In the event that you are using the Linux-based operating system Ubuntu or any of its derivatives and would like to compile MariaDB from source code, you can do so using the MariaDB source repository for the release that interests you.
Before you begin, install the
$ sudo apt-get install software-properties-common \ devscripts \ equivs
MariaDB requires a number of packages to compile from source. Fortunately, you can use the MariaDB repositories to retrieve the necessary code for the version you want. Use the Repository Configuration tool to determine how to set up the MariaDB repository for your release of Ubuntu, the version of MariaDB that you want to install, and the mirror that you want to use.
First add the authentication key for the repository, then add the repository.
$ sudo apt-key adv --recv-keys \ --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 \ 0xF1656F24C74CD1D8 $ sudo add-apt-repository --update --yes --enable-source \ 'deb [arch=amd64] http://nyc2.mirrors.digitalocean.com/mariadb/repo/10.3/ubuntu '$(lsb_release -sc)' main'
Once the repository is set up, you can use
apt-get to retrieve the build dependencies. MariaDB packages supplied by Ubuntu and packages supplied by the MariaDB repository have the same base name of
mariadb-server. You need to specify the specific version you want to retrieve.
$ sudo apt-get build-dep mariadb-10.3
Once you have the base dependencies installed, you can retrieve the source code and start building MariaDB. The source code is available on GitHub. Use the
--branch option to specify the particular version of MariaDB you want to build.
$ git clone --branch 10.3 https://github.com/MariaDB/server.git
The source code includes scripts to install the remaining build dependencies. For Ubuntu, they're located in the
debian/ directory. Navigate into the repository and run the
autobase-deb.sh script. Then use
$ cd server/ $ ./debian/autobake-deb.sh
In the event that there are still build dependencies that are not satisfied, use
mk-build-deps to generate a build dependency
deb to use in installing the remaining packages.
$ mk-build-deps debian/control $ apt-get install ./mariadb-*build-deps_*.deb
Then, call the
autobake-deb.sh script again to build MariaDB.
After building the packages, it is a good idea to put them in a repository. See the Creating a Debian Repository page for instructions.
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