Download

Official packages

Source tarball: hiawatha-9.14.tar.gz
MacOS X package: hiawatha-9.14.dmg (Intel binaries only)
Windows package: hiawatha-9.14.zip (compiled via Cygwin)
Hiawatha Monitor: monitor-1.3.tar.gz (information page)

Read the Changelog to see what's new. You can browse the source via GitHub.

To verify if the new version of Hiawatha understands the configuration of your currently installed version, use './hiawatha -k' after compilation. The version number of the latest release can be found here. You can use it for automated update checking. For update notifications, subscribe to the Hiawatha newsletter.

Hiawatha was designed for Unix. The fact that a Windows package is available, is because it was so easy to build it with Cygwin. I've never fully tested the impact that Cygwin or Windows has on Hiawatha, so don't use the Windows version for production websites unless you've tested it yourself. Interesting to know is that I've had several e-mails from users who stated that the Windows version of Hiawatha works very well. Nevertheless, use at your own risk!

License

The Hiawatha webserver is distributed under the GPL license version 2.

Unoffical packages / ports

Packages maintained by Chris Wadge.

Debian package https://files.tuxhelp.org/hiawatha/ (direct download)
http://mirror.tuxhelp.org/debian/ (repository - US)
http://apt.sparkz.no/debian/ (repository - NO)

The security of the packages / ports below has not been verified. Use at your own risk.

ArchLinux port https://www.archlinux.org/packages/hiawatha
CentOS packages http://anku.ecualinux.com/
Fedora packages http://repo.hiawatha.be/
FreeBSD port http://www.freshports.org/www/hiawatha
Gentoo portage http://packages.gentoo.org/package/www-servers/hiawatha
OpenBSD port http://openports.se/www/hiawatha
OpenSUSE packages http://software.opensuse.org/package/hiawatha
OpenWRT port https://dev.openwrt.org/browser/packages/net/hiawatha
Raspbian https://files.intermezzo.net/hiawatha_raspi/
Slackware http://slackbuilds.org/result/?search=hiawatha&sv=

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