Install the Client
Download the appropriate client for your architecture.
Move the binary to a directory that's in your
PATH, and ensure
that it's executable.
mv ~/download/crproxy-linux-amd64 ~/bin/crproxy chmod +x ~/bin/crproxy
Create an API Key
Sign in to the
and click the
API Keysmenu item.
- Click the
- Give your
API Keyany name you'd like.
- Click the
The API Key is a secret token you will use to authenticate the
crpoxy command-line client with proxy-servers.
Create a Configuration File
Create a configuration file in
$HOME/.crproxy with your API Key
and a proxy-server you'd like to use. You'll want to choose a local
proxy-server for the best performance. Sign in to the
web interface and
Proxy-Servers menu item to view available locations.
api-key = _YOUR_API_KEY_ proxy-server = de1.crproxy.com
These values serve as defaults for the corresponding command line arguments.
Serve Files From Your Laptop
crproxy command from the command line to share a local
directory with a friend or colleague.
crproxy share ./shared-directory
Serve a Website From Your Laptop
Receive webhooks on your development machine to test an integration, or provide a colleague or client with a link to a site served from your laptop.
crproxy proxy http://localhost:1234/
View help using the
crproxy share -help crproxy proxy -help