The Mako Server source code for POSIX based systems, such as Linux and OS X is available at SourceForge. The source code is optimized for embedded/memory constrained Linux systems. The source code edition is released under the terms of a non-commercial license.
In addition to the listed pre-compiled versions, we also provide pre-compiled versions for the following platforms: DD-WRT MIPS, WD My Book Live PPC, and SheevaPlug. The Raspberry Pi binaries are compatible with the $9 C.H.I.P. computer.
You may export the Mako Server source code from SourceForge as follows:
SVN can be installed on a Linux system as follows:
Open the readme file MakoServer/README.txt for build instructions.
BarracudaDrive, a personal cloud server letting anyone set up and operate their own secure file-sharing site, is available as a Mako Server plugin. Export the Mako Server and the plugins directory, including BarracudaDrive as follows:
Open plugins/BarracudaDrive/README.txt for build instructions.
We also provide a script that downloads the code, compiles the code, and helps you install a fully functional BarracudaDrive Mako Server clone. The script is designed for native compilation. See the readme file for instructions on cross compilation.
Click the above and copy the selected text to your clipboard. Paste the commands into a Linux shell. Note: the above builds for your native Linux platform. See the readme file for cross compilation options.