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gemini2k
Can anyone with some linux experience share how NTFY can be installed on the Gemini? It comes up with some errors. (https://ntfy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/)
Adam Boardman
I've not tried it and I'm sure you read this section of the docs about installing some extra things for debian:
https://ntfy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/#linu...fications-linux

Would be interesting for you to try it on desktop stretch so we at least know if we are debugging a generic debian problem or a gemini specific one.
Eric BF
QUOTE(gemini2k @ Oct 30 2018, 09:15 AM) *
Can anyone with some linux experience share how NTFY can be installed on the Gemini? It comes up with some errors.

What errors?

In any case, I use notify-send which is found in the libnotify-bin Debian package. I would recommend it, especially as it is a standard part of Debian and because it does essentially the same job.
gemini2k
QUOTE(Eric BF @ Oct 31 2018, 06:42 AM) *
QUOTE(gemini2k @ Oct 30 2018, 09:15 AM) *
Can anyone with some linux experience share how NTFY can be installed on the Gemini? It comes up with some errors.

What errors?

In any case, I use notify-send which is found in the libnotify-bin Debian package. I would recommend it, especially as it is a standard part of Debian and because it does essentially the same job.


Thank for your tip libnotify did the job
Eric BF
QUOTE(gemini2k @ Nov 7 2018, 08:39 PM) *
Thank for your tip libnotify did the job

Excellent. You may wish to look at installing dunst which is an alternative tool for showing the actual notifications, one that I have found to be more easily configurable than the default (not sure which tool is the default, mind you).
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