1. Download the latest .dmg package from GitHub
  2. Mount the DMG by double-clicking it
  3. Double-click on the LandoInstaller.pkg
  4. Go through the setup workflow
  5. Enter your username and password when prompted


  1. Make sure you are using at least Windows 10 Professional with the latest updates installed.
  2. Download the latest Windows .exe installer from GitHub
  3. Double-click on lando.exe
  4. Go through the setup workflow
  5. Approve various UAC prompts during install


Make sure that Hyper-V is enabled or lando will not work!


  1. Install the Docker Community Edition for your Linux version. Visit for the "quick & easy install" script.(17.06.1-ce or higher)
  2. Download the latest .deb or .rpm package from GitHub
  3. Double-click on the package to launch Software Center
  4. Click the "Install" button and enter your password when prompted

Install from source for other Linux distros

If your Linux distro does not support our .deb or .rpm packages you can install from source


Because each Linux distribution handles things differently, these considerations may or may not apply to you:

  • If your distro uses a docker group, make sure your user is a member of it:

    sudo usermod -aG docker $USER

    You will need to log out for this change to take effect.

  • If your distro uses SystemD, make sure that both docker.service and docker.socket daemons are running.

Bleeding Edge

If you want to roll like a ninja you can install from our development builds or run directly from source. Developments builds are rolled against the latest commit.

Development Builds

We produce development releases for every commit merged into our master branch. These releases are not officially supported but we have made them available to intrepid users who want to try the bleeding edge or are interested in trying out a recent bug fix before an official release is rolled.

NOTE: Releases can take some time to build after we merge in commits. For that reason you might want to check the time of the last commit and if it is within a few hours you might want to hold off a bit before trying the new latest release.

You can also easily verify that the release you downloaded matches the latest commit. All development releases look something like v3.0.0-alpha.1-4-g63b0db0. This means 4 commits after the v3.0.0-alpha.1 tag and with commit hash g63b0db0. You should make sure this commit hash matches or comes before the latest commit.

From Source

To install from source you need to first make sure you've installed the latest stable version of docker for your operating system and that it is using the factory defaults. You will also need the LTS release (6.x) of node.


The latest release of node which includes npm is not compatible with Lando at this time.

On Linux you will also want to download the latest stable docker compose binary, make it executable and place it into /usr/share/lando/bin.

Then do the following:

# Clone the Lando source
git clone

# Install its dependencies
cd lando && npm install

# Optionally set up a symlink
sudo mkdir -p /usr/local/bin
sudo ln -s /absolute/path/to/above/repo/bin/lando.js /usr/local/bin/

# Run lando

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