The latest release is 0.10 (“Bellingham”), released 2018-05-02.
Or, using the latest code from git:
$ cd $GOPATH/src $ git clone https://perkeep.googlesource.com/perkeep perkeep.org
If you have downloaded one of the binary archives (for Darwin, Linux, or Windows), skip this section.
Build Perkeep by making sure you git cloned it to a directory named
perkeep.org” and that directory is in the right place in your
$GOPATH. If you haven’t set
$GOPATH explicitly, then Go uses
$HOME/go by default, which means your
perkeep.org directory should
$HOME/go/src/perkeep.org. Then from that
$ go run make.go
Once you’ve successfully built the Perkeep components, you can run the server with:
This will create configuration and public/private
key information in
$HOME/.config/perkeep/ (or where
pk env configdir points). You can start and stop perkeepd as
you see fit.
You’re done setting up! Running perkeepd should open a new browser window pointed at your keep where you can start uploading and interacting with data.
Developers typically use the
./bin/devcam wrapper to isolate their
test environment from their production instance and to simplify common
development tasks. If you have questions, you can ask the mailing
We are also starting to provide packages for Synology appliances.
Previous release notes:
- 0.10 (“Bellingham”), 2018-05-02
- 0.9 (“Astrakhan”), 2015-12-30
- 0.8 (“Tokyo”), 2014-08-03
- 0.7 (“Brussels”), 2014-02-27
- 0.6 (“Cannon Beach”), 2013-12-25
- 0.5 (“Castletownbere”), 2013-09-21
- 0.4 (“Oyens”), 2013-08-26
- 0.3 (“Glebe”), 2013-07-28
- 0.2 (“Portland”), 2013-06-22
- 0.1 (“Grenoble”), 2013-06-11