Download source code distribution (stable)

Thank you for your interest in SageMath! You can get the complete source for SageMath to compile it on your own Linux, macOS, or Cygwin system. SageMath lives in an isolated directory and does not interfere with your surrounding system. It ships together with everything necessary to develop SageMath, the source code and all its standard dependencies.
The newest stable release is 10.3.
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Consider downloading via Torrent using BitTorrent web-seed files! This automatically balances and parallelizes the download across all servers, makes it resumable, and the checksum is automatically verified. This gives you maximum speed and protection against corrupt/malicious data. Either install a libtorrent based client like Deluge, Transmission (default in many Linux distributions), Vuze, or Aria2 for the command-line. (Install Aria2 via sudo apt-get install aria2 and then $ aria2c http://...*.torrent). Sage web-seed files.
Please read the README and the installation guide for more details, which also provides information on the installation prerequisites.

See also Release Tour for version 10.3 and the changelog.

You can browse the main Sage repository on GitHub. The SageMath organization on GitHub also hosts a number of other repositories.

Sage also makes use of numerous other open source software packages, which are maintained separately.

Other SageMath downloads

Installation guide: What/how to download
Source (stable)
Source (devel)
To get the source of the latest development release, choose a download mirror and follow relevant instructions on the mirror page.
Apple macOS
Download macOS binaries (3-manifolds)
Microsoft Windows
Download Windows binaries (sage-windows)
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