flatpak run --filesystem=$SSH_AUTH_SOCK--env=SSH_AUTH_SOCK=$SSH_AUTH_SOCK org.remmina.Remmina
Just be aware that flatpak store data for installed applications (the XDG config/data folders) under $HOME/.var
So for instance, if you previously have installed remmina with another package manager, you will have to transfer what was under $HOME/.config/remmina and $HOME/.local/share/remmina under, respectively ~/.var/app/org.remmina.Remmina/config/remmina and ~/.var/app/org.remmina.Remmina/data/remmina
For users with a distro that supports Snap packages, including Ubuntu
We are still working to deliver a stable Snap package, but we still have many issues with SNAP packaging. If you encounter any issues, try first an other mean of installation and only after report the problem through https://github.com/FreeRDP/Remmina/issues.
Snap currently lacks some functionalities, read this chapter to find more informations.
Please also note note that currently the SNAP package does not work under Ubuntu 17.10 + Wayland, see issue #1414.
Ensure you've snapd installed in your system. Then in Ubuntu you can install the last release from the Software center, looking for remmina, otherwise you can install it from terminal with:
sudo snap install remmina
Please note that this is not enough to make remmina fully functional, due to some limitations of the snap subsystem.
Some features, for example password saving via a keyring, are disabled and must be manually enabled:
emerge -avk remmina*.tar.bz # From cp /usr/portage/packages/net-misc remmina* > /mnt/some-usb-stick to multiple boxesemerge -avk =net-misc/remmina-#??Version number # if you have a Bin-host/Binary package server defined on your lan
(version???) on other machines as a binary if you have many Gentoo machines... directly from file else bin host
Simply install the newest version of Remmina from the repository with the following command:
sudo eopkg update-reposudo eopkg install remmina
FOR DEVELOPERS, PACKAGERS AND TESTERS
Here, on github, we have three official branches:
"master" branch: the future 1.2.X version, which compiles with current freerdp master branch and will compile with freerdp 2.0 when released. We will do code developments and bugfixes here, on the master branch.
"oldmaster" branch: the 1.1.2 stable version, which compiles with freerdp 1.1 stable. We will only provide security fixes or critical bugs (i.e.: data corruption) fixes on version 1.1.X.
"gtk2" branch: a special remmina 1.1.1 version compatible with GTK2, compiles with freerdp 1.1 stable