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Installation of the Epinio CLI

The epinio cli can be used to interact with a cluster that has Epinio installed on it. Application developers shouldn't need to access the cluster directly. Requests to the Epinio API server are authenticated with Basic Auth. No direct access to the cluster is required (e.g. through kubectl).

From Homebrew (Linux and Mac)

Epinio has its own formula available in the homebrew/core tap.

brew install epinio

Alternatively, if you want to get the latest Epinio CLI faster, there is a custom tap you can use:

brew tap epinio/tap
brew install epinio/tap/epinio

From the Binary Releases

Find the latest version at Releases.

Linux

curl -o epinio -L https://github.com/epinio/epinio/releases/download/v1.2.0/epinio-linux-x86_64

MacOS

curl -o epinio -L https://github.com/epinio/epinio/releases/download/v1.2.0/epinio-darwin-x86_64

Windows

 curl -LO https://github.com/epinio/epinio/releases/download/v1.2.0/epinio-windows-x86_64.zip

Extract the zip archive and put the binary in a directory that is in your PATH environment variable. Instructions on how to add directories to the PATH vary depending on your version of Windows.

Make the Binary Executable (Linux and Mac)

chmod +x epinio

Move the binary to your PATH

sudo mv ./epinio /usr/local/bin/epinio

Verify the Installation

Run e.g. epinio version to test the successful installation.

> epinio version
Epinio Version: v1.2.0
Go Version: go1.18