Not sure of maniphest jargon, but I see that this was accepted for inclusion. Does this means that zerotier package is work in progress?
I fear the official instrllation script, oriented to the main distro (deb, rpm, bsd, etc.) because it could break solus.
I prayed Freya but it seems she's around with her cats.
This has sat in accepted for inclusion for 6 months now. Clearly, there is a lack of demand for the inclusion of this software, nobody has stepped up to provide a patch, maintain it, and properly integrate it. Closing as a result. Feel free to reopen but only when someone offers a patch via our proper patch submission methods and volunteers to be maintainer.
All the information you're after is already in this task. The request to include it has been accepted but no one has stepped up to do the work to package it for Solus and become the maintainer. So the task is closed until someone does so. To be clear you don't have to be a Solus team member to do this. If there was any other news, it would be noted here.
ZeroTier is a great solution, using it daily.
I have build it from source on my solus machines using the procedure below.
I'll try to package it in the coming weeks, would love to learn packaging for Solus.
eopkg install systemd-devel llvm-clang -y
git clone https://github.com/zerotier/ZeroTierOne.git
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/zerotier/ZeroTierOne/master/debian/zerotier-one.service -O /etc/systemd/system/zerotier.service
systemctl enable zerotier
systemctl start zerotier
We can't enforce these license terms:
Additional Use Grant: You may make use of the Licensed Work, provided you do not use it in any of the following ways: * Sell hosted ZeroTier services as a "SaaS" Product (1) Operate or sell access to ZeroTier root servers, network controllers, or authorization key or certificate generation components of the Licensed Work as a for-profit service, regardless of whether the use of these components is sold alone or is bundled with other services. Note that this does not apply to the use of ZeroTier behind the scenes to operate a service not related to ZeroTier network administration. * Create Non-Open-Source Commercial Derviative Works (2) Link or directly include the Licensed Work in a commercial or for-profit application or other product not distributed under an Open Source Initiative (OSI) compliant license. See: https://opensource.org/licenses (3) Remove the name, logo, copyright, or other branding material from the Licensed Work to create a "rebranded" or "white labeled" version to distribute as part of any commercial or for-profit product or service. * Certain Government Uses (4) Use or deploy the Licensed Work in a government setting in support of any active government function or operation with the exception of the following: physical or mental health care, family and social services, social welfare, senior care, child care, and the care of persons with disabilities.