to your package config from the list below, then install mosquitto from your normal package management tools.
Mosquitto is available in the Ubuntu repositories so you can install as with any other package. If you are on an earlier version of Ubuntu or want a more recent version of mosquitto, add the mosquitto-dev PPA to your repositories list - see the link for details. mosquitto can then be installed from your package manager.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mosquitto-dev/mosquitto-ppa
sudo apt-get update
If the command
apt-add-repository is not recognised, it can be installed with:
sudo apt-get install python-software-properties
You can use libmosquitto (included in the source download) on the iPhone to build MQTT apps. It compiles as objective-c, or you can use the marquette project which is an objective-c wrapper and example app.