A debian package containing slidge a bunch of legacy modules is available at https://git.sr.ht/~nicoco/slidge-debian.
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 slidge --legacy-module=your_importable_legacy_module
If you’re looking for the bleeding edge, download an artifact here.