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Version: 1.22.0

Conda Package Registry

Publish Conda packages for your user or organization.


To work with the Conda package registry, you need to use conda.

Configuring the package registry

To register the package registry and provide credentials, edit your .condarc file:

ownerThe owner of the package.

See the official documentation for explanations of the individual settings.

If you need to provide credentials, you may embed them as part of the channel url (

Publish a package

To publish a package, perform a HTTP PUT operation with the package content in the request body.

ownerThe owner of the package.
channelThe channel of the package. (optional)
filenameThe name of the file.

Example request using HTTP Basic authentication:

curl --user your_username:your_password_or_token \
--upload-file path/to/package-1.0.conda \

If you are using 2FA or OAuth use a personal access token instead of the password.

You cannot publish a package if a package of the same name and version already exists. You must delete the existing package first.

The server responds with the following HTTP Status codes.

HTTP Status CodeMeaning
201 CreatedThe package has been published.
400 Bad RequestThe package is invalid.
409 ConflictA package file with the same combination of parameters exists already.

Install a package

To install a package from the package registry, execute one of the following commands:

conda install {package_name}
conda install {package_name}={package_version}
conda install -c {channel} {package_name}
package_nameThe package name.
package_versionThe package version.
channelThe channel of the package. (optional)