I m missing support for OpenSUSE. I managed to install it from the rpm packages by force, but it would be nice to support it by default (even if there was just some generic linux tarball).
Also, it is shame that Twingate cannot be controlled in a standard way as all other VPN connections, from the NetworkManager UI (KDE/Gnome).
Hi @kubapet, thank you for trying Twingate and for hacking it to work with OpenSUSE! I’ll feed both bits of feedback back to our product management team and see if they can address these pain points.
Please note, Twingate can’t generally be controlled via standard Operating System VPN mechanisms because it is not a VPN so architecturally it doesn’t tie in perfectly to OS-level abstractions.
Could you please give us information how you install it?
I added the following path to the opensuse repos (as https) and I ignored the errors about the dependencies (libcurl, libc) and somehow worked. So it may be a good workaround.
Also in this link
https://packages.twingate.com/rpm/repodata/primary.xml you can find information about the location of rpm packages. Maybe something like this
zypper in twingate-x86_64.rpm
may work too.
@Emrul Please take into account extending the support for Opensuse too, I think it would not be difficult given that you have support for Fedora too.