WebVM is a Linux virtual machine running in the browser.

WebVM is a serverless virtual environment that runs entirely client-side in HTML5/WebAssembly. It is designed to be compatible with the Linux ABI. It runs an unmodified Debian distribution, including many native development toolchains.

WebVM is powered by the CheerpX virtualization engine and enables secure, sandboxed client-side execution of x86 binaries on any browser. CheerpX includes an x86-to-WebAssembly JIT compiler, a virtual block-based filesystem, and a Linux syscall emulator.

  • access https://webvm.io
  • Click “Tailscale Login” in the upper right corner
  • Login to Tailscale (create an account if you don’t have one)
  • If you want to access the public internet, you need an exit node.seehereLearn how to set it up.If you only want to access one machine in the Tailscale network, you don’t need
  • Depending on network speed, there may be a short wait for the Tailscale Wasm module to download
  • Login with Tailscale credentials
  • Go back to the WebVM tab and you will see your IP address in the upper right corner
  • Start firing network requests!
  • Add at the end of the URL#authKey=<your-key>
  • Done, no more manual login

It is recommended to use ephemeral keys.

  • Add at the end of the URL #controlUrl=<your-control-url>
  • You can use this option with authKey and & In conjunction with: #controlUrl=<url>&authKey=<key>
  • Put the index.html and tinycore.html in CX_VERSION Replace with a valid version of CheerpX.The latest version can be found at https://webvm.io turn up
  • Run nginx -p. -c nginx.conf in the root of the WebVM directory.Then you can use the http://localhost:8081 Find the WebVM

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