# Installation

# Linux

For Linux, we recommend installing the Unikube CLI via pip.

# 1. Install pip

If you haven't already set up pip, please follow their installation instructions (opens new window).

# 2. Install Unikube CLI

pip install unikube

To install the latest pre-release use the --pre flag:

pip install --upgrade unikube --pre

The Unikube cli is developed for and tested with Python 3.8 and 3.9.


Python 2 is not supported. Therefore, depending on your local python installation, you may need to use pip3.

# Mac

For Mac, we recommend installing the Unikube CLI via Homebrew. However, you can also use pip as described below:

# Windows


# Installation from Source

You can download the source code as zip or tar archive from the Github release page (opens new window).

# Version

After the installation is complete, you can verify your installation and check the installed version. Open up a new shell and run:

unikube version

Now you can get started by logging in into your account. You don’t have an Unikube account? Register at unikube.io (opens new window)! Or use these test credentials (without creating your own account) to try it out:

User: sandbox@unikube.io Password: #4kEMU8aPm