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a pure wayland shell for mobile devices like Purism's Librem 5.
phosh is licensed under the GPLv3+.
Getting the source
git clone https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/phosh cd phosh
The master branch has the current development version.
On a Debian based system run
sudo apt-get -y install build-essential sudo apt-get -y build-dep .
For an explicit list of dependencies check the
Build-Depends entry in the
If your distro doesn't ship libhandy you need to build that from source. More details are in the gitlab-ci.yml file.
We use the meson (and thereby Ninja) build system for phosh. The quickest way to get going is to do the following:
meson . _build ninja -C _build ninja -C _build install
To run the tests run
ninja -C _build test
For details see the .gitlab-ci.yml file.
There are some thorough tests not run during CI which can e.g. be run via
gtester -m thorough _build/tests/test-idle-manager
Running from the source tree
When running from the source tree start the compositor phoc. Then start phosh using:
or in one command:
../phoc/_build/run -E '_build/run -U' -C ./data/phoc.ini
When running nested it's recommended to skip the
SKIP_GNOME_SESSION=1 ../phoc/_build/run -E '_build/run -U' -C ./data/phoc.ini
This will make sure the needed gsettings schema is found. The '-U' option makes sure the shell is not locked on startup so you can test with arbitrary passwords. This works on hardware as well as nested on other desktop environments. The result should look something like this:
Running from the Debian packages
If you're running a display manager like GDM or LightDM you can select the
Phosh session from the display managers menu. If you want run without a
display manager but nevertheless start phosh at system boot there's a systemd
unit file in /lib/systemd/system/phosh which is disabled by default:
systemctl enable phosh systemctl start phosh
This runs phosh as the user with user id 1000 (which needs to exist). If you don't have that user and don't want to create one you can make systemd run phosh as any user by using an override file:
$ cat /etc/systemd/system/phosh.service.d/override.conf [Service] User=<your_user>
All of the above use the
/usr/bin/phosh script to start compositor and shell
under the hood so if you just want to start phosh from the system console once
invoke that script directly.
This is handled via GNOMEs infra, see https://wiki.gnome.org/TranslationProject and https://l10n.gnome.org/module/phosh/.
Getting in Touch
- Issue tracker: https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/phosh
- Mailing list: https://lists.community.puri.sm/listinfo/librem-5-dev
- Matrix: https://im.puri.sm/#/room/#phosh:talk.puri.sm
- XMPP: firstname.lastname@example.org
For details see the developer documentation.