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Hello and welcome to the Pipeboard official repository; here you'll find everything you need to know for installing and find the source code for your own use or installation (respecting the lisence ofcourse) or reporting bugs and contributing. See the about section for more information about the project!


Pipeboard is a web dashboard built with Node, React, JS/TS, PHP and Shell, that alows an enduser (or users, see reseller info) install, configure and manage lots of - traditionally terminal only - programs and applications in one neat interface without touching the command line.†

Behind an idea, there's always a story. - Pipeboard was created initally as an internal tool for web hosting with no cost (unlike cPanel or Plesk), but after some research, finding that many open source/free softwares didn't really complete the job at hand, or were outdated and not user-friendly/unattractive, so Pipeboard was born from that frustration and in an effort to help other developers.

FACT! - Pipeboard was named Pipeboard becuase pipes create things and cardboard boxes hold things. In this case the pipes enpower the apps and the board would be the app's virtual machines/containers.


Right now, Pipeboard can only runs on command line based machine with npm, docker and no port-conflicting programs. For non-command-line desktop machines, please check out Piperunner which is a controller desktop app for running Pipeboard in a window.

TIP! - In the case of desktops with terminal applications; either may be able to be used, with requirements for machines, however it is recommended to use the Piperunner instead as on Macs its harder to navigate the commandline, but it's up to you.

Guide Chart

Platform Version Capacity Compatibility
Ubuntu Any 32x, 64x
RedHat Any 32x, 64x
CentOS Any 32x, 64x
Debian Any 32x, 64x
MacOS Terminal Any 32x, 64x
Windows Terimal Any 32x, 64x
PowerShell Any N/A
Orcale Any 32x, 64x
ClearOS Any N/A


Now that you've checked that your system is suported above, you can move forward with your install. If your a beginner installing Pipeboard, please read our detailed guide, Getting Started on the Wiki, which has step-by-step instructions for every platform.

  • Check that your OS is supported.

  • Install Pipeboard through NPM or directly from the repo.

    npm install pipeboard
    # OR
    wget https://github.com/Pipeboard/Pipeboard.git
    unzip pipeboard-master.zip
    cd pipeboard-master
  • Unpack and check download and files.

    pipeboard check
    npm install
    pipeboard update #you can skip if installing an old version
  • Setup your Pipeboard with pipeboard setup.

  • Run Pipeboard in demo mode to catch any errors.

    pipeboard run
  • Put on a docker, optionally.

  • Confirm your Pipeboard installation is running and head to localhost (or pipeboard.dev if you already enabled the DNS engine.) to setup the panel.

  • Setup docked engines and modules.

  • Have fun with Pipeboard and make the web your oyster! :)


Version 0.1.1
Unusable, Unfinished

Npm Registry - https://npm.com/package/pipeboard-0.1.1
JS Delivr - https://jsdelivr.com/package/npm/pipeboard-0.1.1
Openbase.io - https://openbase.io/js/pipeboard-0.1.1
Github - https://github.com/Pipeboard/Pipeboard/releases/tag/v0.1.1


Nothing here, just yet... :)


Nothing here, just yet... :)


Nothing here, just yet... :)


Name Username Role
Nathanna @nathannaofficia) Lead Developer & Creator


Pipeboard and all official resources are lisenced under CC0-1.0 or "Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal". Please see the LISENCE file for details.


Website - https://pipeboard.org
Github - https://github.com/Pipeboard
Twitter - https://twitter.com/PipeboardProject
Facebook - https://facebook.com/Pipeboard-105017771541767

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