I can only provide manual install instructions at this time.
Note that while the software is functionally complete, it is still in beta. Anticipate that some bugs will be discovered now that the source is released. Ensure that you isolate the search engine from your other important services, and if you are running parts of it out of your home, keep the servers on a separate VLAN. Make sure this VLAN cannot access your router or switch interface. Continue this practise even when the software reaches "1.0".
If you have created a "LAMP", or rather a "LEMP" server before, this isn't much more complicated. If you've never done that, I suggest you find a "LEMP" tutorial.Build a LEMP server
For the sake of simplicity, assume all instructions are for Ubuntu 20 or 22. If you are on a different distro, modify the install steps accordingly to suit your distro.
If you don't have a physical server, you can rent computing space by looking for a "VPS provider". This virtual computer will be your reverse proxy, and if you want, it can host everything else too.Install the following additional packages:
apt install build-essential php-gd libcurl4-openssl-dev libmysqlclient-dev golang gitGet Wiby Source Files
gcc cr.c -o cr -lmysqlclient -lcurl -std=c99 -O3
gcc rs.c -o rs -lmysqlclient -std=c99 -O3
gcc rt.c -o rt -lmysqlclient -std=c99 -O3
If you get any compile errors, it is likely due to the path of the mysql or libcurl header files. This could happen if you are not using Ubuntu. You might have to locate the correct path for curl.h, easy.h, mysql.h, then edit the #include paths in the source files.Build the core server application:
The core application is located inside the go folder. Run the following commands after copying the files over to your preferred location:
For Ubuntu 20:
go get -u github.com/go-sql-driver/mysql
go build core.go
go build 1core.go
If you are just starting out, you can use '1core'. If you are going to setup replication servers or you are using a computer with a lot of available cores, you can use 'core', but make sure to read the scaling section.
If you want to use 1core on a server separate from your reverse proxy server, modify line 37 of 1core.go: replace 'localhost' with '0.0.0.0' so that it accepts connections over your VPN from your reverse proxy.
You can also use index.php in the root of the www directory and not use the Go version at all. Though the PHP version is used mainly for prototyping.