Cloudflare warp

While install Cloudflare Package Repository

  • Focal (20.04)
  • Xenial (16.04)

Tried both but,unable to install

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Which version and flavour of ZorinOS do you have e.g. Z15.3 Core, Lite etc or maybe Z16 Core Beta?

z16 beta

Welcome to the forum.
Z16 is based on Ubuntu 20.04.
Do you have your Software Updater pointing to "Main Server" or a local/national sever? Main server is best.
Lets see if someone on here with relevant knowledge can help you.

You can try the .deb pacakge, instead:
https://pkg.cloudflareclient.com/uploads/cloudflare_warp_2021_6_1_1_amd64_6ef396af63.deb

im new to linux installed WRAP through terminal but unable access the app in menu.need guide how to open app.

I have never used the app, so I cannot offer much help on use. You might try launching it from terminal if it is a GUI

cloudflare-warp

Here are the setup instructions (which imply that WARP is a CLI only - that is Command Line Interface):
https://developers.cloudflare.com/warp-client/setting-up/linux/

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Ubuntu

First, install the repository's GPG key:curl https://pkg.cloudflareclient.com/pubkey.gpg | sudo apt-key add -Then add the repository (replace with the Ubuntu release name):echo 'deb http://pkg.cloudflareclient.com/ <RELEASE> main' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/cloudflare-client.listFor example,echo 'deb http://pkg.cloudflareclient.com/ focal main' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/cloudflare-client.listThe supported releases are:

  • Focal (20.04)
  • Xenial (16.04)

Finally, update the APT cache:sudo apt updateand now packages from this repository can be installed directly with APT!

ERROR:
Skipping acquire of configured file 'main/binary-i386/Packages' as repository 'http://pkg.cloudflareclient.com focal InRelease' doesn't support architecture 'i386'

As found on:

Sadly the internet is replete with useless guides on how to use Warp+ on Linux based operating systems. Here we will share a working guide. We will assume you have a computer running Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.

  • First of all, install Wireguard (this is an awesome piece of VPN tech but that’s a story for another day). Open a terminal and run these commands.
    • sudo apt update
    • sudo apt install wireguard
    • Test to see if wireguard is installed properly by running wg-quick
  • Go to this repository on Github and familiarise yourself with the utility we are going to use called wgcf that is Wireguard Cloudflare
  • Go to the repository’s precompiled releases page Releases · ViRb3/wgcf · GitHub
  • Choose a binary that matches your system. For most people that is probably going to be the Linux amd64 binary but if you use an Arm processor download the Arm version
  • I will assume you have downloaded the Linux AMD64 binary which is currently wgcf_2.1.4_linux_amd64
  • Open the terminal and go to the downloads folder:
    • cd ~/Downloads
  • Make a new directory:
    • mkdir cloudflare
  • Move the binary into the cloudflare folder and make it executable
    • mv wgcf_2.1.4_linux_amd64 ./cloudflare/wgcf
    • cd ./cloudflare
    • chmod +x wgcf
  • Create a Warp+ account:
    • ./wgcf register
    • Press enter to accept Cloudflare’s Terms and conditions. Make sure to familiarise yourself with these.
  • Now generate a wireguard configuration file
    • ./wgcf generate
  • When all this is done you should have two newly created files in this folder. The one we need for the next step is called wgcf-profile.conf
  • Copy that file into the wireguard configuration folder:
    • sudo cp wgcf-profile.conf /etc/wireguard/

It is terminal based.

@r00p35h I'm confused. Is it "wrap" or "warp"?
If there is a simple typo in the title then that should be corrected to aid future searches on the subject.

It's Warp...a vpn service with secure dns

I have since corrected typo from "wrap" to "warp" in thread title.