[Freedombox-discuss] Installing apps that aren't available for distro

Joseph Nuthalapati njoseph at thoughtworks.com
Wed May 9 06:25:38 BST 2018

Sorry, there was one big mistake in FAQ #5. You shouldn't install
FreedomBox applications manually. Please install it from Plinth after
editing the apt sources file to point to unstable. I've updated the FAQ
as well.

On Sunday 06 May 2018 11:17 PM, Joseph Nuthalapati wrote:
> Please see FAQ #5 here
> https://salsa.debian.org/freedombox-team/plinth/snippets/29
> On Saturday 05 May 2018 06:52 AM, andy at xsmail.com wrote:
>> Some apps aren't available on my distro (such as ttrss and deluge). What are my options if I do want to install them?
>> Can I add the PPA for the missing package to apt-get, or manually install the app and freedombox will recognize it?
>> I installed Freedombox test using the Raspberry Pi 2 image.
>> Thanks, sorry for the naive question
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Joseph Nuthalapati

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