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RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - ivanB1975 - 02-27-2020

Good job. The interface is more responsive than pmOS. I surely prefer it to pmOs


debian+phosh running on PinePhone - ivanB1975 - 02-28-2020

I tested the new build leaving the phone idle overnight with WiFi and modem on. It lasted all night. The only thing is not working are the calls


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - harvey186 - 02-28-2020


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Just installed XFCe.  I like it more and now it's look more like Linux Phone Smile 

The only issue --- no keyboard at the moment Sad


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - murak - 02-28-2020

(02-28-2020, 04:23 AM)harvey186 Wrote: Just installed XFCe.  I like it more and now it's look more like Linux Phone Smile 

The only issue --- no keyboard at the moment Sad

Cool! Here come the follow up questions =)

Which packages did you install?
How did you boot in to xfce?


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - harvey186 - 02-28-2020

(02-28-2020, 05:27 AM)murak Wrote: Which packages did you install?    -->  I have used 'sudo apt install task-xfce-desktop'
How did you boot in to xfce?  -->  I'm using these commands: '
Code:
systemctl stop phosh
sudo pkill -KILL -u debian
 Than you get the login screen and before add the PW change to desktop via wheel left of OK Button
But be carefull. The device getting hot, very hot and don't use 'Weston'. you can't change back.



RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - parkerwb - 02-28-2020

For anyone following along that hasn't seen it yet watch this Librem video and it works really well . Keyboard is working now, sync works perfectly, browsing is fluid. One step closer to DebPhosh daily driving!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YoNuJN3Z-A


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - a-wai - 02-28-2020

(02-28-2020, 04:23 AM)harvey186 Wrote: Just installed XFCe.  I like it more and now it's look more like Linux Phone Smile 
Cool Smile
But just so you know, starting from the next release, there will be no display manager, you'll have to install gdm3 as well (or lightdm, should work too)

(02-28-2020, 09:34 AM)nas Wrote: It appears a voltage patch needs to be applied to prevent the lcd being fried. Hopefully, the next image version will have this baked in?
Yep, I've just uploaded a new kernel including this fix, you're an "apt upgrade" away from it Wink


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - harvey186 - 02-29-2020

parkerwbFor anyone following along that hasn't seen it yet watch this Librem video and it works really well . Keyboard is working now, sync works perfectly, browsing is fluid. One step closer to DebPhosh daily driving!

But that's not a PinePhone in the video, or ??


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - harvey186 - 02-29-2020

is there a difference between 'sudo apt update' and using a the latest (new) image ? Because with new image a lost all my working apps.


RE: debian+phosh running on PinePhone - a-wai - 02-29-2020

There are a couple differences, but nothing really huge... You'll probably have to manually uninstall gdm3, but that's pretty much all
I should do a bunch of metapackages to make things better when I have some spare time.