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Packaging OSCAR for Linux
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Packaging OSCAR for Linux
Hi there,

I've been a lurker in the forums for quite a few years now, and it was essential in getting answers to all my questions when I was diagnosed with Sleep Apnea. It has helped me a lot. What a great community!

Anyway, to give something back, I packaged SleepyHead for OpenSUSE a few years ago (and got it into the official repositories). I recently did the same for OSCAR. 
You can find it here: https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/...scar/oscar

In case anyone is interested, I can also package it for other distributions. Open Build Service can package for 27+ distributions/architectures. I could also tie it in to package development versions directly from github if needed.
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