Trellis is an enterprise-ready Linked Data server that makes it possible to build and publish linked data applications on the Web. Installing Trellis is simple and straight-forward.

The current version is 0.7.1, released on July 2, 2018.

Prerequisites: before installing Trellis, be sure to have a Java 8 (or newer) runtime installed.

CentOS 7+ / RedHat 7+ / Amazon Linux 2 LTS

For RedHat-based systems, install Trellis with these commands:

$ wget https://www.trellisldp.org/downloads/trellis-0.7.1-1.noarch.rpm
$ sudo yum install trellis-0.7.1-1.noarch.rpm

Size: 35.7 MB
SHA-256: be483252525c125d414958a58a46041b2911c323a617e5b5af6ca6643e1212cf

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS / Debian 8+

For Debian-based systems, install Trellis with these commands:

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi-core
$ wget https://www.trellisldp.org/downloads/trellis_0.7.1-1_all.deb
$ sudo gdebi trellis_0.7.1-1_all.deb

Size: 35.7 MB
SHA-256: 4fc1a0b5f2643de55601d36918defc45d2810852c65a04225b65fe0e72413913

Other Platforms

Trellis can be run on any system with Java 8 or higher, and it is regularly tested on Windows, Mac OS and generic Linux machines. To install Trellis manually, download the software as a Zip or Tar archive and follow the manual installation instructions.

trellis-0.7.1.zip (Size: 35.7 MB)
SHA-256: 508030b2df50ae1611d7db26de24631a377620309446194d7af1356f4fad17d1

trellis-0.7.1.tar (Size: 40.2 MB)
SHA-256: 88d60e334a6afbc94a7aecccbcbc39e50d833482c70c3ffdb7eeb69dd3abc1a6

Next Steps

After installing Trellis, please refer to the configuration guide for customizing the server.