|FLATPAK REMOTE(5)||flatpak remote||FLATPAK REMOTE(5)|
NAME¶flatpak-remote - Configuration for a remote
DESCRIPTION¶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/.
FILE FORMAT¶The remote config file format is using the same .ini file format that is used for systemd unit files or application .desktop files.
[remote ...]¶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