Mysterium node Windows & Mac Installer

How to easily install a node on Windows & MacOS

We’re on a mission to make running a Mysterium Node as effortless and enjoyable as possible.

For every Windows & MacOS user out there, we’ve just released a new installer which sets up your node in a matter of minutes. You can check out these steps below.

What does the installer actually do?

It checks that your computer meets the requirements for running a node. If it does, it will install and launch the software, including Docker for Desktop and the Mysterium Node image. It will configure the autorun of Docker Desktop and container (required for Docker Desktop to start). It checks for new Node upgrades, and enables the software to upgrade automatically. It allows you to enable or disable the Mysterium Node container.

What new features & functionalities does this introduce?

You no longer need to install or start Docker Desktop manually. You don’t need to configure or upgrade your Node container manually. You can enable/disable Node service in-app. You can open Node UI in-app.

Mysterium exit node launcher on Windows

Requirements

  • You must be running Windows 10 version 2004 or above.
  • WSL only runs on 64-bit versions of Windows 10. 32-bit versions are not supported.

To check that the computer meet the requirements, follow these steps:

  1. Open your Settings. You can do this by clicking the gear icon on the Start menu, or by opening the Power User Tasks menu and choosing Settings.
  2. In the Settings window, choose System.
  3. On the left side of the System window, choose About. On the right side of the window, system information is displayed. Make sure the Version is at least 1607, and the System type is a 64-bit operating system.

Getting started

  • Review all system requirements
  • Exit myst-node-launcher prior to installation, if you have one.
  • Download and run myst-launcher-amd64.exe
  • On finish click "Open Node UI". It will open http://localhost:4449 in browser
  • Remark: A logout might be required during an installation, if your current desktop session has no effective membership in a "docker-users" group

Mysterium exit node launcher on MacOS

Requirements

  • MacOS Mojave or later version
  • CPU architecture: Intel x86_64 or M1 (arm64)

Getting started

Native provider mode

As of launcher 1.0.34 node can be run w/o using Docker by switching to native mode from the launcher menu for Windows and MacOS platforms. Easily become a node service provider by running a native user-space provider by default

Mysterium exit node launcher for Windows (native mode without docker): Download here

Mysterium exit node launcher for MacOS (native mode without docker): Download here

Note! Users of Mysterium Launcher v.1.0.31 - 1.0.35: in order to upgrade to a new version v.1.0.37, it's required to download the MSI package from the following link: https://github.com/mysteriumnetwork/myst-launcher/releases/latest/download/myst-launcher-x64.msi