Great job, Russell! I'm happy to hear you got it working.
Thank you for the notes. I will modify the pinned thread and the README.md to make the build process clearer, especially for folks who are not as used to linux as I am. :-)
That works but it looks like the old thread has been messed up; it goes to a poll, or to new posts, or something.
Update: I messed up. I forgot that rustleg was experimenting with the old thread. :-)
So far you've made good progress. You've successfully built libsqrl and installed it as a shared library in your system. Well done!
Your next step is to change the sqrl Makefile to point to the location of your libsqrl project ( $(HOME)/libsqrl in this case) , review any other instructions...
The native linux client is essentially a wrapper around Adam Comley's libsqrl library. You will need to obtain a copy of libsqrl from github and build it successfully before you can build this linux client.
You may have to install 'cmake' through your package manager. Then:
Yes, that .sqrl file will work. It did for me.
I must have had liburiparser already installed on my machine because I did not need to install it to build and run libsqrl or sqrl.
Yes, you will need to use your package manager to install liburiparser and cmake. Then follow the instructions in...
Yep. I could not have done it without his library. :-)
It is absolutely ready to try but I have not implemented creating a SQRL identity yet, so you'll need to load a .sqrl file from your windows client to make it work. And yes, I will adopt PHolder's idea for a pinned thread...
My pleasure! Please don't think I am the only one who contributes to this client. Adam Comley wrote libsqrl which provides a huge part of the functionality -- I'm just writing the wrapper for it. :-) Linux is my only OS since I gave up Windows quite a few years ago. I have an...