This section introduces how to use different methods to install NanoMQ. You can install NanoMQ with docker, via a package manager, or from the source, aiming to provide clear and easy-to-follow instructions to get you started with NanoMQ.
Docker users will find a guide on using the official Docker image to install and run NanoMQ. It also provides instructions on configuring Docker for NanoMQ usage and a comprehensive list of environment variables to configure your NanoMQ installation.
For Linux users, NanoMQ currently provides the following installation packages:
|deb Source||Debian-based Linux distributions like Ubuntu can use this method for installing NanoMQ. A script is provided to ease the installation process.|
|deb DEB Package||This section also provides detailed steps to add the official NanoMQ repository to the sources list and install the software manually using apt-get.|
|rpm Source||RHEL-based Linux distributions like CentOS can use this method. A script is provided to ease the installation process.|
|rpm RPM Package||This section also provides detailed steps to add the official EMQX NanoMQ repository to the yum configuration and install the software manually using yum.|
|Aur (Arch Linux)||For Arch Linux users, NanoMQ can be installed using the AUR helper 'yay'. Different editions can be installed including basic, SQLite, MsQuic, and full.|
For Windows users, you can install NanoMQ with a zip package.
NanoMQ offers the ability to compile from source code. This section provides a guide to cater to more advanced requirements.