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The tutorial environment is Ubuntu 20.04

Install Casnode under the Linux BT panel

Prepare work

After installing the BT panel, the browser visits the BT panel, selects the software store, searches for and installs MySQL, and then searches for node, you can see that there is a PM2 manager, install the PM2 manager.

After the installation is complete, disconnect from the server or restart the server, node will be automatically written into the environment variable.

Enter git --version to make sure git is , if the prompts Command git not found, use apt-get install git to install git.


To access the Casnode successfully, you need to open the 7001 and 8000 port.

Install Golang

The root user executes the following commands to download and decompress the Go binary file to the /usr/local directory.

wget -c -O - | sudo tar -xz -C /usr/local

Then we need to add Golang to the environment variables, edit /etc/profile, add the following code in the last line of the file.

export GOROOT=/usr/local/go
export PATH=$PATH:$GOROOT/bin

Then use command source /etc/profile to make the newly added environment variables work.

Now, enter go version, you will see the go version, and we installed it successfully. If you can’t connect to GitHub, you can set up the mirror. The command is

go env -w GOPROXY=,direct

Git clone Casnode & Casdoor

Next, execute the following commands in the folder where you want to store the project.

git clone
git clone

Now, you can see there are two folders, Casnode and Casdoor.

Configure Casdoor

Run Casdoor

We first configure Casdoor.

cd casdoor
go build main.go

Then edit conf/app.conf, find

dataSourceName = root:123@tcp(localhost:3306)/

Change MySQL password provided by the BT panel as 123.

cd web
yarn install
yarn build
cd ..
sudo nohup ./main &

Configure Casnode in Casdoor

Now that Casdoor has been configured, visit http://your-ip:8000 to configure Casnode.

The default administrator login account is admin/123.

Click Organization, then click Add, click Edit for the added organization, and change the name to the organization name you want. Here I set it to casnode, and then click Save.

Click Applications, then click Add, for the application you just added, click Edit, change the name to the application name you want, I changed it to app-casnode. Click on the organization, select the organization you just added, my organization is casnode. Click Redirect URLs, modify the link in the box to http://your-ip:7000/callback.Finally, remember the Client ID and Client Secret, and click Save.

Click Users, click Add, then click Edit, modify the added user, click Organization, select casnode, and click is admin. Finally click Save, now your organization has an administrator account.

Configure Casnode

Next we configure in Casnode.

cd casnode
go build main.go

Edit conf/app.conf, find

dataSourceName = root:123@tcp(localhost:3306)/

Change MySQL password provided by the BT panel to 123, then find casdoorEndpoint, modify it to http://your-ip:8000 (Casdoor backend address), find ClientId and ClientSecret, and modify them to the previously remembered Application client id and client secret, find casdoorOrganization, modify the organization name to your set. Save and exit.

Edit web/src/Conf.js, modify serverUrl to http://your-ip:8000 (Casdoor front-end access address), modify ClientId to the ClientId of the application just added, modify appName to the set application name, and modify organizationName to the set organization name.

yarn install
yarn build
cd ..
nohup ./main &

Next visit http://your-ip:7000, click login, enter the account you added before, user_1/123, you have now successfully logged in to Casnode.

For more settings please see