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    Is there a compiled version of Delft's University of Technology software "Tribler" available for openSUSE 13.2? Zypper couldn't find it. There is a version for Ubuntu on http://www.tribler.org/download.html and they offer the free source for download.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ionmich View Post
    Is there a compiled version of Delft's University of Technology software "Tribler" available for openSUSE 13.2? Zypper couldn't find it. There is a version for Ubuntu on http://www.tribler.org/download.html and they offer the free source for download.

    Thanks in advance.
    Hi
    I grabbed the latest 6.4.0 source from github and will see about building a test package for you...
    https://github.com/Tribler/tribler/releases
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    I grabbed the latest 6.4.0 source from github and will see about building a test package for you...
    https://github.com/Tribler/tribler/releases
    That's very kind of you. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ionmich View Post
    That's very kind of you. Thanks!
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    There is a bit of work involved and some extra things to build, may take a few days...
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    while we're waiting for a build did you try alien?
    Depending on how the deb was compiled you might get it to work via alien
    https://software.opensuse.org/package/alien

    after you install alien you can convert the deb to rpm via
    #alien -r tribler_6.4.0_all.deb
    then install it with rpm
    #rpm -i tribler_6.4.0_all.rpm

    seeing how this is a python application the alien package should work if you have all the necessary python libs installed.

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    Hi
    So, at present can't get it to work because of https://github.com/Tribler/tribler/pull/616 (patents) looks like someone using fedora is looking at it.....
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    atm I'm on a win box and I can't test it, but from that bug report it seams the problem is m2crypto, it seams on Fedora it was compiled without elliptic curves, is the same true for openSUSE?
    does
    https://software.opensuse.org/package/python-M2Crypto
    come without elliptic curves?

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