Download and Installation
There are a few different ways to install the RPKI code, depending on what the platform on which you're trying to install.
- On Ubuntu 12.04 LTS ("Precise Pangolin"), Ubuntu 14.04 ("Trusty Tahir"), or Debian 7 ("Wheezy"), you can use Debian binary packages.
Simple RPKI Cache Install
if you want to install a simple RPKI cache to feed routers from a Ubuntu 14.04 system, here is a one page ten minute recipe.
install a CA and a cache on a Ubuntu 14.04 with a rootd CA
If you want to install a CA and a cache on a Ubuntu 14.04 with a rootd CA, here is a one page hack. It will take less than an hour.
Try the rrdp testbed CA and RP on Ubuntu Xenial
If you are feeling adventurous and want to try the rrdp testbed CA and RP on Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 here is a one page hack. It supports a much simpler root CA.
On FreeBSD, you can use FreeBSD ports.
On all other platforms, or on the above platforms if the pre-packaged versions don't suit your needs, you will have to install from source code.
Once you've finished installing the code, you will need to configure it. Since CAs are generally also relying parties (if only so that they can check the results of their own actions), you will generally want to start by configuring the relying party tools, then configure the CA tools if you're planning to use them.