The second R15 service release

R15B02 Readme File

R15B02 Source File (91.1 MB)

R15B02 Binary File (91.1 MB)

R15B02 Binary 64 File (86.8 MB)

R15B02 Html Documentation File (28.9 MB)

R15B02 Man Pages File (1.2 MB)


  • Dialyzer: The type analysis tool Dialyzer is optimized to be generally faster. - It can now also run in parallel (default) on SMP systems and by this perform the analysis significantly faster (Thanks to Stavros Aronis and Kostis Sagonas)
  • The SSL application now has experimental support for the TLS 1.1 and 1.2 standards as well (Thanks to Andreas Schultz).
  • CommonTest: It is now possible to sort the generated html tables. A Netconf client (ct_netconf) which support basic netconf over ssh is added
  • Diameter: Statistics counters related to Diameter messages can now be retrieved by calling the diameter:service_info/2 function.
  • Various smaller optimizations in the Erlang VM
  • This release also contains 66 contributions from users outside the Ericsson team

Compiling Erlang from source

You can build Erlang from source on your own, following the building and installation instructions. Or use the Kerl script. Kerl is a script that lets you easily build Erlang with a few commands. Follow the instructions to build.

Pre-built Binary Packages

Most OS package managers provide pre-built binary packages. You can also download the latest stable releases from Erlang Solutions. Erlang Solutions provides pre-built binary packages for OS X, Windows, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, CentOS, Raspbian and other operating systems. 

  • For Homebrew on OS X: brew install erlang
  • For MacPorts on OS X: port install erlang
  • For Ubuntu and Debianapt-get install erlang
  • For Fedorayum install erlang
  • For FreeBSDpkg install erlang


Since OTP 18.0, Erlang/OTP is released under Apache License 2.0. The older releases prior to 18.0 were released under Erlang Public License (EPL), a derivative work of the Mozilla Public License (MPL). An English translation of EPL can be found here.

Available releases

PDF files are included in the Windows installer and in the HTML documentation tarballs, starting with the R13B03 release.

There is a file containing MD5 checksums for all files in the download directory, also reachable through rsync