From Source

If you'd like to install Namada from source you will have to install some dependencies first: Rust, Git, Clang, OpenSSL and LLVM.

First, install Rust by following the instructions from the official page.

At the end of the installation, make sure that Cargo's bin directory ($HOME/.cargo/bin) is available on your PATH environment variable. You can either restart your shell or run source $HOME/.cargo/env to continue.

If you already have Rust installed, make sure you're using the latest version by running:

rustup update

Then, install the remaining dependencies.

Ubuntu: running the following command should install everything needed:

sudo apt-get install -y make git-core libssl-dev pkg-config libclang-12-dev build-essential

Mac: installing the Xcode command line tools should provide you with almost everything you need:

xcode-select --install

Now that you have all the required dependencies installed, you can clone the source code from the Namada repository and build it with:

git clone
cd namada 
make install


During internal and private testnets, checkout the latest testnet branch using git checkout $NAMADA_TESTNET_BRANCH.