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The Corellium CLI is a command line tool that allows you to manage your Corellium instances from the terminal. It can be used to create, delete, and manage instances, projects and more.

It is especially useful in CI/CD workflows. For example, see how to you can use the CLI in a GitHub Actions workflow.

To get started, install the Corellium CLI with:

npm install -g @corellium/corellium-cli

You can run the corellium command in your terminal to see the available commands.

> corellium
Usage: corellium [OPTIONS]

corellium login Login and save authentication token to local profile
corellium logout Logout and remove local profile
corellium signup Create subscriber invite account
corellium extension Extension-related commands
corellium instance Instance-related commands
corellium firmware Firmware-related commands
corellium image Image-related commands
corellium project Project-related commands

--help Show help [boolean]
--version Show version number [boolean]

Run 'corellium --help' for more information on a command.


On MacOS, you may also need to install the following packages:

brew install pango cairo

If you're connecting to a self-hosted Corellium instance using a self-signed certificate, you may need to set the NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED environment variable to 0:


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