c++ components are installed before running the build.
On Ubuntu, this can be done with the following commands:
sudo apt install make sudo apt install g++ sudo apt install openssl sudo apt install libssl-dev
CentOS and Red Hat
On CentOS or Red Hat, use the following commands to install the required dependencies:
sudo yum install make sudo yum install gcc-c++ sudo yum install openssl sudo yum install openssl-devel
On macOS, the openssl dependency can be installed by running the following from the command line ( make sure Homebrew is present).
brew install openssl
FreeBSD 12 and 13 contain all the necessary dependencies out of the box.
To build and install utilities in CentOS, Linux and macOS, you will need to run the following from the command line:
cd linux-and-osx\swrng make sudo make install
To build and install utilities in FreeBSD 12 or 13, you will need to run the following from the command line:
cd linux-and-osx\swrng make -f Makefile.bsd sudo make install
Non-root access on Linux
To enable a non-root user to access the AlphaRNG device, simply copy the supplied
85-alpharng-usb-access.rules file to
You may need to reboot the system for the changes to take effect.