The new version of the core wallet with its different DB possibilities may be a challenge for some people with Linux.
I spend some time with it myself and that's why I write this small tutorial for Linux user. ;)
It's for people who can't or don't want to use this nicely maintained repo: http://package.cryptoguru.org/ .
Hand-crafted is in vogue anyways...
Thank you for your contribution into BURST distribution.
But... We are living in the third millennium, may be it's enough of manual labor?..
I was trying to install BURST wallet with MariaDB following the description at http://package.cryptoguru.org/. Only the last described way was useful, but after installation BURST wallet simply does not start.java.sql.SQLInvalidAuthorizationSpecException: Could not connect: Access denied for user 'rabinovitch'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
It looks that the wallet is trying to enter into the database using wrong credentials, but I have edited all configuration files I found with credentials which BURST wallet is trying to use, but without any success.
There is a silence on Discord. May be someone here will help me (and the whole BURST community) to get the really working guide applicable to all fresh Ubuntu/Mint distributives?