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Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
Source code 2012-07-13 0
FreeBSD binaries 2012-01-26 0
Linux binaries 2012-01-24 0
Windows binaries 2012-01-24 0
README.creole 2012-01-29 1.9 kB 0
Totals: 5 Items   1.9 kB

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UNIX users

If you are running Linux or FreeBSD, you can download the compiled binaries - otherwise, download the source and run ./configure followed by make.


If you are running Windows, you can download a compiled package for either Lua or LuaJIT (recommended). You will need to copy the DLL files in your package into the Apache2 'bin' folder.

Other architectures

If you have access to other architectures than the ones listed, and you have sufficient knowledge to compile the binaries, do let me know, and I'll upload your copies of the binaries!


Lua versions

The Lua versions require Lua 5.1 or 5.2 installed on your machine, depending on which package you download.

LuaJIT versions

The LuaJIT versions for Windows come bundled with the LuaJIT library (lua51.dll) for quick installation. For UNIX, you will have to install LuaJIT yourself using your local package manager.


To install mod_plua, simply copy the compiled .so file to your apache module folder, typically /usr/lib/apache2/modules. For configuration, please see the Setting up mod_plua wiki page.

Source: README.creole, updated 2012-01-29

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