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RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - rico - 05-02-2020

I didn't have to declare dhcp range in dnsmasq to make it work, so i think it's not necessary.
Ipv4 forwarding is the same.


The ipv4.method shared is usually for Bluetooth connection sharing, i tried it, and it worked for our ethernet over usb.

Maybe we'll find some side effects later but for now i don't see any change (hotspot, charging.. still work well)


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - Juergen - 05-03-2020

(05-01-2020, 09:07 AM)Luke Wrote: @dflag84 as explained earlier in this thread: settings-> Power -> suspend & power button
I set On Battery Power to 15min.

I can confirm, mine used about 64% within 7,5 hours, so it lost 8,5% per hour.


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - spaetz - 05-03-2020

Yes, suspend is a gamechanger. Just have not found out if receiving calls works reliably when suspended. But so far Debian & Phosh is my favorite Distro. Thanks a-wai for your persistance (and that nice download site with your images). Should we chip in with some money to keep you running?


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - chris_02 - 05-03-2020

It seems @a-wai has tested Anbox, can you confirm that Anbox is working? And what is the procedure you used?

Thank you in advance.


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - Luke - 05-04-2020

@a-wai something to consider Smile https://gitlab.com/postmarketOS/pmaports/-/blob/master/temp/u-boot-pinephone/dram-speed.patch


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - nas - 05-04-2020

(05-03-2020, 02:16 PM)chris_02 Wrote: It seems @a-wai has tested Anbox, can you confirm that Anbox is working? And what is the procedure you used?

It probably needs its own thread but here's an earlier post to get you started. It's pretty buggy to say the least - see  photo below. Also needs a kernel update to get internet working.


.jpg   anbox_whatsapp.jpg (Size: 52.31 KB / Downloads: 391)


Pass code / login screen - Juergen - 05-04-2020

After pressing the power button the login screen appears to type in the passcode.
Sometimes this does not work. (one time within two days)

a) The login screen does not appear, only the backlight switches on.
or b) After typing in the passcode the login screen appears again and again ...

Can anyone confirm this problem?


RE: Pass code / login screen - dukla2000 - 05-05-2020

(05-04-2020, 10:59 PM)Juergen Wrote: After pressing the power button the login screen appears to type in the passcode.
Sometimes this does not work. (one time within two days)

a) The login screen does not appear, only the backlight switches on.
or b) After typing in the passcode the login screen appears again and again ...

Can anyone confirm this problem?

Yes, I have had b) a couple of times. Pretty sure that it is some problem with the phosh lockscreen.

Have also had
   c) Phone in S2 idle for an hour or more. Plug in charger. Backlight comes on and you get the charging "ping" but unable to restore display without hard power off.


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - a-wai - 05-05-2020

(05-01-2020, 11:39 AM)fire219 Wrote: Thread moved to new "Debian on PinePhone" subforum.

Thanks! Smile

(05-03-2020, 01:30 PM)spaetz Wrote: Yes, suspend is a gamechanger. Just have not found out if receiving calls works reliably when suspended. But so far Debian & Phosh is my favorite Distro. Thanks a-wai for your persistance (and that nice download site with your images). Should we chip in with some money to keep you running?

You're welcome! I have a Liberapay account for donations, but I'll keep running anyway Wink

(05-04-2020, 09:18 AM)Luke Wrote: @a-wai something to consider Smile https://gitlab.com/postmarketOS/pmaports/-/blob/master/temp/u-boot-pinephone/dram-speed.patch

Indeed, this is being worked on, thanks for the heads-up.

Now for some general project news: unfortunately, we didn't make much progress last week, only a few minor packages upgrades, nothing worthy of a new release this week. You can still keep your phone up-to-date with apt, so don't worry, you won't be missing anything Wink

Hopefully we'll have more significant news next week...


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - paju1986 - 05-06-2020

has anyone tried retroArch on this??? will n64 games work??