Installation Guide

Using the Docker

The Manael recommends running on Docker. A Docker image is published on Docker Hub.

Get it with docker pull manael/manael:latest command before running the Manael with the Docker. Using the Docker eliminates a need to add unnecessary files to your environment.

Using a built binary

You can download the Manael built for 64bit GNU/Linux.

1. Create a working directory

First, create a working directory to extract the downloaded file when installing Manael.

$ mkdir manael
$ cd manael

2. Download

Download the latest version of Manael (manael_1.x.y_Linux_x86_64.tar.gz) from release page. Then, extract the downloaded file to the directory created in 1.

$ wget https://github.com/manaelproxy/manael/releases/download/v1.x.y/manael_1.x.y_Linux_x86_64.tar.gz
$ tar xf manael_1.x.y_Linux_x86_64.tar.gz

3. Install

Use the install command to copy the file. You can do the same thing with the cp and mv commands, but using the install command gives the executable the appropriate execution permissions.

$ sudo install manael /usr/local/bin

Build from a source code

A source code is hosted on GitHub. The Manael is written in Go.

$ go build -o manael cmd/manael/main.go
Last modified August 25, 2019