Installation from pip

If you are familiar with Python, we recommend installing Open Interpreter via pip

pip install open-interpreter

You’ll need Python 3.10 or 3.11. Run python --version to check yours.

It is recommended to install Open Interpreter in a virtual environment.

Install optional dependencies from pip

Open Interpreter has optional dependencies for different capabilities

Local Mode dependencies

pip install open-interpreter[local]

OS Mode dependencies

pip install open-interpreter[os]

Safe Mode dependencies

pip install open-interpreter[safe]

Server dependencies

pip install open-interpreter[server]

Experimental one-line installers

To try our experimental installers, open your Terminal with admin privileges (click here to learn how), then paste the following commands:

curl -sL | bash

These installers will attempt to download Python, set up an environment, and install Open Interpreter for you.

No Installation

If configuring your computer environment is challenging, you can press the , key on the GitHub page to create a codespace. After a moment, you’ll receive a cloud virtual machine environment pre-installed with open-interpreter. You can then start interacting with it directly and freely confirm its execution of system commands without worrying about damaging the system.