Build from source

It’s generally recommended to install a package if available. This section is about building the binary from git.

Install dependencies

You need a recent rust compiler. It’s usually recommended to install a rust compiler with rustup, but if you’re system ships the most recent compiler in a package that works too. Note that some systems aren’t fully supported by rustup (like OpenBSD and alpine) and you need to install rust from a package in that case.

Archlinux

$ pacman -S geoip2-database libseccomp libsodium publicsuffix-list sqlite

Mac OSX

$ brew install libsodium

Debian/Ubuntu/Kali

$ apt install build-essential libsqlite3-dev libseccomp-dev libsodium-dev publicsuffix

Warning

On a debian based system make sure you’ve installed rust with rustup.

Alpine

$ apk add sqlite-dev libseccomp-dev libsodium-dev

OpenBSD

$ pkg_add sqlite3 geolite2-city geolite2-asn libsodium

Gentoo

emerge --ask sys-libs/libseccomp dev-db/sqlite dev-libs/libsodium

Windows

You don’t need to install any dependencies on windows, but you need to use a different build command in the next section.

Building

After all dependencies have been installed, simply build the binary:

$ cargo build --release

Note that you need a different command on windows:

$ cargo build --release --features=sqlite-bundled

After the build finished the binary is located at target/release/sn0int.