This article documents how to install FORT Validator (an RPKI relying party software which also implements the RPKI to Router protocol in a single daemon) on Debian 10 to provide RPKI validation to routers. If you are using testing or unstable then you can just skip the part about apt pinnings.
The packages in bullseye (Debian testing) can be installed as is on Debian stable with no need to rebuild them, by configuring an appropriate pinning for apt:
cat <<END > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/bullseye.list deb http://deb.debian.org/debian/ bullseye main END cat <<END > /etc/apt/preferences.d/pin-rpki # by default do not install anything from bullseye Package: * Pin: release bullseye Pin-Priority: 100 Package: fort-validator rpki-trust-anchors Pin: release bullseye Pin-Priority: 990 END apt update
Before starting, make sure that curl (or wget) and the web PKI certificates are installed:
apt install curl ca-certificates
If you already know about the legal issues related to the ARIN TAL then you may instruct the package to automatically install it. If you skip this step then you will be asked at installation time about it, either way is fine.
echo 'rpki-trust-anchors rpki-trust-anchors/get_arin_tal boolean true' \ | debconf-set-selections
Install the package as usual:
apt install fort-validator
You may also install rpki-client and gortr on Debian 10, or maybe cfrpki and gortr. I have also tried packaging Routinator 3000 for Debian, but this effort is currently on hold because the Rust ecosystem is broken and hostile to the good packaging practices of Linux distributions.