Offen is currently distributed in two ways: packaged as a single binary file for Linux, MacOS and Windows or as a Docker image. The most recent release is available here, Docker images are hosted on Docker Hub.
The latest binary tarball can be downloaded from
curl -sSL https://get.offen.dev -o offen.tar.gz
On Docker Hub,
latest will give you the last release:
docker pull offen/offen:latest
For Ubuntu and Debian, we also provide a
deb package you can download:
curl -sSL https://get.offen.dev/deb -o offen.deb
- Release channels
- Downloading binary files
- Verifying the binaries’ signatures
- Pulling the Docker image
- Building Offen for architectures other than
Both for binaries and Docker images you can use one of these channels to pick your download:
In case you want to deploy Offen, this channel is what you are most likely going to use. When ready, we cut official releases and tag them with a version identifier (e.g.
v0.1.0). These releases are immutable and will never change, so both a download and the Docker image are guaranteed to provide the exact same build every time.
stable channel gives you the most recent build from the
master branch of our repository. These are usually stable and ready to use. Be aware that there is not necessarily an upgrade path in between
stable versions. Only binaries and Docker images are available for this channel.
development channel gives you the most recent build from the
development branch of our repository. This is likely to contain things that are not production ready or bring other kinds of caveats. Only binaries and Docker images are available for this channel. You probably should not use this unless you are participating in the development of Offen.
https://get.offen.dev will give you a tarball containing the most recent tagged release. If you specify a version or channel like
https://get.offen.dev/v0.1.0-alpha.8 you will download that specific version.
# most recent release curl -sSL https://get.offen.dev # most recent build from the development channel curl -sSL https://get.offen.dev/development # build for v0.4.3 curl -sSL https://get.offen.dev/v0.4.3
The archive file currently contains the binaries for all supported operating systems, so no matter which OS you are targeting, you will always download the same file.
To prevent unwanted modifications of our releases, we sign all binaries using GPG and include the signature in our distribution. You can run the following commands to verify the integrity of your download:
curl https://keybase.io/hioffen/pgp_keys.asc | gpg --import gpg --verify offen-linux-amd64.asc offen-linux-amd64
Debian packages are also signed:
curl https://keybase.io/hioffen/pgp_keys.asc | gpg --import dpkg-sig --verify offen.deb
Docker images are available as
offen/offen on Docker Hub. Tagged releases are available under the respective tag (e.g.
development channel are available as image tags as well. As per Docker convention
latest maps to the latest tagged release.
# v0.4.3 release docker pull offen/offen:v0.4.3 # stable channel docker pull offen/offen:stable
While our version tags on Docker Hub are immutable and will always return the same build, it is important to note that
latest will be updated on a rolling basis. If you deploy Offen using Docker, make sure to use a version tag or pin your image’s revision.
We currently also offer “Click-To-Deploy” packages for the following hosting providers:
If you use YunoHost to self-host your applications, you can install our packaged Offen app to get Offen up and running:
$ sudo yunohost app install https://github.com/offen/offen_ynh
Current distributions of Offen target
amd64 architectures only. If you want to run Offen on different hardware (e.g. Raspberry Pi), it is trivial to build a binary for your target OS and platform yourself. Assuming you have Docker and
make installed, you can build the latest version like this (the example targets Linux on ARM v8):
git clone email@example.com:offen/offen.git cd offen git checkout v0.4.3 TARGETS=linux/arm64 make build
Once finished, the
bin folder contains your binary of choice. Currently supported architectures are all architectures supported by xgo:
Supported operating systems are: