Packages are signed with gpg-key, so removing shasums
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WireGUIde is a free and open source graphical user interface for WireGuard: https://www.wireguard.com/. Using WireGUIde you will be able to easily manage you Wireguard client connections on GNU/Linux without the need to use the terminal. WireGUIde uses NetworkManager as a backend, so it is compatible with connections set up with nmcli.
It makes use of:
- libnm (https://developer.gnome.org/libnm/stable/usage.html)
- wxPython (https://wxpython.org/)
- GObject Introspection (https://gi.readthedocs.io/en/latest/)
Thanks to Jan Bodnar of zetcode.com for the valuable tutorial on wxPython dialogs:
Thanks to CoreUI for providing a free and open source WireGuard Icon:
WireGUIde requires a fairly recent version of network-manager, and of course wireguard support. For example, while wireguard is available from buster-backports, network-manager for Debian Buster is too old (1.14.6). WireGUIde is known to work on Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora versions with network-manager >= 1.22.10. That means that it will work on Debian Bullseye, Ubuntu Focal, Ubuntu Groovy and Fedora 33 or later.
Please use supplied debian and rpm repos. Packages are signed with gpg.
curl https://repo.mic.ke/PUBLIC.KEY | sudo apt-key add - curl https://repo.mic.ke/debian/debian-micke-unstable.list | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/debian-micke-unstable.list sudo apt update && sudo apt install wireguide
Unless you are using resolvconf and systemd-resolvd, NetworkManager might empty /etc/resolv.conf when you remove the last tunnel. This step is optional, but recommended:
sudo apt install resolvconf sudo systemctl restart systemd-resolved.service
wget https://repo.mic.ke/PUBLIC.KEY sudo rpm --import PUBLIC.KEY sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo https://repo.mic.ke/rpm/rpm-micke.repo sudo dnf install wireguide