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Vote for Linux Release Support #39

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techninja opened this Issue Oct 23, 2015 · 18 comments

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techninja commented Oct 23, 2015

Only Mac and Windows have official releases, though the app works for Linux as well. Post here to cast your vote for adding Linux to the release list.

@techninja techninja added this to the 1.2.0 Feature Release milestone Oct 25, 2015

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Al2zone commented Dec 21, 2015

Ubuntu! 13.04+ is fine.

@raster

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raster commented Dec 22, 2015

A Linux release would be awesome!

@bdale

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bdale commented Jan 27, 2016

We're a Linux-only household... happy to build from source if we need to, but a Debian-compatible package would be awesome!

@totto

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totto commented Jan 28, 2016

please - we are also a pure linux household :)

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peteruithoven commented Feb 16, 2016

+1 (Elementary OS)

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bdale commented Feb 17, 2016

FWIW, I have the current code running on my Debian notebook just fine...

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raemarks commented Jun 23, 2016

+1 for Fedora! I would love this to be fully supported on Linux.

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TechRunner2 commented Jul 27, 2016

Arch and Ubuntu Packages would be amazing. Even just on the aur.

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ikanc commented Oct 29, 2016

+1 for linux! 👍

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shbert commented Oct 29, 2016

+1 for linux.. rapberry

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mosburn commented Nov 19, 2016

+1

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magnets99 commented Dec 6, 2016

x64 ubuntu or a raspberry pi build would be great!

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drtorq commented Dec 10, 2016

Here's an article I wrote on running the PancakePainter on Ubuntu.
"Hack the Pancake Stack: Running PancakeBot under Xubuntu Linux"

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bmcage commented Dec 22, 2016

+1

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techninja commented Dec 24, 2016

goodnews

Thanks to your votes (and hard work from the electron userland community), we'll be including Ubuntu (deb) and Redhat (rpm) x64 install files for alpha release coming before the new year 🎁!

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xsuchy commented Oct 16, 2017

Do you have SPEC file for RPM somewhere available? I can likely submit few enhancements.

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techninja commented Feb 26, 2018

@xsuchy I'm using a tool to build using SPEC file-like definitions from the package.json releaseInfo section. I don't have a redhat install to test against, feel free and look into the build system build/Gruntfile.js under electron-installer-redhat, line 174 😄

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xsuchy commented Feb 26, 2018

I am not fluent in nodejs. Can you give me please hint which arguments pass to electron-installer-redhat to genereate rpm or srpm from the git clone?

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