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All-in-one debian package for slidge-based gateways
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#Slidge-debian

Debian packages for slidge and various legacy modules:

builds.sr.ht status deb.slidge.im latest nightly version

#Installing

Debian packages for bookworm (amd64 and arm64) are built on each push to master as artifacts of this build job.

A repo is maintained by IGImonster. To use it do this (as root):

# trust the repo's key
wget -O- http://deb.slidge.im/repo/slidge.gpg.key \
  |gpg --dearmor \
  |tee /usr/share/keyrings/slidge.gpg > /dev/null
echo "deb [signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/slidge.gpg] http://deb.slidge.im/repo/debian bookworm nightly" \
  > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/slidge.list
# install
apt update && apt install slidge -y

#Configuring

Replace superduper by the legacy module you want to use, e.g., matteridge.

Edit and remove the .example extension for /etc/slidge/conf.d/common.conf and /etc/slidge/superduper.conf.example.

Refer to each legacy module documentation for more info on the various configuration options, and for instructions about setting up the XMPP server.

#Launching

Enable and start the service with sudo systemctl enable --now slidge@superduper.service.