Minimum supported client version
Linux v1.0.21 or later is required for Service and headless mode support.
Headless mode requires a Service Key
See the Services documentation for information on how to create a Service account and Service Keys.
Twingate's existing Linux Client may be used in either interactive mode or headless mode.
- Interactive mode is the default mode and is documented in our Linux Client documentation. The same platform support and installation instructions apply.
- Headless mode is accessed by passing a
--headlessparameter to the
twingate setupcommand with the path to a valid Service Key specified. The Service Key is obtained from the Service configuration in the Twingate Admin console.
- The Linux Client is installed by following the existing installation process.
- Configure the Linux Client in headless mode by running the
twingate setupcommand with the
curl https://binaries.twingate.com/client/linux/install.sh | sudo bash sudo twingate setup --headless /path/to/service_key.json
Additional command line parameters, including the ability to set the default log level, are available. More information is available by running
twingate help setup.
# Start the client sudo twingate start # Check client status twingate status # Stop the client sudo twingate stop
The Linux Client runs as a
systemd service with logs retrievable via
# Retrieve recent client logs sudo journalctl -u twingate --since "1 hour ago"
Updated 4 months ago