Building from source
See developer section documentation for how to build i2pd from source on your OS.
Windows, Android, Mac OS X
The easiest way to install i2pd is by using precompiled binaries. Go to the latest release page and choose a file for your operating system.
You can use our prebuilt docker images.
docker pull purplei2p/i2pd
You can install binary packages from the latest release page.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:purplei2p/i2pd sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install i2pd
Look for Debian packages at the latest release page.
Alternatively, you can install i2pd by using repository run by PurpleI2P community member R4SAS.
Install apt-transport-https package
sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https
Automaticly add repository
wget -q -O - https://repo.i2pd.xyz/.help/add_repo | sudo bash -s -
After that you can install i2pd as any other software package:
apt-get update apt-get install i2pd
Look for more information about Debian repository here.
curl -s https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/supervillain/i2pd/repo/epel-7/supervillain-i2pd-epel-7.repo -o /etc/yum.repos.d/i2pd-epel-7.repo yum install epel-release -y yum install i2pd -y systemctl enable i2pd systemctl start i2pd
dnf copr enable supervillain/i2pd dnf install i2pd -y systemctl enable i2pd systemctl start i2pd
i2pd has a working ebuild in the main gentoo repository. As of May 2018, the ebuild is still listed as "unstable", and thus will request an exception in your package.keywords if you are using gentoo under the "stable" branch. To install i2pd, enter the command:
emerge --ask net-vpn/i2pd
If you use gcc to compile packages and would like to enable cmake's hardening features, use the i2p-hardening flag (recommended). If you intend to use the websocket server, enable the websocket flag.
You can install i2pd from ports.