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Is there more information of the ClearShare app?
Monday, January 28 2019, 07:23 PM
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    Sunday, September 05 2021, 08:57 AM - #Permalink
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    ClearSHARE is currently in updates-testing but is not in a releasable state (for a start, the Webconfig menu is not appearing). It will require app-clearlife which is also in updates-testing, when I set up the dependency. What has to be noted is that this is really for the phone infrastructure. ClearSHARE uses Sia under the hood, but Sia needs a digital wallet to function. This is all managed through ClearLIFE which links back to your identity and key words on your ClearPHONE. I do not believe that there is an intention to manage the app (Sia) directly through ClearOS.

    There is another caveat with ClearSHARE. There is a shell script packaged with it and it is not fully integrated. At some point the user has to execute some commands manually, but I have no idea what or when.

    Sia itself can be managed manually using the siac command line, if anyone was interested, so does not need ClearSHARE or ClearLIFE. The only thing is that once you have installed it, close your shell and open a new one before you try to manage it.
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    Sunday, September 05 2021, 08:27 AM - #Permalink
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    Monday, January 28 2019, 08:40 PM - #Permalink
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    Oh, okay. That is a really strange action from Redhat. I read it awhile ago. Thank you for the information. If you have more information in future please let me know.
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    Monday, January 28 2019, 08:32 PM - #Permalink
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    It was due out last year then hit issues during development. Then RedHat pulled the rug from under it by deprecating BTRFS which it relied on. The devs are working on an alternative file system supported by RedHat. I don't know the ETA yet.
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