Install NoSQL Manager for Cassandra on Linux

System Requirements

NoSQL Manager is available for the most popular Linux operating systems: Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, RedHat, Linux Mint etc.

Our application is distributed as AppImage package, which can be downloaded from our web-site. AppImage package is a compressed image with all the dependencies and libraries needed to run the desired software.

We test our software on Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04, 21.04 versions and Debian 11. But our customers have reported success with other Linux distributions. Anyway, you can download and evaluate our software free for 30-days period.


Using AppImage is very easy. It is done in these 3 simple steps:

  • Download AppImage file
  • Make it executable
  • Run it

1. Download AppImage package from our web-site.

You can download the package with wget command:


Or using a Web Browser download.

2. Make the image executable.

By default, the downloaded AppImage file doesn't have the execution permission. You should change the file permission to make it executable. Root privilege isn't required for that. You can do it using terminal:

chmod a+x ./cassandra-manager-x86_64.AppImage 

If you prefer the graphical way, just right click on the downloaded .AppImage file, choose Properties, click Permissions tab and enable "Allow executing file as program" option:
Set execution permission on AppImage

3. Run NoSQL Manager

Once you have made the AppImage file executable, just double click on it to run.

Or use terminal: