iOne - Desktop Installation Guide

InfinityOne on your macOS, Windows, or Linux desktop is even better than InfinityOne on the web, with a cleaner look, tray/dock integration, native notifications, and support for multiple InfinityOne accounts.

To install the latest stable release, find your operating system below. If you are interested in an early look at the newest features, consider the beta releases.

Installing on macOS

Disk image (recommended)

  • Download InfinityOne-x.x.x.dmg.
  • Open the file, and drag the app into the Applications folder.
  • Done!
  • The app will update automatically to future versions.

Homebrew

If you have Homebrew installed and prefer to use it, here's how:

  • Run the command ' brew cask install infinityone ' in your terminal.
  • Done!
  • Run InfinityOne from Applications.
  • The app will update automatically to future versions (running the command brew upgrade will also work).

Installing on Windows

Installer (recommended)

  • Download and run InfinityOne-Web-Setup-x.x.x.exe.
  • The installer will download and install the app.
  • Done!
  • Run InfinityOne from the Start menu.
  • The app will update automatically to future versions.

Offline installer (for isolated networks)

  • Download infinityone-x.x.x-x64.nsis.7z for 64-bit desktops (common), or infinityone-x.x.x-ia32.nsis.7z for 32-bit (rare).
  • Copy the installer file to the machine you want to install the app on, and run it there.
  • Done!
  • Run InfinityOne from the Start menu.
  • The app will NOT update automatically. You can repeat these steps to upgrade to future versions.

Installing on Linux

apt (recommended for Ubuntu or Debian 8+)

  • Set up the InfinityOne Desktop apt repository and its signing key from a terminal:
    sudo apt-key adv --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv 69AD12704E71A4803DCA3A682424BE5AE9BD10D9 echo "deb https://dl.bintray.com/infinityone/debian/ stable main" | 
    sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/infinityone.list
  • Install the client from a terminal:
    sudo apt update sudo apt install infinityone
  • Done!
  • Run InfinityOne from your app launcher, or with ' infinityone ' from a terminal.
  • The app will be updated automatically to future versions when you do a regular software update on your system, for example:
    sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade.

AppImage (recommended for all other distros)

  • Download InfinityOne-x.x.x-x86_64.AppImage.
  • Make the file executable, with the following command from a terminal:
    chmod a+x InfinityOne-x.x.x-x86_64.AppImage
  • Done!
  • No installer necessary; this file is the InfinityOne app. Run it from your app launcher, or from a terminal.
  • The app will NOT update automatically. You can repeat these steps to upgrade to future versions.

Beta releases

Get a peek at new features before they are released! Be the first to get new features in the InfinityOne desktop app, give feedback to InfinityOne developers and help make each stable release the best it can be.

Installing on macOS, Windows, or Linux with AppImage

Start by finding the latest version marked "Pre-release" on the release list page. Follow the same installation instructions above, except download the pre-release versions of InfinityOne installer or app.

Installing on Linux with apt

Follow the instructions above, except in the step involving ' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/infinityone.list ', write "beta" instead of "stable".

If you already have the stable version installed, edit the file, with this command in a terminal:

sudo sed -i s/stable/beta/ /etc/apt/sources.list.d/infinityone.list

and repeat the next step:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install infinityone