|info:||A multi-platform browser and semantic agent for the distributed web|
galacteek is a multi-platform Qt5-based browser and semantic agent for the distributed web
Please go to the download section on the website
On MacOS: After opening/mounting the DMG image, hold Control and click on the galacteek icon, and select Open and accept. You probably need to allow the system to install applications from anywhere in the security settings. Create an issue if you have problems running the DMG image.
You'll need to have git installed to sync hashmarks repositories.
Docker images are available. They run the full GUI inside a virtual Xorg server (using Xvfb). A VNC server runs on TCP port 5900 of the container, just use a regular VNC client to access the interface. The password to access the VNC service is printed to the console when starting the container.
Pull the image and run it with:
docker pull registry.gitlab.com/galacteek/galacteek:pimp-my-dweb-latest-x11vnc docker run -p 5900:5900 -t registry.gitlab.com/galacteek/galacteek:pimp-my-dweb-latest-x11vnc
If you want to persist the container's galacteek data on your system, use the following:
mkdir /usr/local/galacteek-docker docker run -p 5900:5900 -v /usr/local/galacteek-docker:/home/galacteek -t registry.gitlab.com/galacteek/galacteek:pimp-my-dweb-latest-x11vnc
Open your VNC client using the container's IP address (port 5900) using the password issued on the container's console.
You can view all the available docker images here in the container registry.
See the sponsor page for all the possible ways to donate to this project.
From the galacteek main window, go to the Messenger workspace and select Compose. In the recipient field, type in galacteek, select the galacteek-support contact, write your message and hit Send.
Alternatively, from the galacteek main window, go to the Information menu on the top right and select About. Just click on the Author link (cipres) and it will automatically start the BitMessage composer with my BitMessage address.
galacteek can either spawn an IPFS daemon and use it as transport, or connect to an existing IPFS daemon. By default it will try to run a daemon. You can change the IPFS connection settings by clicking on the settings icon in the toolbar and restart the application afterwards. If using a custom daemon, you should enable pubsub and p2p streams, or some features won't be available (Check this page for more information).
Use the -d command-line switch to enable debugging output. Using --profile gives you the ability to have separate application profiles (main is the default profile). Use --help for all options.
If you've changed some settings and want to go back to the default configuration, use --config-defaults.
You can run the IPFS daemon in offline mode, using --offline
Time-rotated log files can be found in the $HOME/.local/share/galacteek/main/logs directory
Enable colorized log output with --log-color
Please see the shortcuts page (or from the application, click on the Information icon in the toolbar, which will open the documentation).
For instructions on how to build the application, look at the BUILDING page.
Contributions that can help:
Because of the nature of the software's stack (asyncio/Quamash), support for any other platform is unlikely.
galacteek is offered under the GNU GPL3 license
The logos and animations are licensed under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA license.
The BT client code (galacteek.torrent module) is licensed under the MIT license, Copyright (c) 2016 Alexander Borzunov
Some elements from the ipfs-css repository (CSS files and fonts) are included.
Some icons from the "Oxygen" icons set are included.
This software incudes icons made by the following FlatIcon authors:
Some of the beautiful artwork (under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA license) from the ipfs-logo project's repository is included, unchanged.