Latest stable / long term support release: 2023.02.1

Latest release candidate: 2023.05-rc2

This and earlier releases (and their PGP signatures) can always be downloaded from
Source code

The buildroot repository can be browsed online through cgit at To grab a copy of the repository use

Or if you're behind a firewall blocking git:

Please use the native git protocol if at all possible, as it's a lot more efficient than HTTP.

If you are not already familiar with using Git, we recommend you visit the Git website.

Once you've checked out a copy of the source tree, you can update your source tree at any time so it is in sync with the latest and greatest by entering your buildroot directory and running the command:

git pull
Because you've only been granted anonymous access to the tree, you won't be able to push your changes to the repo. Changes can instead be submitted for inclusion by posting them to the buildroot mailing list.
You can also obtain daily snapshots of the latest Buildroot source tree if you want to follow development, but cannot or do not wish to use Git.

Older versions can be downloaded from the release archive.