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Download and Install tako

Table of Contents

1) PyPI Package
2) AUR Package
3) Manual Install
    3.1) Download
    3.2) Install
4) Setting tako as Default Shell

1) PyPI Package

tako can be installed via pip:
$ sudo pip3 install takoshell

2) AUR Package

If you are on Arch Linux, there are two packages in the AUR:

3) Manual Install

You can also, of course, install tako manually.

3.1) Download

Current Release
The current release is version 0.1.2. You can download it here:
tar.gz, zip.
"Bleeding Edge" Versions
Development is carried out on Gitlab.com. You can download a zip or a gzipped tarball of the current development snapshot from there, or you can clone the underlying git repository with:
$ git clone https://gitlab.com/adqm/tako.git
If you have SSH keys registered with Gitlab, you can clone via SSH instead:
$ git clone git@gitlab.com:adqm/tako.git
Old Releases
None yet!

3.2) Install

Once you have a downloaded a copy, you can untar it and install it by running the following commands:
$ tar xvfz takoshell-0.1.2.tar.gz
$ cd takoshell-0.1.2
$ sudo python3 setup.py install

tako has no dependencies other than Python 3.4+. Once you have tako installed, you can try it out by running:

$ tako

4) Setting tako as Default Shell

If you want to set tako as your default shell, you can do so with the following commands (from Bash):

$ (echo `which tako` | sudo tee -a /etc/shells); sudo chsh -s `which tako` `whoami | awk '{print $1}'`


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The web site is available online at https://takoshell.org, or as a Tor "onion service" at http://takoezpr7wxrc7d6.onion.

The source code for the web site is available on Gitlab.com.