This article is a draft and may contain incomplete or incorrect information.
Creating HandBrake flatpak bundles and repository
Install flatpak and flatpak-builder
sudo dnf install flatpak flatpak-builder
Install flathub repository.
flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://dl.flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
Install flatpak freedesktop SDK.
flatpak install flathub org.freedesktop.Sdk//1.6
Install flatpak freedesktop runtime platform.
flatpak install flathub org.freedesktop.Platform//1.6
Create a new HandBrake flatpak bundle
This may be done on a different machine than the repo.
From the HandBrake source tree, update build versions by running configure
Build signed flatpak packages for GUI and CLI.
cd build make pkg.create.flatpak PGP_ID=<optional signing key id>
Or to build unsigned flatpak packages.
cd build make pkg.create.flatpak
After the build completes, the flatpak packages for the GUI and CLI can be found in:
And an OSTree repository where the packages have been committed and signed with the above PGP ID can be found in:
If PGP_ID is omitted, the OSTree commit will be unsigned.
Install flatpak bundle
To use the flatpak bundle directly instead of importing it into a repository and then installing from the repository:
flatpak install <flatpak-bundle>
Add OSTree repo to flatpak repo list (Optional)
This is only for test purposes currently. Ultimately, we might want to establish an “official” repo location that we publish new bundles to. Currently, the repo is just a product of the build and is not meant to be reused across builds.
Add the new repository to your flatpak remotes
flatpak --user remote-add <repo-name> <repo-dir>
Of if the repos was generated without PGP signed commits
flatpak --user remote-add --no-gpg-verify <repo-name> <repo-dir>
Check repo and application (Optional)
List contents of the repo
flatpak --user remote-ls <repo-name>
Install the application (if you wish to test it)
flatpak --user install <repo-name> <app-name>