[Rspamd-Users] Download for Raspberry Pi
lysfjord.daniel at smokepit.net
Thu Oct 29 04:09:26 UTC 2020
"Martin Brampton via Users" <users at lists.rspamd.com> skrev 29. oktober 2020 kl. 00:35:
> On 28/10/2020 23:17, Daniel Lysfjord via Users wrote:
>> "Martin Brampton via Users" <users at lists.rspamd.com> skrev 28. oktober 2020 kl. 23:48:
>>> On 28/10/2020 19:55, Daniel Lysfjord via Users wrote:
>> "Martin Brampton via Users" <users at lists.rspamd.com> skrev 28. oktober 2020 kl. 17:42:
>> Is there an ARM version of rspamd 2.5 usable with Raspberry Pi? If so, how is it installed into an
>> Ubuntu or Debian system?
>> -- Users mailing list
>> Users at lists.rspamd.com
>> As rspamd 2.5 is available in debian (buster-backports, bullseye and sid) and available for
>> arm64, armel and armhf, I would reckon it should be a simple apt-get install away (as long as you
>> have the required repository enabled) on any Raspberry from the Pi 1 to the Pi 4.
>> : https://packages.debian.org/search?suite=all&searchon=names&keywords=rspamd
>>> I wish it was so simple! I raised this as an issue in the Github rspamd
>>> project, only to have it dismissed on the grounds that 2.5 is outdated.
>>> So now the question is, where can I find a download that isn't outdated
>>> and works on Raspberry Pi. And preferably doesn't crash.
>>> The repository in the download instructions seems not to support arm
>>> architectures (although Ubuntu 20.10 Raspberry Pi edition includes
>>> rspamd 2.5).
>>> (I do wish rspamd would support the standard repositories and feed
>>> through versions that work, rather than just saying that the
>>> distribution repositories aren't supported. This from rspamd.com:
>>> "Rspamd is also available in some versions of Debian and Ubuntu. Please
>>> DO NOT use those packages, as they are not supported in any way. Any
>>> issues or feature requests related to the packages from Debian provided
>>> distros will be closed with no feedback (or even rage feedback). Just
>>> don’t do it, you are warned!")
>>> Users mailing list
>>> Users at lists.rspamd.com
>> As I don't have any RPI to test out on, I can't say if the debian packages for arm64/armel/armhf
>> works, but there's no bug reports reporting that it crashes? If those packages doesn't float your
>> boat (or the rspamd developers boats), builing it on your own should be fully doable. Either
>> directly on the RPI or cross compiling on a different computer (beware, hyperscan only works on
>> i386/amd64, so your performance may not be the best)..
>> The reason for not supporting the distro-provided packages, is mostly because distros tend to make
>> changes and backport things from newer versions. Bugs in distro-provided packages should be
>> reported to the distro, not rspamd (from a user standpoint, the package maintainers of that distro
>> can and may bring the issue to the source if they wish). This goes for most projects.
>> : https://rspamd.com/downloads.html#system5
> I don't know if any arm packages work - I can't find any way to obtain
> an arm package. I'm assuming that the following is not going to provide
> an arm package:
> echo "deb [arch=amd64] http://rspamd.com/apt-stable $CODENAME main" >
> Building failed to complete because of the requirement for hyperscan. I
> don't know how to get round that.
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> Users at lists.rspamd.com
It is already in the debian repositories (version 2.5, mind you) for buster-backports, bullseye(testing) and sid(unstable). Hence, "apt-get install rspamd" should yield you a working version (albeit "outdated") as long as you run buster (with the backports repository enabled), bullseye or sid.
No, the rspamd.com repository does *not* contain arm64/armel/armhf packages.
Looking at the "build process" part of the rspamd.com/downloads.html, it tells me:
cmake ../rspamd -DENABLE_HYPERSCAN=OFF -DENABLE_LUAJIT=ON -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RelWithDebuginfo
should give you a version with hyperscan disabled (this is a wild guess, based on the syntax already used).
: deb http://deb.debian.org/debian/ buster-backports main contrib non-free
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