|FLATPAK REMOTE(5)||flatpak remote||FLATPAK REMOTE(5)|
flatpak-remote - Configuration for a remote
Flatpak stores information about configured remotes for an installation location in $installation/repo/config. For example, the remotes for the default system-wide installation are in $prefix/var/lib/flatpak/repo/config, and the remotes for the per-user installation are in $HOME/.local/share/flatpak/repo/config.
Normally, it is not necessary to edit remote config files directly, the flatpak remote-modify command should be used to change properties of remotes.
System-wide remotes can be statically preconfigured by dropping flatpakref files into /etc/flatpak/remotes.d/.
The remote config file format is using the same .ini file format that is used for systemd unit files or application .desktop files.
All the configuration for the the remote with name NAME is contained in the [remote "NAME"] group.
The following keys are recognized by OSTree, among others:
This is ignored if collection-id is set, as refs are verified in commit metadata in that case. Enabling gpg-verify-summary would break peer to peer distribution of refs.
All flatpak-specific keys have a xa. prefix:
[remote "gnome-nightly-apps"] gpg-verify=true gpg-verify-summary=true url=https://sdk.gnome.org/nightly/repo-apps/ xa.title=GNOME Applications
[remote "flathub"] gpg-verify=true gpg-verify-summary=false collection-id=org.flathub.Stable url=https://dl.flathub.org/repo/ xa.title=Flathub