Download .deb or .rpm binary (depending on your platform) or universal AppImage
Install the file
On Debian, Ubuntu and other Debian-based distros use
sudo dpkg -i maptiler-server-x.x.x.deb
On RedHat/Fedora/... use
sudo rpm -i maptiler-server-x.x.x.rpm
For AppImage, allow the package to execute in Properties or via
chmod u+x maptiler-server-X.X.X-linux.AppImagecommand. Continue the installation by double-clicking on the file.
You can now run the MapTiler Server using the following command:
The MapTiler Server will start in the current directory. A randomly generated password for the administration interface will be generated and printed in the command line. Use this password to sign in at http://localhost:3650/admin where you can also change the password to something else.
You can also specify a different working directory (using a
--workDir option), change the default port (
--port), and set the administration password to a specific value (
maptiler-server --help to see all the available options.
Running as a
Part of the Linux installation package is a script for optionally installing MapTiler Server as a
maptiler-server-servicify to start the interactive installation, which will allow you to specify the desired root directory, network port, and administration password and it will create the
systemd service specification and start the service.
Production deployment behind Nginx or Apache servers
For production deployment, we recommend running MapTiler Server behind Nginx or Apache servers.
Sign in to the administration and publish your maps
After you finish the installation, you can sign in to the administration and start publishing your maps.
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