Installation on Linux
How to install Keeper Commander on Linux

Supported Operating systems:

  • Ubuntu (Current release and latest LTS release)
  • CentOS (Current)
  • RedHat (Current)

Video Overview

Watch the video below to learn how to install and log in to Keeper Commander.
Keeper Commander – Installing and Logging In

Pre-requisites

  1. 1.
    Install Python 3.x
  2. 2.
    Install Package installer for Python

Instructions

Installing Python:

‌Based on your distribution, follow the instructions to install Python 3.x, typical installation commands are listed below.
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$ sudo apt install python3
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$ yum install -y python3
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Also ensure the "Package installer for Python" is installed (you may need to run an apt-get update first):
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$ sudo apt install python3-pip
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$ sudo yum install python3-pip
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Next, upgrade pip3 to the latest version using the command:
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$ sudo pip3 install --upgrade pip
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Validate Python is correctly installed by checking the installed version from a terminal window:
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$ pip3 --version
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Next, install Keeper Commander using pip3:
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$ pip3 install keepercommander
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Once installed, ensure you have the latest version by upgrading Commander:
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$ pip3 install --upgrade keepercommander
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Please validate all updates in your test environment as commands and functionality is under rapid development.
Now you can launch the keeper shell using command:
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$ keeper shell
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You should see:
You do not need to select a server, you can simply type "login" to begin the login process.
Note, for your first time logging into a new device or a new location, you may have to perform device authorization through email or other 2FA methods.