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Remove deb rpm tar #240

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@nsg nsg commented Jul 5, 2017

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Motivation:

First of, our packages where not that well maintained and it's a lot of
work to test and validate library capability cross different Debian
based versions for the deb.

I have no idea if even the tar-ball or the rpm even works.

The snap is available with a simple "snap install konstructs-client".
snap is pre-installed on all current Ubuntu installations and it's super
easy to install it on Debian, Fedora, Arch, ...

I know that there are a few people out there who prefer flatpacks and it
think it's better time spent to make a flatpack instead of maintaining
this old code.

Flatpack and snaps are the way forward!
If you for example needs root (sudo) to run docker, or the binary is
called something else, for example:

DOCKER="sudo docker" make linux
or
DOCKER="docker -H 10.20.5.7" make linux
and so on ...
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@nsg nsg merged commit 4cdfd98 into master Jul 26, 2017
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