debian+phosh running on PinePhone
Great teasing !
Of course i gonna flash my own build.
But just for fun, i'll also try an update/upgrade before.
Just to see what happen and maybe if something from the 'old way' stay somewhere.

All returns are welcome.
Thanks again a-wai
(04-16-2020, 02:33 AM)cefre00 Wrote: this is a damn Linux phone if you want android go and buy an android phone.

I don't want an android phone, but sometimes it can be useful to be able to run an android app on a Linux-phone. That's what anbox is about.
Strictly the same for Windows apps.
i agree.
Anyway the first(s) things to do remains.
Geary (for example) running well on PinePhone still have priority against anything else, even if it's a very interesting problem/issue about a non 'native Debian' app.
I recently saw that battery life on Ubuntu touch has been increased a lot with the addition of CRUST. Is there any plans to incorporate it in the Debian image ?

https://www.reddit.com/r/PINE64official/...g_to_look/
https://github.com/crust-firmware/crust
(04-17-2020, 11:24 AM)TimotheeLF Wrote: I recently saw that battery life on Ubuntu touch has been increased a lot with the addition of CRUST. Is there any plans to incorporate it in the Debian image ?

Check post #399 on the previous page ...
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I do not have any exact time on battery life,
However, in the past I would un-plug the phone at bedtime, the next morning it would be off and dead.
NOW, it shows 25% charge when I checked it this morning. Pretty fair improvement !

Twice now I have had a incoming text while I had the text app open and it vibrates as it should, but the vibrate motor did not turn off
The phone would not even turn off using the GUI, I had to hold the power button for a full 7 seconds to shut down.
after a re-start all works as it should again.

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Not sure if this is an upstream issue, but I think this depends on the configuration. When the screen is turned off it will still accept touch input. You can test this by turning the screen off, swiping upwards and then turning the screen back on. You will see the pin entry instead of just the lock screen.

I guess we could save a lot of power by turning the touch input off with the screen.
(04-18-2020, 10:33 AM)Boern Wrote: Not sure if this is an upstream issue, but I think this depends on the configuration. When the screen is turned off it will still accept touch input. You can test this by turning the screen off, swiping upwards and then turning the screen back on. You will see the pin entry instead of just the lock screen.

I guess we could save a lot of power by turning the touch input off with the screen.

Very interesting.
i just got everything installed and working.  i managed to build nmap on it, and wanted to see what i had to do to contribute that to the effort.  i'm going to be building a lot of things from source and some of it may be non-standard.  if it isn't that hard to turn it into an install package i can do that while i'm building them and share them with everyone.  you guys have done such a great job building this to where i can just drop in my sim, connect to the wifi, install a few things and start compiling crap.  it took me a day to get the os installed, but about an hour to figure out how to start building crap.
(04-17-2020, 11:24 AM)TimotheeLF Wrote: I recently saw that battery life on Ubuntu touch has been increased a lot with the addition of CRUST. Is there any plans to incorporate it in the Debian image ?
As previously mentioned, work in this direction will be part of the next release. Please note, however, that it has its drawbacks, such as incoming calls not waking up the phone atm (even in UT, no OS has it figured out yet), so it's really experimental and not fit for using the phone as a daily driver.

(04-18-2020, 10:33 AM)Boern Wrote: Not sure if this is an upstream issue, but I think this depends on the configuration. When the screen is turned off it will still accept touch input. You can test this by turning the screen off, swiping upwards and then turning the screen back on. You will see the pin entry instead of just the lock screen.
This is tracked as an upstream issue already, but it depends on other stuff being implemented before it is being dealt with.

(04-18-2020, 03:44 PM)sfzombie13 Wrote: i managed to build nmap on it, and wanted to see what i had to do to contribute that to the effort.  i'm going to be building a lot of things from source and some of it may be non-standard.  if it isn't that hard to turn it into an install package i can do that while i'm building them and share them with everyone.
That'd be nice, thanks! You can check the Debian new maintainer's guide to have an overview of the packaging process, and feel free to use the packages on our Gitlab as examples.
Regarding nmap this shouldn't be necessary however, as the package already exists in Debian.


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