I wasn't suggesting that your SQRL app doesn't work.
I meant - GIVEN that the program works without the notification daemon, I will just try using the program without worrying HERE about my malfunctioning notification daemon.
Waiting to try the next release.
Actually I am using JWM. There IS a notification daemon installed (notify-osd). However, when I check its status with the service command, the output is "notify-osd: unrecognized service".
I found that it doesn't have a script file in /init.d.
I haven't found any report of this being an...
I am using a minimalist distribution (Antix Linux). Using jwm with spaceFM.
Looked at the franz bug report. Most people just "solved" it by getting rid of notifications. I take it notifications are critical for your application?
Hi, installed the linux version just now. Quite painless.
Thanks for the application.
On my system, the new app launched when I clicked finish - but then it closed. I was able to relaunch it manually from the command line, but it aborts.
I am attaching the file.
A separate question - if we...
I opened this site and the TWIT site that offers SQRL login through OAUTH.
First I used the whole pword to sign into this site (success). Then I shifted to the other tab and tried login with the FIRST 4 characters - no go. You said that the first four is a default, so I assume...
Hi again. Related question to my OP. How/When am I able to (re)log in with just the last four characters of my identity password?
I just logged in with my FULL password, then logged out and then immediately tried to login with just the last four characters of my password. Not accepted. So I...
That is defiinitely what was wrong for the most part. When I provided a path to the directory that has the SQRL executable, it was executed.
However, I think it was blocked from completing successfully by prior tries resulting in old FIFO files.
The terminal text is...
Thanks for suggestion.
Same error message with "$ sqrl ./sqrl..." as without the ./
Where should the sqrl command file be located? I don't see one in my /src directories with this reinstall. Since it completed with showing any errors, I assumed everything must be there. I haven't been able...
I just reinstalled the Linux client, following rustleg's procedure. Everything went smoothly, BUT, when I try to run the sqrl command to use the demo,
$ sqrl sqrl://www.grc.com/sqrl?nut=IA0vIHu1bywuDnlQcZpSRQ
I get an error "bash: sqrl: command not found"
I repeated this, as root - same...
Another not very technical Linux user here. I am a little more positive than the OP. I struggled to get the linux sqrl software installed and then it failed the demo. Then I tried the Firefox extension, and set up my identity. Wow, that was so much easier.
But the demo still doesn't work -...
I understood that if my account was associated with the sqrl client (Firefox extension), I would only have to click the sqrl icon for login.
so far, it seems I must always enter the ENTIRE password.
I must be doing something wrong.
Please enlighten me.
Sorry for ignorance. I forgot that (effectively) the QR code transmits something different with each login. Thus, a static version of the QR code without the correct updating doesn't work (if I have that somewhat more correct now).
Thanks for clarifying.
For a computer to "read" a QR code on another device, I assume it must have a webcam or other "camera".
If such a computer has been compromised so that content from the webcam is sent via malware to another site, could my SQRL QR code be used by someone else to log into my sites as me?