openSUSE Leap & Flatpak
FOSS Enthusiast and Part-Time Musician.
openSUSE MicroOS Desktop User.
Contributor at openSUSE, GNOME, Flatpak and Flathub.
This proposal is a continuation of my previous topic on last summit "Flatpak & AppImage Usage on openSUSE. Which One Suitable for openSUSE Users?" (https://events.opensuse.org/conference/summitasia17/program/proposal/1502) that i'm rely on Flatpak on openSUSE Leap since 42.x until 15.0.
Using Flatpak on openSUSE is such a great way that people can use latest application through Flatpak on stable system with openSUSE Leap. Sometimes, people also can try nightly build apps with Flatpak without dependencies hell or break the system and install the same apps with multiple versions. Flatpak (formerly xdg-app) is a software utility for software deployment, package management, and application virtualization for Linux desktop computers. It provides a sandbox environment in which users can run applications in isolation from the rest of the system. Applications using Flatpak need permission from the user to control hardware devices or access the user's files.
On this proposal, I will tell my experience that i am encounter in daily use on last two years on using Flatpak with openSUSE Leap. The audience are Linux user, begineer or advanced. Attendees can expect a how Flatpak use on openSUSE Leap in a great way. This proposal will help users to know how to install with software packages without being confused with dependencies.
- 2018 August 12 - 14:15
- 15 min
- Conference Room #201
- openSUSE.Asia Summit 2018