• for production for debian servers - use bintray repository github release (recommend)
  • locally or non-debian server - download binary and run
  • for quick tests or for limited production - use docker image


Download the latest release.

Install your distribution:

Note: debian repository currently unavailable, but DEB fiels are still available in GitHub releases. We are looking for the replacement.

  • standard (basic templates supported): sudo apt install ./trusted-cgi_0.3.7_linux_amd64.deb
  • minimal (actions will not work): sudo apt install --no-install-recommends ./trusted-cgi_0.3.7_linux_amd64.deb
  • maximum (all pre-made templates available): sudo apt install ./trusted-cgi_0.3.7_linux_amd64.deb php-cli nodejs npm

Of course, you may install required packages later.

Inspect configuration file in /etc/trusted-cgi/trusted-cgi.env.

After any change in configuration file restart service: sudo systemctl restart trusted-cgi

By-default, the service will be available over with credentials admin/admin


Notice: due to docker nature it is impossible to make restrictions by IP.

  • Pull image: docker pull reddec/trusted-cgi
  • Run for test docker run --rm -p 3434:3434 reddec/trusted-cgi

There are several exposed parameters (see Dockerfile), however, data stored in /data and initial admin password is admin (change it!).

The docker image contains pre-installed python3 (+requests), node js (+axios) and php to let experiment with default functions.

There is light (around 8MB) docker image: reddec/trusted-cgi:latest-light. It contains only minimal set of pre-installed packages and could be useful to run pre-compiled binary functions or shell lambdas. Or to use as a base image.

From source


  • go 1.13+

Command: go get -v -u

It will install both: trusted-cgi and control tool cgi-ctl.

See ‘install from binary section’ for the usage.


Download suitable pre-compiled binary from releases

Unpack archives to the PATH directory (ex: /usr/local/bin).

Use trusted-cgi --help to see help.