SRecord 1.64
Files for Download

There are several ways you can obtain the software, as either source code or pre-compiled binaries.


The Master Sources

The following files are available for download from this web site:

File Name Description
srecord-1.64.README The README file from the tar distribution.
change_log.txt The release notes describing the changes in this version.
srecord-1.64.lsm Brief description in LSM format.
srecord-1.64.spec RedHat package manager specification file (RPM)
srecord-1.64.tar.gz The complete source.
srecord-1.64.pdf SRecord Reference Manual, in Adobe Acrobat format.


SourceForge Downloads

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Ubuntu Packages

If you use Ubuntu Linux, there are pre-built packages available for installation using the normal sudo apt-get install method, from this package archive (PPA).

Instructions are available there for how to manually add the PPA to your /etc/apt/sources.list file, but the following commands are sufficient on recent versions of Ubuntu:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pmiller-opensource/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install srecord

If you already have the PPA installed but not the srecord package, this link apt:srecord should do the install.


Debian Packages

The SRecord Debian packages are maintained by Fathi Boudra <>. The Debian packages are available at

Aegis Repo

SRecord is developed using Aegis, a transaction based software configuration management system. The Aegis repository for this project is available.


Pre-compiled Windows Executables

See the download mirrors for pre-compiled windows executables. They tend to be less up-to-date than the Ubuntu binaries, see here for how to build up-to-date binaries yourself.

SRecord is maintained by Scott Finneran <> and is freely distributable under the terms and conditions of the GNU GPL. There is more Software by Peter Miller at his home page. Logo This page is hosted by SourceForge.
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