Fix lockpid not found (#100)
* Look what wrong in test * Fix ls command * Fix unwanted dot for import * Look into Zeronet Browser folder * Check in data * Everything seems right but lets dig * Need configparser * It should fail * It should be fix * typo but it should be fix * Clean * More clean
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An attempt to create a dedicated browser for ZeroNet using PyQt5
This browser advantage compare to others is that it is bundle with ZeroNet in it.
It understand zero: url and will soon be filled with others ZeroNet specific features (dev tools, blocking clearnet, zeronet gui commands, app store, Tor out of the box, …).
This project offer a custom browser with ZeroNet bundle in it.
A custom browser could have several advantages :
It can also help non-tech people understanding what is running on the ZeroNet protocol and what is clearnet. The
127.0.0.1:43110 seems to be confusing for people.
ZeroNet Browser run on Linux, Windows and Mac OS*. You can download the release that fit you on the release page : https://github.com/rllola/ZeronetBrowser/releases
*Mac OS doesn’t entirely works. Help is needed to properly package it.
You will need python 3.
Install Python 3, PyQt 5 (see provision.sh) and pip.
$ pip3 install PyQt5-sip PyQt5 PyQtWebEngine pyinstaller $ cd ./Browser/ZeroNet && pip3 install -r requirements.txt
You can create your executable in Vagrant.
$ vagrant up
You can create an executable with pyinstaller.
You don’t have to be a programmer to contribute. You can also help us by testing the browser, give us feedback, helping with the documentation, design, etc…