Ask me any app - I will show it


#28

We should be able to change themes, right? Personally, I’m not a big fan of Caja using the Gnome icon theme.


#29

Thank you for doing this!
I’d like to see if CHIRP (amateur radio programming software) runs. Information below:
https://chirp.danplanet.com/projects/chirp/wiki/Home
https://chirp.danplanet.com/projects/chirp/wiki/Running_Under_Linux#serial-port-permissions

And if you have time, xastir:
https://xastir.org/index.php/Main_Page

Thanks again!
-cc


#30

That’s a good question, should be interesting to know if theme can be changed, the default theme on librem is awfull


#31

As such, on the desktop, it supports themes. I would expect the same on L5.


#32

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 :smiley:


#33

Cool to see CHIRP working!


#34

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
#35

will love to see if boinc is working also steam (csgo and other games) just for fun


#36

Not sure if you have tried, but can you try to run the Exodus wallet?


#37

It’s just that I have the notion that the features of that password safe doesn’t satisfy my needs. Which APT package is it? Is it “passwordsafe”? Which seems to be https://pwsafe.org/

Thanks anyway. :slight_smile:


#38

It’s not from qemu, but it’s related from Guadec:


#39

in the Librem5 image (qemu) i dont see an application for mail :roll_eyes:

what application should I use? Thunderbird


#40

Let’s wait and see what is available at release. Time will tell.


#41

You are right, Signal desktop currently only supports amd64, but not armhf/arm64 (https://github.com/signalapp/Signal-Desktop/issues/3410) or i386 (https://github.com/signalapp/Signal-Desktop/issues/1661), but it still should work in the mentioned qemu environment, if the system has been compiled for amd64.


#42

Thank you for doing this. What about Brave browser, Bitwarden password manager and Authy passcode generator?


#43

It’s nice to see some apps running on future OS that will be shipped on librem 5. What about showing us anki? Thanks!


#44

How about the Signal message app since I believe it is on Mint os? That would be nice to have. I am on Samsung tablet so don’t have the link. If needed let me know and it will get.


#45

Last I checked, the Signal Desktop clients still require an Android or iOS client to function. The desktop clients are thus not fully standalone. In principle, you could install it on the Librem 5 (assuming there is an ARM version?), and if you first sync it with an Android/iOS client, then you could use it on the Librem 5. But it would be dependent on the Android/iOS phone, and also, I don’t think the UI would scale properly for the Librem 5 screen.


#46

Thanks for the followup. Too bad! I just assumed it was a linux based rewritten for desk top. Very bad to asume. I should have checked first.


#47

You will find more informations about it here: