Other systems can be easily ported to, but are not supported. This means that, while it should be fairly easy to port MaraDNS to another platform, you will have to port it yourself or pay me to port it for you. The Windows XP port does not support all of the features the CentOS Linux version has.
bzip2 -cd maradns-*.tar.bz2 | tar xvf -
make installThis will install both the binaries and the man pages for 'maradns', 'Deadwood' (MaraDNS 2.0's recursive DNS server), 'askmara', 'duende', 'fetchzone', and 'zoneserver'. In addition, this will (if the files are not already present), install an example /etc/mararc, make the /etc/maradns directory, and place an example zone file (db.example.com) in /etc/maradns. Finally, this will place MaraDNS documentation in /usr/local/doc ; man pages will be placed in /usr/local/man or /usr/local/share/man.