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Shreyas Minocha
@shreyasminocha
iirc @dimqua set up the old bridge, so it would be best to contact them and request them to try reconfiguring it
they sent me "I have lost the admin right in the matrix room (by accident on mobile), so I have to recreate everything from scratch" on Gitter many moons ago, requesting me to kick matrixbot so they could fix things
i didn't have admin rights to this gitter room then
@nunbit_gitlab if you can host the bridge yourself, let me know. else we'll have to hope that @dimqua sees this and is still willing to host the bridge
nunbit
@nunbit_gitlab
THX for your replies, yea understand. you can also consider creating standalone librewolf matrix room and no one has to host anything and You can do it easily. matrix is great platform. :)
matrixbot
@matrixbot
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matrixbot
@matrixbot
bitbit on Freenode Hi. I only have access to use either Debian or Fedora. "flatpak install LibreWolf-76.0.1-1.x86_64.flatpak" returns "error: The application io.gitlab.LibreWolf/x86_64/master requires the runtime org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.36 which was not found". How do I install Librewolf with flatpak?
Christian Hofmann
@ohfp_gitlab

We've had that problem before, I think; see https://gitter.im/librewolf-community/librewolf?at=5e948b145d148a046002f027.

It would probably make sense to either document those steps somewhere and/or to also provide the flatpak-repo from the artifacts somewhere as well (eg. https://gitlab.com/librewolf-community/browser/linux/-/jobs/544612614/artifacts/browse ), so the "whole package" can be installed from it (if I grasped the flatpakness correctly there)

matrixbot
@matrixbot
bitbit on Freenode Christian Hofmann (Gitter): thanks I got help from the flatpak people. I only had to do initial setup of flatpak itself :)
Christian Hofmann
@ohfp_gitlab
great :)
matrixbot
@matrixbot
bitbit on Freenode Christian Hofmann (Gitter): however I am looking for a way to get updates for Librewolf without having to check the release page (like one would do with "dnf update" on Fedora)
bitbit on Freenode Christian Hofmann (Gitter): or does the .flatpak file give me the ability to do so with "flatpak update"?
Christian Hofmann
@ohfp_gitlab
Honestly: I'm not entirely certain. I think flatpaks can be semi-automatically updated once they're on flathub and appimages can be made updatable as well via appimageupdate/zsync(?).
None of those is possible with the current flatpak/appimage releases, as far as I know.
That's one of those topics that I've been wanting to tackle for a while now, but there's always so much other stuff to do, so, well, that's how it is ;)
matrixbot
@matrixbot
bitbit on Freenode Christian Hofmann (Gitter): thanks. maybe join #flatpak they were saying something along the lines that it's possible with flatpak
matrixbot
@matrixbot
bitbit on Freenode "submission process is documented at https://github.com/flathub/flathub/wiki/App-Submission"
matrixbot
@matrixbot
bitbit on Freenode Christian Hofmann (Gitter): does https://gitlab.com/librewolf-community/settings encapsulate the entirety of the the "no telemetry" feature? or is there some changes to the code as well?
bitbit on Freenode (the Firefox code that is)
Christian Hofmann
@ohfp_gitlab
most of it is in the settings; only very little needs to be done during compilation (https://gitlab.com/librewolf-community/browser/linux/-/blob/master/PKGBUILD#L85 as an example for the relevant build time options – which are still "regular" mozilla-provided options). most other changes during compilation only partially concern telemetry (disabling pocket, disabling some addons that miiiight collect data as well, removing some "privileged" certificates etc.).
matrixbot
@matrixbot
bitbit on Freenode I see. so Crash Reporter can't be disabled from settings? and "moz_data_reporting", "moz_services_healthreport", "moz_telemetry_reporting" those are all covered by settings but disabled from build code too just in case?
matrixbot
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matrixbot
@matrixbot
talcolm_murnbull Did I get kicked because I'm not on gitter/something else?
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Shreyas Minocha
@shreyasminocha
i think the bridge is broken talcolm_murnbull
nunbit
@nunbit_gitlab
Bookmarks are no longer suggesting when typing in address bar after 77 update. I didn't find any commit about this. How to change this?
Christian Hofmann
@ohfp_gitlab
Hm, that's odd. Might take ma a while to figure out – might be a strange side effect to the way the megabar has been disabled.
nunbit
@nunbit_gitlab
ok. thanks. for looking into
Christian Hofmann
@ohfp_gitlab
Yeah, that had actually broken things. I've just started a fresh build.
Christian Hofmann
@ohfp_gitlab
I've uploaded a new release, 77.0.1-2 – things should work better now :)
Blah Blah
@blahdeblah0_gitlab
Hate to ask such a basic question, but how do you install LibreWolf? I'm using Manjaro. I've been websearching and so on for a while. )=
Christian Hofmann
@ohfp_gitlab
With Manjaro, you're "in luck" – we're directly building an Arch-package for it. You can either install it via the AUR (https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/librewolf-bin for the binary, https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/librewolf to build from source), add a separate repo (https://privacyshark.zero-credibility.net – mostly for aarch64 packages, but also provides librewolf and caidao for x86_64), or just install it from the releases (download the appropriate pkg.tar.* file and install it via pacman -U /path/to/downloaded/file.pkg.tar.xz).
Shreyas Minocha
@shreyasminocha
@probonopd hey, could you help with librewolf-community/browser/linux#120? it seems that you're one of the appimageupdate devs, so you may have insight into this :)
matrixbot
@matrixbot
shreyasminocha test
shreyasminocha * test2
Shreyas Minocha
@shreyasminocha
Looks like the matrix bridge works fine
The matrix-telegram bridge, however, has some issues
Telegram is currently banning accounts for logging in to the t2bot.io bridge for unknown reasons. As a result, we have disabled the login page for the bridge until further notice.
Anyway, the matrix bridge is at #librewolf:matrix.org if you were unaware
I'll try to fix the telegram bridge once my phone is repaired
Shreyas Minocha
@shreyasminocha
I was going through the ghacksuserjs diffs for FF 70–, and I came across this discussion about ghacksuserjs
So if anyone has the skills and time to help those good folks, please pitch in :)
Stefen Wakefield
@xstefen_gitlab
w64 builds coming soon..;)
Shreyas Minocha
@shreyasminocha
🎉
Stefen Wakefield
@xstefen_gitlab
still battling clang-cl and finessing the built installer package to my liking but still, coming soon™
matrixbot
@matrixbot
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