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What platforms and architectures are supported by Onlime CLI?
What platforms and architectures are supported by Onlime CLI?
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The Onlime command-line client supports the following operating systems and architectures:

Note: Install and download instructions can be found here. If your system don't support our installer packages, you can download the binaries directly from our archive.

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The command-line client has been built for a number of architectures for various Linux distributions running kernel version 2.6.23 or later. We provide binaries for the follow architectures:

  • amd64

  • i386

  • arm64

  • armhf

We provide packaged binaries for the following distributions:

  • deb-based systems, including Debian, Ubuntu and its derivatives

  • rpm-based systems, including Red Hat, Fedora and CentOS


Version 10, 8 and 7. 64-bit versions only. Windows 10 and 8 is 64-bit by default, but Windows 7 can be both 32- and 64-bits. To find out if your Windows 7 is 64-bit, read this Windows support article.


As of version 0.11.47628, Apple Silicon (ARM) macs are supported.

From version 0.13, macOS 10.12 (Sierra) will be required.

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