Hello, new user and first post here. Hope I’m not barking up the wrong tree. I wanted to install the client on my openSUSE Leap 15.1 desktop (KDE), but there is no package for that distro. I spent a couple hours vetting out the dependencies via openSUSE’s package management system, working through the build errors, and while going along I created a small and simple bash script that “automagically” does the same work that I had done by hand. So far, the client appears to be working as well as it does on my Debian install (this is after just poking around and “kicking the tires”, more time would be needed to be sure it’s stable long-term on openSUSE.
I’d like to share the build/install script with anyone who wants it. This forum doesn’t allow me to attach a .sh script, so I instead forked the project on GitHub and made a commit of the file into my own fork. Link below.
Process to install would be to simply copy down the script, then run:
chmod +x bluecherry_client_install_opensuse.sh