Cappsule is still beta software and you should not use it in production. The software is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. It may kill your cat, wipe your hard drive, etc.
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with kernel 4.4.0 is the only distribution supported.
Cappsule is under GPLv2. The source code is available on GitHub.
Virtual machines are convenient for testing the project without installing it on bare metal. Don’t forget to enable nested virtualization and EPT.
- cappsule - vmware.tar.xz (1.8Gb)
- cappsule - vmware.tar.xz.sig
- Option: Virtualize Intel VT-x/EPT or AMD-V/RVI
Cappsule can’t be tested under VirtualBox since it doesn’t support nested virtualization.
user’s password is
user. Please note that an OpenSSH server is listening, but only public key authentication is supported for security reasons. Feel free to change this setting in
PermitPassword option), or write your public key in
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is the only distribution supported. It may work without major modifications on other recent distributions.
A server version without GUI support is available:
The GUI support is tricky to get right because it requires a specific setup.
Xorg must be launched through
X-wrapper-qubes without root privileges. Colorful borders are only available with a patched version of
Nevertheless, Cappsule can be run without GUI support thanks to the server version, or using the following command lines:
virt exec --no-gui: launches cappsule without GUI