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="$PATH:/Applications/domino"(assuming the default installation folder) to your
In a command prompt, type
domino login https://<your-domino-url>;.
The system prompts you to authorize using the CLI with Domino.
Paste the following URL in your browser to use
authorizeCLIto get the authentication code.
You might be required to login.
Enter the authorization code provided and press Enter. A message indicates that the login succeeded.
Congrats, you’re all set! Check out the Domino CLI Reference for documentation about using the CLI.
Domino supports recent versions of the following operating systems:
You must have root privileges to run the Domino CLI for macOS.
If you didn’t enter administrator credentials during the installer process, you can add
export PATH="$PATH:/Applications/domino" (assuming the default installation folder) to
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