The Signet client is a standalone cross-platform application that supports Windows (7 and up), MacOS, and GNU/Linux. The latest client version is 0.9.9. The latest firmware version is 1.2.4. You can download a binary image below or download the source code to build your own binaries.
|Windows (64 bit)||signet-0.9.9-64bit.exe|
|Windows (32 bit)||signet-0.9.9-64bit.exe|
The Windows client has been tested on Windows 7, 8, and 10. There are no setup steps: just download and run.
Download signet-0.9.9 then make it executable.
chmod u+x ~/Downloads/signet-0.9.9
You may also want to move it to a more permanent location. Execute the commands below to copy
Use a path in your home directory to keep the binary separate from binaries managed by your Linux distribution.
mkdir ~/bin mv ~/Downloads/signet-0.9.9 ~/bin
Install the Signet udev rule to allow the application to connect to the device.
Copy it to
sudo cp ~/Downloads/50-signet.rules /etc/udev/rules.d
You may need to disconnect and reconnect your Signet device for the rule to take effect.
Open the application. The application is unsigned so Mac OS will not immediately allow you to run it. To authorize the application:
You should be able to run it in the future with no warnings or extra steps.
You can find all past client and firmware releases here.
The Signet firmware and client are released under the GPLv3 license. You can find all Signet sources from the Nth Dimension github page. You can also download the latest source archive if you want to build the latest release or browse past source archives to build an earlier version. You can follow these instructions to build the client application from source.