Installing localportal is a single-command process for all supported operating systems. Just make sure you have curl available, and you’re good to go. We’ve got you covered whether you’re on Mac, Ubuntu/Debian, or Windows (using WSL with Ubuntu/Debian).


Before diving into the installation, ensure that you have the following:

  • curl command-line tool installed


We currently ran and verified localportal on Mac (both Intel & M1), Ubuntu & Debian, and Windows (using WSL with Ubuntu & Debian). Install Localportal by running the following command in your terminal:

curl -L | sh

Once the installation is finished, you can verify that localportal is installed correctly by running:

localportal --version

That’s it! You now have localportal installed and ready to use on your machine.