Thanks, I downloaded the cryfs 10.x binary, which solved the problem. Now, what’s the process for getting that where end-users like me will find it? Preferable in the repo’s, or at least https://software.opensuse.org/package/cryfs ?
You cannot have it in the latter without having in the former. software.o.o is just a search engine for repositories.
Building of new version fails on Leap 15.3 because it needs range-v3 which is missing. So you would need to either patch out this requirement for Leap 15.3 (assuming it is optional) or provide it for Leap 15.3 so that cryfs can use it.
Bear with me, I’m just an end-user [scratching head in confusion]; since 99.99% of users are not going to “build” this, they’re just installing it…why are we shipping an outdated version that won’t open a file from any other distro? Even Debian Stable, which is notorious for being outdated, is shipping 10.2-5
It shows up under the “Show Experimental Packages”.
Unfortunately the s.o.o for 15.3 is broken and has been since it came out. I won’t say anything about it because it wouldn’t be pretty and I’d get banned from here if I said what I think about the main search engine for the distro being broken for 9 months.