ELLCC binary releases are available for several development hosts. If you’d prefer to build ELLCC from source, go to Build From Source.

Binary releases are available here:

Generally, you’ll want to download the latest binary release:

Choose the binary distribution that is compatible with your development host, for example ellcc-x86_64-linux-<version>.bz2 will run on a 64 bit X86 Linux host. Once the tarball is downloaded, You can download the release using your browser or with something like this:

[test@main ~]$ wget
--2017-07-20 07:27:39--
Resolving (
Connecting to (||:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 106630189 (102M) [application/x-bzip2]
Saving to: ?ellcc-x86_64-linux-2017-07-16.bz2?

ellcc-x86_64-linux-2017 100%[=============================>] 101.69M  --.-KB/s    in 0.07s   

2017-07-20 07:27:40 (1.38 GB/s) - ?ellcc-x86_64-linux-2017-07-16.bz2? saved [106630189/106630189]

[test@main ~]$

Now just untar the tarball:

[test@main ~]$ tar xfp ellcc-x86_64-linux-2017-07-16.bz2
[test@main ~]$ ls ellcc
bin  ChangeLog  ellcc  lib  libecc  LICENSE.TXT
[test@main ~]$ 

Check out the Installation page to finish the basic install and find out about other installation options.