Click your username at the bottom of the main menu to download the CLI installer depending on the operating system.
Run the installer application depending on your operating system. See Operating System Support for more information.
On Mac OS X, the installer prompts you to enter administrator credentials. If you do not have administrator privileges, you can click Cancel; the installer prompts you to manually update your
PATHinstead. Click Ignore to continue the installation process, then add
export PATH="$PATH:/Applications/domino"(assuming the default installation folder) to your
In a command prompt, type
domino login https://<<your-domino-url>>;.
When asked for your login information, use the username and password for your Domino account.
You should see something like this:
$ domino login https://app.dominodatalab.com # or the url of your domino deployment Enter your Domino username or email address > username Enter your password (typing will be hidden) >
Congrats, you’re all set! Check out the CLI reference for documentation about using the CLI.
The Domino CLI does not work on headless Linux machines. You must have a GUI-based Linux environment for the Linux based CLI to work.
There are two versions of Domino CLI for Windows, one bundled with a 32-bit JRE and another with a 64-bit JRE. The 32-bit version is deprecated and not recommended for use.
On Mac OS X, root privileges are required. If you do not enter administrator credentials during the installer process, you can configure them by adding
export PATH="$PATH:/Applications/domino"(assuming the default installation folder) to