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The Container Streaming Platform®

Streaming containerized apps and desktops to end-users. The Workspaces platform provides enterprise-class orchestration, data loss prevention, and web streaming technology to enable the delivery of containerized workloads to your browser.

Installation Requirements


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Supported Operating Systems

  • Ubuntu 18.04 / 20.04 / 22.04 (amd64/arm64)
  • Debian 10 / 11 / 12 (amd64/arm64)
  • CentOS 7 / 8 / 9 (amd64/arm64)
  • Oracle Linux 7 / 8 / 9 (amd64/arm64)
  • Raspberry Pi OS (Debian) 10 / 11 / 12 (arm64)
  • Other

Resource Requirements

  • CPU: 2 Cores
  • Memory: 4GB
  • Storage: 50GB


This is the minimum requirement to run the Kasm services and Agent. You will need more space to download additional workspaces. It is recommened to have more resources available for sessions


Installation Guide

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  1. On Proxmox, create a new container utilizing the latest Debian release
  2. Update everything with apt and install curl
    apt update && apt upgrade -y; apt autoclean -y; apt autoremove -y; apt install -y curl
  3. Copy and paste the following into the terminal. While you wait for it to build and boot, update your firewall rules.

    cd /tmp
    curl -O
    tar -xf kasm_release_1.14.0.3a7abb.tar.gz
    kasm_release/ --accept-eula 


    Check the documentation to get the latest release. They do not use a "latest" tag to download the tar.


    The install will only show the passwords once. Ensure you get a screen capture of the passwords so you can log in.

  4. The whole application will be available after you see the passwords. Open the URL in a web-browser. You should see the Kasm Workspaces login screen. Login as admin@kasm.local.

  5. Enable 2FA
    1. Navigate to Access Management -> Groups
    2. Click Edit on the All Users group
    3. Click the Settings tab
    4. Click the Add Settings Button
    5. Add enable_totp_two_factor
    6. Log out and then back in to enable the code generation