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LastPass CLI

(c) 2014-2018 LastPass.

Command line interface to LastPass.com.

Operating System Support

lpass is designed to run on GNU/Linux, Cygwin and Mac OS X.

Dependencies

Installing on Linux

Arch

# from community repository
sudo pacman -S lastpass-cli
# from AUR repository
packer -S lastpass-cli-git

Fedora

  • Packages are available in Fedora 22 and later.
sudo dnf install lastpass-cli

Red Hat/Centos

  • Packages are available in EPEL for RHEL/CentOS 7 and later.
sudo yum install lastpass-cli
  • For older versions: Install the needed build dependencies, and then follow instructions in the 'Building' section.
sudo yum install openssl libcurl libxml2 pinentry xclip openssl-devel libxml2-devel libcurl-devel gcc gcc-c++ make cmake

Debian/Ubuntu

  • Install the needed build dependencies, and then follow instructions in the 'Building' section.

  • For Debian (stable/oldstable) and Ubuntu < 18.04

apt-get --no-install-recommends -yqq install \
  bash-completion \
  build-essential \
  cmake \
  libcurl3  \
  libcurl3-openssl-dev  \
  libssl1.0 \
  libssl1.0-dev \
  libxml2 \
  libxml2-dev  \
  pkg-config \
  ca-certificates \
  xclip
  • For Debian (testing/experimental) and Ubuntu >= 18.04
apt-get --no-install-recommends -yqq install \
  bash-completion \
  build-essential \
  cmake \
  libcurl4  \
  libcurl4-openssl-dev  \
  libssl-dev  \
  libxml2 \
  libxml2-dev  \
  libssl1.1 \
  pkg-config \
  ca-certificates \
  xclip

Gentoo

  • Install the package:
sudo emerge lastpass-cli

Other Linux Distros

Install the packages listed in the Dependencies section of this document, and then follow instructions in the 'Building' section.

Installing on OS X

With Homebrew (easiest)

  • Install Homebrew, if necessary.
  • Update Homebrew's local formula cache:
brew update
  • Install the lastpass-cli formula:
brew install lastpass-cli --with-pinentry

With MacPorts

sudo port selfupdate
  • Install the lastpass-cli port:
sudo port install lastpass-cli
  • Optionally install the documentation:
sudo port install lastpass-cli-doc

Manually

Install the packages listed in the Dependencies section of this document, and then follow instructions in the 'Building' section.

Installing on FreeBSD

  • Install the binary package:
sudo pkg install security/lastpass-cli
  • Or build the port yourself:
sudo make -C /usr/ports/security/lastpass-cli all install clean

Installing on Cygwin

  • Install apt-cyg
  • Using apt-cyg, install the needed build dependencies, and then follow instructions in the 'Building' section.
apt-cyg install wget make cmake gcc-core gcc-g++ openssl-devel libcurl-devel libxml2-devel libiconv-devel cygutils-extra

Building

$ make

Under the covers, make invokes cmake in a build directory; you may also use cmake directly if you need more control over the build process.

Installing

$ sudo make install

These environment variables can be passed to make to do the right thing: PREFIX, DESTDIR, BINDIR, LIBDIR, MANDIR.

Running

If you've installed it:

$ lpass

Otherwise, from the build directory:

$ ./lpass

Documentation

Install asciidoc and xsltproc if they are not already installed.

$ sudo apt-get install asciidoc xsltproc

The install-doc target builds and installs the documentation.

$ sudo make install-doc

Once installed,

$ man lpass

You can view the full documentation in the manpage, man lpass or view it online.