I don't really know where is the right place for this on this forum, but I've started building rpm packages for go-ipfs.I guess that could help some people install go-ipfs.
Available at : https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/daftaupe/go-ipfs/
Please test and report any issue to me.
Updated to version 0.4.15.
I've built one package for OpenSUSE also as requested by one person on the IRC channel.
Available on https://software.opensuse.org/package/go-ipfs
Packages are now up-to-date with version 0.4.16.
Forgot to update, but 0.4.17 is available.
0.4.18 is available.I've added Fedora 29 to the list of available distros.
Nice! Can you fix the package description and propose it to the official repositories?
Hmm it's not so easy to have a real package in Fedora style, but I might try when I get some time.What's wrong with the description ? I took what was written on the go-ipfs Github repository.
The opensuse package has the description for the Hugo package. (I was talking about the opensuse rpm)
Hello, I fixed it, sorry I didn't get notified of your message.I'll have to update the opensuse package to a newer version too.
Could you please submit these to the main Fedora repository proper?
Like I said, it's a lot of work to propose it to the official repo, because all dependencies should be packaged independently.
Packages for OpenSUSE are updated to 0.4.18 by the way.
go-ipfs v0.4.19 has been published as rpms some time ago, but I didn't update this post.
I'm working with a guy from OpenSUSE to get it published in the official repos