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tpi command-line tool

This is a tool to control your Turing Pi board. It can be used from within the BMC (for example, via SSH) or outside, like your personal computer. In the latter case, it will try to connect to your board at the default hostname of turingpi.local unless --host is specified. For more information and usage, see --help.


tpi binaries can be downloaded from various channels depending on which OS you are running. Choose one of the following:

pre build

prebuild binaries can be downloaded from the following URL: https://firmware.turingpi.com/tpi

We have binaries for Windows, Mac and Linux


Add turing-machines debian repository to your sources.list once:

deb https://firmware.turingpi.com/tpi/debian ./ >> /etc/apt/sources.list
sudo apt-get update

You can now install the tpi package with command:

sudo apt-get install tpi


Rust users can install from source using the following command:

cargo install tpi

Arch User Repository (AUR)

The package is available in the AUR. Use your favourite AUR helper to install:

e.g. with yay:

yay -S tpi

getting Master

The GitHub action runner builds Windows, Linux and macOS packages on every commit to master. Take a look at the artifacts of any workflow runs to download them.


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