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This provides a walkthrough to install Antelope software using pre-built binaries and a download from source repository located at the bottom of the page for experienced developers.

Prebuilt Binaries

Prebuilt Antelope software packages are available for the operating systems below. Find and follow the instructions for your OS:

Supported Operating Systems


  • macOS (Mojave)
  • macOS (Catalina)
  • macOS (Monterey)


  • Amazon Linux 2
  • CentOS Linux 8.x
  • CentOS Linux 7.x
  • Ubuntu 20.04
  • Ubuntu 18.04

Install Antelop Binaries

Mac OS X:

Mac OS X Brew Install

brew tap eosio/eosio
brew install eosio

Note: On MacOS 10.15 (Catalina), there is a chance to face the linking error below which prevents successful installation of Antelope:

Reinstalling 1 broken dependent from source:

The following Homebrew commands will resolve this issue:

brew link eosio

Mac OS X Brew Uninstall

brew remove eosio

Ubuntu Linux:

Ubuntu 20.04 Package Install

sudo apt install ./eosio_2.1.0-1-ubuntu-20.04_amd64.deb

Ubuntu 18.04 Package Install

sudo apt install ./eosio_2.1.0-1-ubuntu-18.04_amd64.deb

Ubuntu 16.04 Package Install

sudo apt install ./eosio_2.1.0-1-ubuntu-16.04_amd64.deb

Ubuntu Package Uninstall

sudo apt remove eosio

RPM-based (CentOS, Amazon Linux, etc.):

RPM Package Install CentOS 7

sudo yum install ./eosio-2.1.0-1.el7.x86_64.rpm

RPM Package Install CentOS 8

sudo yum install ./eosio-2.1.0-1.el8.x86_64.rpm

RPM Package Uninstall

sudo yum remove eosio

Uninstall Script

To uninstall the EOSIO built/installed binaries and dependencies, run:


Check if Antelope is installed

cleos version client

output: - v2.1.0

Now its time to build on Telos using the Antelope platform head over to get started with Telos Development Wallet creation!

Download From Source Code Install Method #2

For experienced devs and BPs

Clone the EOS repo and its submodules in a local folder.

mkdir -p ~/eosio && cd ~/eosio
git clone --recursive

Update Submodules

cd ~/eosio/eos
git submodule update --init --recursive

Pull Changes

[git checkout <branch>]  (optional)
git pull --recurse-submodules

Build Antelope Binaries

Using shell scripts from source code we downloaded above.

The build script first installs all dependencies and then builds EOSIO. The script supports these Operating Systems. To run it, first change to the ~/eosio/eos folder, then launch the script:

cd ~/eosio/eos

We now have a temporary build binary that is executable

Install Antelope Binaries

Execute install script

cd ~/eosio/eos


Antelope manual install

cd ~/eosio/eos/build
make install

Test Antelope Binaries Validate the software has been installed successfully.

Run test sweet via

cd ~/eosio/eos/build
make test