InspIRCd v4 is still early in development!
If you use this branch you may experience crashes, weird behaviour, and unannounced breaking changes.
You probably want to use InspIRCd v3 instead.
Installing InspIRCd 4
There are many different methods for installing InspIRCd. You should pick the method which fits your needs best.
An official InspIRCd Docker image will be available on Docker Hub when v4 is released. Until that happens you will have to build from source.
The InspIRCd team will provide prebuilt packages for some common platforms when v4 is released. Until that happens you will have to build from source.
On all other platforms the recommended installation method is to build from source. You can choose between building the the most recent release or, if you enjoy living on the edge, the latest code committed to Git. If you are building on Windows you should follow these instructions instead.