I’m not talking about VNC’ing into the L5, but using a VNC viewer on the phone to view other computers.
This has been one of the main ways I’ve broken the bands of technology personally. Now, when I look at a device to use for work, I can focus on things that matter, like battery life, form factor and portability, durability, etc. I then don’t need to check if the cpu supports virtualization, if I have enough ram for VMs, etc.
If the device I’m using supports SSH, tunneling, and VNC viewers then I can access whatever computer I need remotely, and work regardless of the device I’m using.
It isn’t fun trying to work on code on a tiny android phone, but when it needs to be done, you’ll find, you’ll use just about anything.
What problem and what solution? I know the L5 is thick, but I was unaware of it being really considered a problem and there being a special solution for it.
I’ve got a question, can you encrypt the disk?
Thanks everyone! Got a big list of stuff I’m trying out over the weekend. I’ll get some pictures and video clips up.
This is fun.
Please test an email program like tinymail, evolution or thunderbird.
Thanks in advance.
In the below post, you can read :
So, for the hardware/design team, this must have been a problem or it wouldn’t take this chamfers form.
Now I have seen the shape in the videos, the bevelled shape with chamfers is very interesting because it does not shock the eye. With a more “square” design, the thickness could be obvious.
I hope you understand now.
@BryanLunduke Could you maybe edit your first post to include the link to where the pictures/video are posted? Thank you
@BryanLunduke Thanks for posting. We’re excited to see how your weekend faired
Maybe things will be posted either here:
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But that’s just me guessing, hopefully Bryan will tell us where to look. Meanwhile, I’ll continue salivating and checking the above links every 5 minutes or so.
The FairPhone has a plastic back cover too.
Can you install the Tor-Browser?
Maybe something will land on his LBRY channel?
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Let us know what kind of password manager if you put one on.
I figure most of the
productivity apps already work like email, messaging, notes, e.c.t.
Therefore, I redirect my post to the field of
I am currently only aware of one gaming app where the developers have (
somewhat?) supported GNU/Linux Mobile and that is the kart racing game ! Super Tux Kart
Personally, I would love to see more effort to port games like
Minetest, Gloomy Dungeons, and even TeeWorlds to GNU/Linux mobile as they already support Android (+ free software).
Besides that, I would really appreciate a run down of the
GNOME and KDE applications.
Especially the . Basically, what works and what doesn’t. : ) GNOME Games Community
Secondly, I would appreciate an overlook of watching TV/movies on the Librem 5.
Considering no DRM would be present, Netflix and Hulu are probably a no-show to start.
Besides that, I think the FreeTube developers would appreciate a rundown as well:
What about Plex for those of us with private libraries? Is that a thing for the Librem 5?
The mail app, Geary, seems not to be ready.
It’s not installed on the OS image.
Geekbench 3 will like to see the benchmark
I would suggest Stellarium.