I am uncertain if this is the correct forum category to post this and if I am lost, please forgive me for not knowing where to post this.
I have completed this task using Fedora and alien (converting a deb install for rpm). And while Fedora can be a useful operating system, I much prefer EndeavourOS. I like it so much that I have been slowly converting some of my family to use EndeavourOS Linux. However, a few older (senior) members of my family are smart enough to use a VPN, but not so inclined to use the terminal. However, I set up their computer is likely going to be how it will remain (minus updates). They more GUI friendly, the better.
I do not pretend to be a super advance user. My biggest issues with Linux in general, the naming scheme. Things are no always transparent and so when a system says it is missing “gir1.2-nm-1.0” I am not sure what the comparison package is in another distro is or what alternative package my supply my requirements.
Here is the location of the deb file https://ocean.surfshark.com/debian/pool/main/s/surfshark/ I have successfully, I believe have debtap to convert this into surfshark-1.3.0-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst
warning: cannot resolve "gir1.2-nm-1.0", a dependency of "surfshark" warning: cannot resolve "lsb-base>=3.2", a dependency of "surfshark" warning: cannot resolve "wireguard-modules>=0.0.20191219", a dependency of "surfshark"
But as I said, I am not 100% what the comparison package is in another distro is or what alternative package my supply my requirements.