Containers for arm64 and amd64 are available on docker hub. See Containers for more details.
Debian packages for bullseye (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 # add the repo, replace 'release' with 'nightly' if you're feeling adventurous echo "deb [signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/slidge.gpg] http://deb.slidge.im/repo/debian release main" \ > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/slidge.list # install apt update && apt install slidge -y # launch slidge --legacy-module=slidge.plugins.whatsapp
See Debian packages for information about how to launch slidge as a daemon via systemd.
Tagged releases are uploaded to pypi and should be installable on any distro with pipx.
Make sure that
python3-gdbm is available on your system.
You can check that this is the case by running
python3 -c "import dbm.gnu"
which will exit with return code 0 if it’s available.
pipx install slidge[signal] # you can replace signal with another legacy service, eg telegram slidge --legacy-module=slidge.plugins.signal
If you’re looking for the bleeding edge, download an artifact here.