I've got my Librem 5. What should I install on it? :)


#41

The FairPhone has a plastic back cover too.


#42

Can you install the Tor-Browser?


#43

Maybe something will land on his LBRY channel?


#44

Let us know what kind of password manager if you put one on.


#45

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 entertainment.



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 GNOME Games Community. Basically, what works and what doesn’t. : )


#46

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:


#47

What about Plex for those of us with private libraries? Is that a thing for the Librem 5?


#48


https://social.librem.one/web/statuses/102957256014055323


#49

The mail app, Geary, seems not to be ready.
It’s not installed on the OS image.


#50

Geekbench 3 will like to see the benchmark


#51

I would suggest Stellarium.


#52

Here is one photo:

Edit: This was posted hours ago, but for some reason the forum put my account on hold


#53

Would love to see how this game plays on the Librem 5.
The plan is to get it on the phone as soon as I get mine.
Gagarina


#54

@BryanLunduke hi Bryan and thank you for taking the time to keep us “in-the-know” regarding your early experience. it is much appreciated!

could you maybe share your experience with a connected docking-station to get a feel for an-early-experience of the-converging-on-convergeance that TW was talking about in the blog ? maybe with an external monitor if possible ?

i’m very interested in how easy/direct and well implemented the GUI for connecting to the variorious networks (wired/wireless/bt/cellular/tethering/etc) is …

in Europe many people use PPPOE-dsl-broadband for internet. this has been traditionally difficult to connect to on the desktop side using a GUI and the only way i know of to do it from a CLI way is to use the - sudo pppoeconf - which doesn’t work anymore in the newer linux-kernel so i’d be interested in knowing if an RJ-45 port on the docking-station would allow me to use the L5 as a computer ?

i know you said just “apps” for now but i’m just curious …

keep up the good work !


#55

A photo of a call


#56

DOOM.

As long as it doesn’t run DOOM I don’t believe it runs anyway :wink:


#57

TempleOS on qemu… somebody has to do it…


#58

I am a little sad no one has asked for Crysis to be installed. The world has to know if it can run Crysis (even if it’s via Steam/Proton)


#59

Would Quake II be an acceptable substitute?


#60

Given that Crysis is not an ARM program, I’m gonna go with no, not well enough to work… Yeah qemu-static-x86_64 would let it ‘run’, but you probably want more than 1fps.