This is probably gonna be a dumb question. I tried to install an older version 3.1.0 from a tarball. From instructions I see there should be a bin folder. Is it built by running “make”?
Also, I have installed go and tests show go is working, but I got the following error when running “make”.
go run build.go setup GOPATH is / Version: 3.1.0, Linux Version: 3.1.0, Package Iteration: 1491647648 go get -v github.com/tools/godep go get -v github.com/blang/semver go get -v github.com/mattn/go-sqlite3 go install -v github.com/mattn/go-sqlite3 godep restore godep: [WARNING]: godep should only be used inside a valid go package directory and godep: [WARNING]: may not function correctly. You are probably outside of your $GOPATH. godep: [WARNING]: Current Directory: /home/fei/Installs/grafana-3.1.0 godep: [WARNING]: $GOPATH: godep: WARNING: Godep workspaces (./Godeps/_workspace) are deprecated and support for them will be removed when go1.8 is released. godep: WARNING: Go version (go1.6) & $GO15VENDOREXPERIMENT= wants to enable the vendor experiment, but disabling because a Godep workspace (Godeps/_workspace) exists godep: Error restore requires GOPATH but it is empty. Makefile:4: recipe for target 'deps' failed make: *** [deps] Error 1
Really wondering what is the correct way to do it?