This is a follow to the post about ArangoDB 1.3 running on Raspberry PI. With the release of ArangoDB 1.4.0 I now tried to compile it again. As all patches required for 1.3 are part of 1.4.0 it is now much easier.
pi> sudo apt-get install libreadline6 libreadline6-dev libssl-dev pi> git clone -b v1.4.0 https://github.com/triAGENS/ArangoDB pi> cd ArangoDB pi> ./configure --enable-all-in-one-icu --enable-all-in-one-v8 --enable-all-in-one-libev --disable-mruby pi> make
After a few hours, everything (including V8 & ICU) is compiled and you can start ArangoDB on a raspberry
pi> mkdir /tmp/testbase pi> ./bin/arangod -c etc/relative/arangod.conf /tmp/testbase
and the shell in another window
pi> ./bin/arangosh -c etc/relative/arangosh.conf
or point your browser to
However, if you do not want to wait for hours, I’ve tried to build a debian package, which can be downloaded from here:
pi> wget https://www.arangodb.org/repositories/raspbian/arangodb-1.4.0-raspbian.deb pi> sudo dpkg -i arangodb-1.4.0-raspbian.deb
This has not been tested in detail. So any feedback or improvements are welcome.