A Gemini server
gmid also bundles a small gemini client called ‘gg’ (gemini get)
Some distros provide a package — thanks to the maintainers!
Source code and precompiled binaries for linux are available:
When in doubt, compile from source: it’s easy and takes less than a minute on a raspberry pi 3. The dependencies are:
Once all the dependencies are installed, building is as easy as:
$ curl -LO https://github.com/omar-polo/gmid/releases/download/1.8.3/gmid-1.8.3.tar.gz $ tar xzvf gmid-1.8.3.tar.gz $ cd gmid-1.8.3 $ ./configure $ make $ sudo make install # eventually
A SHA256 file is available. However, that only checks for accidental corruption: you can use signify (SHA256.sig and the public key gmid-1.8.pub). The signify public key for the next release ‘gmid-1.9.pub’ is also included.
To verify the signatures with signify(1)
% signify -C -p gmid-1.8.pub -x SHA256.sig Signature Verified gg.linux.amd64: OK gmid-1.8.2-binaries.tar.gz: OK gmid-1.8.2.tar.gz: OK gmid-1.8.pub: OK gmid-1.9.pub: OK gmid.linux.amd64: OK