CollabVM Server 1.x
|Developer(s)||Cosmic Sans, Dartz, Geodude; other various contributors|
|License||Apache License 2.0|
|Platforms||Windows, Linux, Android, BSD, MacOS, Haiku, GNU/Hurd, ReactOS|
|Architectures||x86, x86-64, ARM32, ARM64|
First release: July 28, 2015 (1.1.0)Latest release: March 16, 2021 (1.2.11)
|Successor||CollabVM Server 2.0|
The CollabVM Server (collab-vm-server), latest version 1.2.11, is the current version of CollabVM Server. It is an open source server that currently powers CollabVM, the Virus Farm, and most mirrors of CollabVM. It can be considered the "heart" of CollabVM.
Currently, the server runs on Linux, BSD, and Windows-based operating systems. It is known to work on Debian, Ubuntu Server and Desktop, as well as the Red Hat (CentOS), openSUSE and Arch Linux line of Linux distributions. Version 1.2.8 adds support for FreeBSD and Windows XP and up. It should also work on Android (using Termux), MacOS, Haiku, GNU/Hurd, and ReactOS. Version 1.2.9 readds a cut feature (admin username colors), a crashing vulnerability fix and improvements against automated attacks.
You can grab automatically built versions of CollabVM Server 1.x here:
You can take a look at the collab-vm-server releases by clicking here.
- Linux: 128 MB of free RAM on the server (Recommended: 2 GB of free RAM)
- Windows: 32 MB of free RAM on the server (Recommended: 2 GB of free RAM)
- Any modern CPU of any architecture should work. VT-X is recommended (not required).
- Space: 40 MB for collab-vm-server (Recommended: 4 GB of free space, for VMs and such)
- QEMU 0.10 (Recommended: At least QEMU 4.0)
collab-vm-server 1.2.11 will run on any distribution, as long as it is running Linux kernel version 2.6.0 or above. If your distro version was released after 2006, you are absolutely running something beyond this version.
Use whatever's the latest version.
Requires at least CentOS 2.1. CentOS 7 or above is required for any support.
Requires at least Debian 3.1. Debian 8 or above is required for support.
Requires at least Fedora 2. Fedora 30 or above is required for support.
Use whatever's the latest version.
Requires at least Linux Mint version 1.
Requires Slackware 12.0 to run. 13.37 or above is required for full technical support.
Runs on every Ubuntu version from 4.10 to 20.10. At least 14.04 is required for technical support.
- ReactOS: Use the Cygwin collab-vm-server package. Use 0.4.13 or the latest debug build for the best results.
- Wine: Not sure what the minimum version is but it will at least run on the Wine provided in Ubuntu 18.04.
- Currently the oldest Windows version known to run CollabVM Server is Windows NT 4. There is currently an experimental Windows port that requires Windows Vista SP2 and above, compiled from MSYS2. There also exists a Cygwin package which will run on Windows XP SP2, but the versions for XP require the IPv6 stack to be installed. Windows 7 or 10 is recommended.
- collab-vm-server can be compiled and run on MSYS2, which is what the current experimental Windows port is compiled with. This requires Windows Vista SP2 or above.
- collab-vm-server can be compiled and run on Visual Studio 2017, which requires Windows XP SP2 or above and the Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2015 runtimes installed.
- collab-vm-server can be compiled and run on Cygwin, which requires Windows Vista SP2 or above, although its also possible to compile it on older versions, the oldest of which runs on Windows NT 4.0 SP6. The public Cygwin build needs Windows XP SP2 or higher.
- collab-vm-server can also run on the Windows Subsystem for Linux, which is included in Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, and Windows Server 2019.
- collab-vm-server should be possible to compile and run on MacOS. I'm not sure what the oldest version that would work is, so it's probably safer to use the latest MacOS.
- Use FreeBSD 12 or above.
- Use NetBSD 9.1 or 8.2. Older versions may have problems.
- collab-vm-server runs on the latest nightly build of Haiku, but it is rather difficult to build and very unstable. Some libraries need to be compiled and linked manually.
- collab-vm-server should be possible to compile and run on OpenIndiana and Oracle Solaris. I'm not sure what the oldest version that would work is so it's probably safe to use the latest version.