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Discord

https://discordapp.com/

Discord is an all-in-one voice and text chat for gamers that's free (beer), secure, and works on both your desktop and phone.
This is a modified version of Discord to remove the patent encumbered ffmpeg and swap with electron's pre-built non-patent ffmpeg lib.

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PERMISSION 0000004545 4.44 KB over 4 years
com.discordapp.Discord.appdata.xml 0000006042 5.9 KB 10 months
discord-0.0.19.tar.gz 0077400663 73.8 MB 3 days
discord-symbolic.svg 0000001196 1.17 KB over 2 years
discord.changes 0000007562 7.38 KB 2 days
discord.spec 0000004476 4.37 KB 3 days
ffmpeg-v10.4.3-linux-x64.zip 0004454333 4.25 MB over 1 year
Comments 10

Wojciech Kazubski's avatar

wkazubski wrote over 1 year ago

Please submit this version to Factory:NonFree, openSUSE:Leap:15.2:NonFree:Update and openSUSE:Leap:15.3:NonFree. All older versions there does not work anymore.


Mathias Homann's avatar

lemmy04 wrote about 1 year ago

And please do this again now that 0.0.15 is out. Same reasoning applies.

edit: i just saw you already submitted to factory... :)


Jon Brightwell's avatar

moozaad wrote about 1 year ago

yeh I usually wait on that. I have to say I did miss the last 15.2 update, must have given an error I overlooked. The maintenance process is non-obvious.


Dmitry Sidorov's avatar

JonMagon wrote over 1 year ago

After the update, it crashes immediately after startup


Jimmy Berry's avatar

boombatower wrote over 1 year ago

Perhaps file a bug report with more details as it does not crash for me I and I would bet it does not for those that updated it.


Dmitry Sidorov's avatar

JonMagon wrote over 1 year ago

There was only "[WebContents] crashed" with no details. I downloaded the original tar.xz and ran the binary from there, now everything works.


Alex George's avatar

ZeroKnight wrote over 1 year ago

I had to do this as well. I'm not sure why, but 0.0.14 doesn't seem to like the patent-free libffmpeg.so included in the package spec. I replaced the installed /usr/lib64/discord/libffmpeg.so with the one included in the 0.0.14 tarball and it launched without issue.


Jon Brightwell's avatar

moozaad wrote over 1 year ago

Doing an update to v10 electron as is latest working. But please use bugzilla for bugs as I didn't see this until recently.


Dave Plater's avatar

plater wrote 10 months ago

Discord requires libc++1 which no longer exists in Tumbleweed.


Maurizio Galli's avatar

mauriziogalli wrote 7 months ago

@Mailaender removing explicit runtime dependendencies is causing issues of discord not loading due libatomic1 being required but not being installed. It seems that there is no automatic detection for it.

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