FAQ for Native Linux client

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Bert Put

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Jun 4, 2018
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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:

git clone https://github.com/Novators/libsqrl.git
cd libsqrl
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make

Once libsqrl is built, you can obtain a copy of sqrl from github and build it by following directions in README.md.

I currently use sqrl by copying the sqrl:// link from the "login via SQRL" button, and then paste it to the command line that already has the "sqrl " command typed in. The command will look like this: "sqrl sqrl://..."

I hope someone can provide information about how to automatically fire the sqrl client by clicking on the sqrl://... link in the browser. :)

If the forum software allows it I will modify this post as more useful information comes to light.
 
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