Can you please try, this is a great comms app for all my devices, if it could work on my new L5 when it arrives i’ll be over the moon
I would like to know if the password managers KeePassX (package “keepassx”) and KeePassXC (package “keepassxc”) are working. Not to be mixed up with Keepass which is based on .Net as far as I know and would need to install mono on linux, which feel wrong to me.
The Linux version of KeePassX (in contrast to it’s Windows version) has build in AutoType which can be triggered with Ctrl + V. So you can put the curser in the browser or whatever into the username field of a login formular, switch to KeePassX, select the account, press the shortcut.
KeePassX will minimize itself can input your login credentials automatically. Really nice. Makes it handy to use 40 character 100% (pseudo)-random passwords.
Thanks in advance.
Another one. I am not up to date about porting the Signal messenger to Librem 5. Another approach could be to use Signal desktop. It runs fine on my Linux laptop, even if I don’t like those web-based local software.
curl -s https://updates.signal.org/desktop/apt/keys.asc | sudo apt-key add - echo "deb [arch=amd64] https://updates.signal.org/desktop/apt xenial main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/signal-xenial.list sudo apt update && sudo apt install signal-desktop
P.S. Oh, I see there is “[arch=amd64]” so I guess it doesn’t work this way. I don’t know it could simply be substituted with “[arch=arm]” or something similar or if the whole build must be reproduced for the Librem 5’s architecture.
Regarding KeepassXC - there is Password Safe, which is a GTK-based program which uses the KeepassXC format. I admittedly only started using it recently, but so far I haven’t had any issues, and I think it would be straightforward to modify for the phone (if it isn’t already done).
I think the problem with Signal desktop is that it syncs through a phone, so you need an Android/iOS phone with the Signal app to provide the functionality to the Signal desktop client (though perhaps after one initial set-up, you could use it just fine on the L5 exclusively)
Well, it just so happens that:
I uploaded another batch to which I found packages. If I couldn’t find the packages via apt get or flatpak (in case noted here) I did not try it. Some apps didn’t match good to the screen. Also it seems that for some videos I didn’t manage to get the screen recorder recording the right resolution - sorry for that. The telegram doesn’t show a lot as I neither have telegram nor wanted to give them my phone number - sorry! For nextcloud I skipped the part where you could see my server credentials.
Firefox is working it even boot faster than my pc lol, the issue seems about the windows to be adapted on the screen, i hope someone will work on it
You’re a good person.
thanks for making my morning happy…
Posting it here as well:
Pure Maps on L5 (QEMU) should be started with “-platform wayland” option, that will start it in full window and all will be visible. The video clearly suffers from Pure Maps window being shifted and wider than screen. Note that there is a version distributed via Flathub that can be tested on PCs
We should be able to change themes, right? Personally, I’m not a big fan of Caja using the Gnome icon theme.
Thank you for doing this!
I’d like to see if CHIRP (amateur radio programming software) runs. Information below:
And if you have time, xastir:
That’s a good question, should be interesting to know if theme can be changed, the default theme on librem is awfull
As such, on the desktop, it supports themes. I would expect the same on L5.
Thank you! I uploaded a new video with the stated option - that makes the app perfectly matching the screen and really promesing! I think we have found our navigation app
Cool to see CHIRP working!
Yeah!! I have no reason to believe the USB port won’t work for programming - excited to see how it works in the flesh.
Apps you want on the L5
will love to see if boinc is working also steam (csgo and other games) just for fun
Not sure if you have tried, but can you try to run the Exodus wallet?