tgBot1<dohbee> @BrisPete, not using virtualbox is likely to be more successful00:00
tgBot1<dohbee> @DC7IA, still not a stable release00:01
tgBot1<dohbee> @BrisPete, if you plug in a secondary usb mouse and configure the vm to pass it through though, it might work a little better00:01
tgBot1<DC7IA> I mean: Will it come soon-ish? Or more like: 2019?00:02
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> I predict 6 months if Marius doesn't drink Monster and 3 months if he drinks it.00:08
tgBot1<DC7IA> What will be different then?00:09
tgBot1<Ern_st> The bill of Monster...00:12
tgBot1<dohbee> i don't know how long it will be. i mean you can install 16.04 image right now if you want00:13
tgBot1<dohbee> not everything works as well as in 15.04, but it's there00:14
tgBot1<BrisPete> @dohbee, I'll give it another go tomorrow. Thanks for your suggestion.00:47
tgBot1<per_sonne> @delijati, I do. It started exactly when I switched my canonical image bq e4.5 to ubports.01:52
tgBot1<per_sonne> Usually lasted for 2 days with some usage. Now it can barely last a day. Battery drains even when idle.01:53
tgBot1<Fabio7891> Hello team ! … About Whatsapp for Ubuntu Touch, have you tried to create a petition for the developers ?02:20
tgBot1<dohbee> @Fabio7891, native whatsapp won't happen unless someone pays whatsapp a whole lot of cash (like a million dollars), or we get like 10 million users or something ridiculous02:24
tgBot1<Fabio7891> Well, if Ubuntu Touch will be always tidy and easy to use, I think there are chance02:27
tgBot1<dohbee> Better would be an open alternative that is superior to whatsapp02:29
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> hi... so it looks like the right half of my N4 isn't responding at all... is this possible it's UT or is it 100% the digitizer/screen?03:36
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> I'm somewhat desperate so all ideas open :)03:37
tgBot1<bhushanshah> @wayneoutthere, Install twrp touch recovery and see if touch works there.. if it does then it's UT.. if not.. rip digitizer, it was nice knowing ya03:44
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> hmm03:44
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> thanks... is that via cable?03:44
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i guess... since it's dead?03:44
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i was thinking about some 'power moves' lik ethat to try...03:45
tgBot1<bhushanshah> Yeah reboot to bootloader, and then fastboot flash recovery <path to recovery>03:45
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> ... hmm03:45
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i wonder if the installer would work?03:46
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i'm rusty with adb stuff03:46
tgBot1<bhushanshah> Or you can just boot the recovery inage instead of flashing it to not overwrite ubp recovery03:46
tgBot1<bhushanshah> fastboot boot <path/to/twrp>03:46
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i don't mind overwriting... i guess. i can probably pull the data off with cable03:47
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> like photos03:47
tgBot1<Dion> Ubuntu Touch OS is damn not ready for real.03:47
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i've been using it for real for nearly a year so it's ready.  this might be my screen03:48
tgBot1<Ern_st> @wayneoutthere, Did it fall ?03:48
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> @Ern_st, no03:48
tgBot1<Dion> Hiring Developers to complete OS like building team03:48
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> sure with whose money?03:48
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> sounds graet03:48
tgBot1<bhushanshah> @wayneoutthere, You don't need to overwrite data partition, it's completely untouched03:49
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> oh, ok.03:49
tgBot1<Dion> Free! Volunteers!03:49
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> thanks...03:49
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> @Dion, oh maybe i misunderstood you.  we are a team of volunteers...03:49
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i thought you were saying 'this is not a good OS - we need to pay money and hire someone to fix it'03:49
tgBot1<Ern_st> Most likely your are good to change the screen + digitalizer ... around 30 $ with a lot of fake on ebay :/03:49
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> ... it's an N403:50
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i'm not sure it's worth a new screen... even $3003:50
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i like it but..03:50
tgBot1<Crash_Burn> $75 for an N503:50
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> exactly03:50
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> hey will03:50
tgBot1<Crash_Burn> It might be a good time03:50
tgBot1<Dion> @wayneoutthere, Yes not good OS. There is a lot of work to do in long term.03:51
tgBot1<Ern_st> @wayneoutthere, Yes correct ...03:51
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> @Dion, what makes you say it's not a good OS? i'm not attacking you just curious.  I love it03:51
tgBot1<Crash_Burn> Can you try switching channels? Can you get a bt mouse attached?03:51
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i don't ahve BT mouse03:51
tgBot1<Ern_st> @Crash_Burn, Not on a N403:51
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i have a USB cable and a terminal though03:52
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> heading to the install room .. :)03:52
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> thanks @bhushanshah03:52
tgBot1<Dion> @wayneoutthere, Lol! Sure!03:53
tgBot1<Dion> There need to work on Ubuntu Touch SDK for app after will have completed OS.03:55
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> i see yeah SDK is interesting topic.03:57
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> clickable seems good03:57
tgBot1<Dion> @wayneoutthere, Yes but little diffcult for some developers when bugs are appeared03:59
tgBot1<Dion> Why not develop UT 16.04 on BQ M10 FHD? This is opportunity for UT fans and developers that can buy BQ products are still available to test or/and use. It is my opinion.04:13
tgBot1<Dion> Wayne(out there)04:14
tgBot1<Crash_Burn> @Dion, Wasn't this very thing brought up in the Community Update today?04:16
tgBot1<Dion> Nah.04:19
tgBot1<Dion> (Sticker, 512x410) https://irc.ubports.com/uI7fbiUc/file_362304:35
tgBot1<xreactx> Is the keyboard issue resolved in 16.0404:46
tgBot1<enriconia> @Fabio7891, Why are you so eager to use Whatsapp? I am living very well without it. If some people cannot understand why they should install the f-droid version of telegram instead of whatsapp, then I don't bother communicating with them at all :D06:20
tgBot1<Aury88> @DiogoConstantino, You are wrong, itis not the real problem. OSM is not a service provider. You have turn-by-turn navigation on their website but it is thinked as a way to test the database and discover missing-wrong ways. The osm "policy" is only to make the database over with external services providers can base their services. So the problem is not their turn by turn navigation (it is not their, it came from implementation of external06:44
tgBot1software:mapzen, osmr...) but the fact that you can't use osm website to implement services on your app. This is not only for the turn by turn engine, but also for the nominatim (search engine) and their tile services (map rendering)...the code is opensource so you can use what they have done, but you can't use their servers to implement them. the only thing you can use fron dei server is their DB06:44
tgBot1dmitrywolf was added by: dmitrywolf08:41
tgBot1<vanyasem> @dmitrywolf, С рождеством! Merry Christmas08:42
tgBot1<vanyasem> also welcome08:42
tgBot1<vanyasem> be sure to join @ubports_ru for Russian discussions and @ubports_ot for off-topic stuff08:42
tgBot1<Desipher> (Sticker, 512x300) https://irc.ubports.com/IGl1xeFH/file_363708:47
tgBot1<Desipher> sorry wrong chat08:47
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> Hello, I have Nexus 4 currently with Kali Nethunter, I want to use device in style of single board computer, hook it up to ethernet adapter, install nodejs, python, go software with apt-get, will ubuntu give more performance over nethunter?08:49
tgBot1<vanyasem> nethunter runs within android iirc08:50
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> yes08:50
tgBot1<vanyasem> so native ubuntu will be more performant for sure08:50
tgBot1<vanyasem> also it supports convergence (external monitor output and all that cool stuff)08:50
tgBot1<vanyasem> apt-get can get a little tricky08:51
tgBot1<vanyasem> you can't use it out of the box08:51
tgBot1<vanyasem> as / is readonly (the fs is readonly)08:51
tgBot1<vanyasem> you either need to remount it to rw (breaking ota updates) or use libertine containers08:51
tgBot1<vanyasem> you can ever run GUI apps using libertine containers08:51
tgBot1<vanyasem> like full featured IDEs08:52
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> i have seen mention of small partition where apt-get packages is installed08:52
tgBot1<vanyasem> i haven't unfortunately, ask @KrisJacewicz08:53
tgBot1<vanyasem> he hacks ubports a lot08:53
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> @vanyasem, making rootfs writable does not break ota updates. it's the other way around. After ota update, all the custom changes made to your rootfs will be no longer.08:54
tgBot1<Javacookies> yeah, that's been cleared here before. you can still do OTA updates even if you use apt. but sometimes OTA updates loses your apt changes/installations08:58
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> Is docker works in ubuntu touch?08:59
tgBot1<Javacookies> I guess if it has arm builds and support for 15.04?09:00
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> Thank you all 😉09:01
tgBot1<jarlathreidy> @Javacookies, Interesting. That's a lot less serious than what I believed. I might actually try it so. Id like to install MC and a few other CLI apps.09:40
tgBot1<jarlathreidy> Can easily reinstall them after the OTAs.09:41
tgBot1<Javacookies> just don't blame me if anything happens :P … I'm not 100% sure but that's based on my experience and some other people's opinion here ;)09:42
tgBot1<jarlathreidy> I understand. Its up to me to research more. The only authority is the system itself :) I can afford the risk.09:51
tgBot1<jarlathreidy> Thanks Kugi.09:51
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> Tried to use https://github.com/ubports/ubports-installer/10:50
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> look at ~/Library/Application\ Support/ubports/ubports-installer.log10:51
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> there is clean password in there10:51
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> please dont tell me that you sending this logs as bug reports 😄10:52
tgBot1<Stereofont> @dmitrywolf, Can you describe this a little more please? I do not understand what this means11:01
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> My user password is written in logs as part of commands11:02
tgBot1fankyBE was added by: fankyBE11:03
tgBot1<Stereofont> Welcome Simon! Ask questions, join in. Glad to have you in our community. https://ubports.com/page/telegram-welcome for lots of newcomer information 🚪11:05
tgBot1<Stereofont> @dmitrywolf, When you use the installer, your private password is written to a file as plain text, without that being made clear to you?11:06
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> @Stereofont, seriously, why not gksudo11:13
tgBot1<DiogoConstantino> https://twitter.com/costalesdev/status/949944025574006784?ref_src=twcamp%5Eshare%7Ctwsrc%5Em5%7Ctwgr%5Eemail%7Ctwcon%5E7046%7Ctwterm%5E011:14
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, Thank you Lionelb. I was looking for your news channel which i found now in the tagged message. What channel is this one?11:14
tgBot1<popescu_sorin> https://plus.google.com/+MarcosCostales/posts/Nzt2dFXEUHr11:16
tgBot1<Stereofont> @fankyBE, This is the big, main group about UBports. There are also language-based groups11:23
tgBot1<Stereofont> @fankyBE, Is there a reason you were looking specifically for a 'news' channel?11:24
tgBot1<nanu_c> @bhdouglass $ clickable launch … Multiple devices attached11:31
tgBot1<nanu_c> $ clickable devices … UA000784 - Aquaris E5 HD Ubuntu Edition11:31
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, Of course. I heard rumors about a port for Oneplus 3 and would love to read some news about that. Since i use Ubuntu on my laptop, anbox is an interesting theme for me anyway.11:32
tgBot1<Stereofont> @fankyBE, Marius G has got a long way with that. An 'official' release will probably not be far away11:34
tgBot1<Stereofont> A very rough test version of Anbox is about to be made available but it runs on UT 16.04, which is quite experiment al and haphazard still11:35
tgBot1<Stereofont> If you have two devices, it might be fun to follow progress on a device that you don't need11:41
tgBot1<Stereofont> If you have only one device, wise to leave well alone11:41
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> Can't find manual install instructions, gui installer don't work for me11:42
tgBot1<Stereofont> @dmitrywolf, Join the Welcome Room from the button in a welcome message link11:43
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> There is unclosed pull req that affect macOS, but from logs seems like bundled adb just dont see fastboot device11:46
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, I'm very pleased to hear that. I have multiple devices but op3 is my daily driver. Maybe that will change when UT will be available for that device.11:46
tgBot1<Stereofont> @fankyBE, Maybe you have a compatible device, like a Nexus 4 or 5?11:56
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, Before the OP3 i was into Keyboards and had some Blackberrys with BBOS10 and Android. Is there a german channel too? I read about it, but cold not find.12:00
tgBot1<nfsprodriver> @mariogrip Any idea, how to fix the kernels for the remaining devices (e.g. N5) after dropping device-files? Would like to help.12:01
tgBot1<Stereofont> @fankyBE, http://t.me/UBports_Deutsch12:02
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, Thank you very much.12:03
tgBot1<Stereofont> @fankyBE, Nexus 5 can be quite inexpensive for 'play'12:03
tgBot1<Stereofont> Also 2013 N7 tablets12:03
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, That's a great idea. Are there differences between a tablet or a smartphone version of ubuntu touch?12:05
tgBot1<Stereofont> @fankyBE, The tablet cant make calls 😂😂😂12:07
tgBot1<Stereofont> Same version12:09
tgBot1<Stereofont> Then you have a tablet too…12:09
tgBot1<Stereofont> BQ FHD is still possible to get bit around €23012:10
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, I had a tablet which can actually do calls. 😉 Unfortunately it does not boot anymore.12:10
tgBot1<Stereofont> N7 LTE can I suppose12:11
tgBot1<Stereofont> A big phone so not very presidential 🤡12:11
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, No, it was a Asus Phonepad 7 with Intel chip.12:12
tgBot1<nfsprodriver> @nfsprodriver, Ah, now I see: The ubuntu-overlay isn't included yet (correctly) to hammerhead.12:12
tgBot1<Stereofont> I mean N7 LTE runs UT12:12
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, 👍12:13
tgBot1<Stereofont> 2012 N7 is useless12:16
tgBot1<fankyBE> @Stereofont, How can you tell whether a Nexus 7 is from 2012, 2013 or even 2017?12:20
tgBot1<Stereofont> It is in the build information12:21
tgBot1<Stereofont> On EBay may not be reliable12:22
tgBot1<Stereofont> There are 2012, Wifi and LTE12:23
tgBot1<malditobastardo> @KrisJacewicz Hello man, I wanted to know if there is any chance to install Synergy without libertine container (I have the N5 where libertine doesnt work) so I can use it to control stuff server-client side12:40
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> well, I guess you saw me running Synergy on my phone, so I didn't use libertine, I don't even have libertine installed, so yes12:41
tgBot1<malditobastardo> Yeah I saw it12:41
tgBot1<malditobastardo> but with xfce lol12:41
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> however, I did use chroot, for a simple reason that Synergy does not knwo mir and can't intgrate with it12:41
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> yes xfce, also with mate12:41
tgBot1<malditobastardo> ok I understand12:41
tgBot1<malditobastardo> so step by step12:42
tgBot1<malditobastardo> I want to do it with 1.8.812:42
tgBot1<malditobastardo> I will have to build the binaries?12:42
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> yes and also there are some problems that I had to take care of (will soon publish everything on my blog), like the mouse cursor would not be visible at all12:42
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> @malditobastardo, yes, unless you know where to download binareis from ;)12:43
tgBot1<malditobastardo> ok I better just wait for you :)12:43
tgBot1<malditobastardo> Actually there is a page12:43
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> I will publish this either next weekend or the one after. Becasue I have a biztrip coming up to China again and not sure how it will fuck up my schedule12:43
tgBot1<malditobastardo> https://www.brahma.world/synergy-stable-builds/12:43
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> then you can just get compiled version12:44
tgBot1<malditobastardo> I understand. But this will mean running without a gui right?12:44
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> ah yes, I did not run synergy with gui on ARM, because I was building from sources and gui was not included. I will make simple GUI for this in ATU app though.12:45
tgBot1<malditobastardo> Great, thank you a lot12:46
tgBot1<malditobastardo> and yeah, I am running without the gui too in the pi312:46
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> yes I have my amd64 Ubuntu laptop, my pi3 and my 2 UT phones all setup as one wide desktop (4 devices) with Synergy :D12:47
tgBot1<malditobastardo> pffff12:48
tgBot1<malditobastardo> exactly that is what I want to do lol12:48
tgBot1<malditobastardo> Thank you Kris12:48
tgBot1<malditobastardo> I will wait for your blog update12:48
tgBot1<malditobastardo> :)12:48
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> the synergy is especially great when you use Nexus5 with slimport to display desktop on an external monitor. And in that situation running XFCE or Mate is really super nice, especially if you also are running mate on pi12:56
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> and since synergy can also be mixed with Windows and OSX, so it's yet another alternative to converged experience12:56
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> the shared clipboard is really an awesome feature, you copy/paste content between your synergy-connected devices, and you can browse on laptop with plenty of RAM, than copy/paste code (or whatever you need) to the UT and run there12:58
tgBot1<malditobastardo> I see, thats awesome13:04
tgBot1<malditobastardo> the only issue is that its only for 2.0 hehe13:04
tgBot1<malditobastardo> it would be great to have someting like that implemented in ATU :P13:04
tgBot1<popescu_sorin> Fwd from DanChapman: Finally got around to doing it https://open.uappexplorer.com/app/libertine-scope.ubuntu 😊13:05
tgBot1<bhdouglass> @nanu_c, That's a bug, it's been fixed but the launchpad build servers have been down for a while so the fix hasn't been able to get into the ppa yet. To get around that just run `clickable -S <device serial number>`. The serial number in your case is UA00078413:22
tgBot1<bhdouglass> @bhdouglass, Or you can download the latest version from GitHub: https://github.com/bhdouglass/clickable/releases/tag/v3.0.013:25
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> Well, I replace Kali nethunter with Ubuntu Touch and did sysbench, unfortune result, Ubuntu touch slower.15:05
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> ```15:05
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> KALI NETHUNTER  …     VS UBUNTU TOUCH  … sysbench --num-threads=1 --test=cpu --cpu-max-prime=2000 run … 13.5117s … 17.2388s … sysbench --num-threads=2 --test=cpu --cpu-max-prime=2000 run … 6.8304s … 9.2018s … Maximum prime number checked in CPU test: 2000 … 3.4598s … 4.6580s … sysbench --num-threads=8 --test=cpu --cpu-max-prime=2000 run … 3.4469s … 4.4559s … sysbench --test=memory --memory-block-size=1M --memory-total15:06
tgBot11750.02 ops/sec … sysbench --test=memory --memory-block-size=1M --memory-total-size=512M run … 2666.44 MB/sec … 2574.93 MB/sec15:06
tgBot1<samzn> huh15:08
tgBot1<dohbee> @Stereofont, I don't think it has voice support. Only data15:13
tgBot1<dohbee> @KrisJacewicz, On osx? That's not how to do things there.15:15
tgBot1<dohbee> @dmitrywolf, That is a pretty serious bug. Please open an issue on gh if you haven't already15:16
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> @dohbee, off course I did not meant osx, the installer can hacve a conditional directive to choose gksudo on linux, or even just ceck if /usr/bin/gksudo is available, and use it then only, that will compile also on osx15:17
tgBot1<Javacookies> @KrisJacewicz, do you know how make the mate/XFCE run in fullscreen? the top panel is still visible when running via xmir :)15:17
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> @Javacookies, no I don't sorry. I still want to see the top bar, but if you don't wish to see it, I don't know how to do it15:18
tgBot1<dohbee> @KrisJacewicz, It should use policykit on Linux, but the point was someone was asking for help on Mac, and you just plainly suggested to use gksudo. It's not helpful15:19
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> @dohbee, I see, my appologies, I did not notice the person was on osx15:20
tgBot1<Javacookies> @KrisJacewicz, okay, I wanted a full experience but oh well, not really a problem :) thanks15:20
tgBot1<Stereofont> @dohbee, Ah okay. Seems a waste15:21
tgBot1<KrisJacewicz> @Javacookies, the way I see it is that if you start xfce on the screen of your phone, then seeing the top bar server a purpose. And if you send the xfce session to a remote display, than you send it without the top bar anyways.  … The tricky part is if you want to use Synergy, because then, the cursor will never reach the top bar. I personally like this, because I don't need to worry that my mouse pointer will trigger one of UT's touch gestu15:23
tgBot1like app switch etc. That is annoying if it happens without your intention. And if I want to trigger it, I just use my finger on the touchscreen.15:23
tgBot1<Stereofont> @dmitrywolf, Remember that UT is still 15.04. Rather old15:26
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> Linux ubuntu-phablet 3.4.0-7-mako #1-Ubuntu SMP PREEMPT Thu Sep 3 15:30:20 UTC 2015 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux … Linux kali 3.4.0-nethunter-mako-2.1 #1 SMP PREEMPT Sat Jul 30 18:27:30 EDT 2016 armv7l GNU/Linux15:26
tgBot1<mileskjeller> @fankyBE, the 2012 has a textured back15:28
tgBot1<mileskjeller> (Photo, 960x1280) https://irc.ubports.com/fwHARQZ0/file_3639.jpg15:29
tgBot1<Javacookies> "Nexus" is vertical in 2013 ;)15:30
tgBot1<dohbee> 2012 is Tegra15:32
tgBot1<Stereofont> Fwd from DC7IA: Does anyone know how I can setup a second Telegram account? I don't see where I shall put the verification code.15:32
tgBot1<fankyBE> Thank you all for those hints.15:36
tgBot1<fankyBE> I saw some offers for a 2012 N7 titled as the new one. 😒15:42
tgBot1<Stereofont> @fankyBE, Buyer beware15:44
tgBot1<Jorge> What do you plan to do with the Ubuntu-SDK?16:19
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Jorge, Maintaining it would be a huge project. We don't have resources on that scale17:03
tgBot1<mimecar> The idea is to work on using 16.04 to "remove" the SDK?17:05
tgBot1<DanChapman> How could you remove the SDK when the platform needs pretty much everything in it apart from the IDE and it's tools? The SDK is more than just qtcreator 😉17:12
tgBot1<DanChapman> Sure some parts are likely to be put on the back burner / left to die but most of it will carry on being maintained one way or another17:13
tgBot1<JBBgameich> The qml / cpp libraries will probably be still developed and click packages can be built using clickable17:13
tgBot1<Jorge> @DanChapman, I think the same17:14
tgBot1<dohbee> most of what the whole "SDK" is, needs to be removed, really17:20
tgBot1<dohbee> some of the things only a couple people at canonical even understood the code for. it's not great17:21
tgBot1<DanChapman> @dohbee, out of curiosity which things were these that you recall?17:24
tgBot1<dohbee> @DanChapman, unfortunately some are things that are needed (or at least will need replacements that work as well)17:56
tgBot1<dohbee> dbus-cpp, location-service, trust service stuff, oxide is of course very difficult to maintain17:57
tgBot1<dohbee> online-accounts is something i'd get rid of. it's extraneous and rife with problems that must be solved externally anyway18:13
tgBot1<BlueKenny> hey, does the keyboard now work on devel/16.04 Bacon and FP2 ?18:47
tgBot1<TartanSpartan> @popescu_sorin so what's the story with that Desktop Apps program? I take it you uploaded it to Openstore to make it available there, and switched the sources to the newer one so it can build the container without errors, is that correct and is there anything else in this version?18:49
tgBot1<DanChapman> @TartanSpartan it was me who uploaded it and it's just a scope to launch apps installed in libertine. I fixed the libertine sources a little while ago and should have been sorted with OTA-318:52
tgBot1<dohbee> @TartanSpartan, libertine in ota3 was already fixed to use old-releases for building containers i though18:52
tgBot1<dohbee> the libertine scope doesn't provide container management features either i don't think. it's just to launch apps18:52
tgBot1<dohbee> oh well dan replied too :)18:53
tgBot1<DanChapman> @dohbee, All great examples! especially the trust service.. always seemed like some mythical thing to me18:53
tgBot1<dohbee> @DanChapman, the trust prompts stuff is way too complicated.18:55
tgBot1<TartanSpartan> Thanks guys, good to know.18:57
tgBot1Mike was added by: Mike19:24
rawfHello. I'm having trouble installing Ubuntu Touch onto a oneplus one. I'm using the ubports installer. Can anyone help?19:37
tgBot1<Dion> @dohbee, Tell UBports team19:46
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Mike, Hello Mike. Welcome! Check https://ubports.com/page/telegram-welcome … Not-a-bot™ Ask, chat, explore!19:57
tgBot1<Stereofont> Rawf we have Telegram group for support but it isn't linked to irc19:58
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> @dmitrywolf, updated tests for 14.04 … I though i would get never kernel bu it is same19:58
tgBot1<dohbee> @dmitrywolf, No, android kernel will stay the same because of binary blob drivers. that's how android based devices work20:00
tgBot1<jonny> @BlueKenny, On FP2 16.04 does not even boot currently.20:00
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> (Photo, 1280x308) https://irc.ubports.com/W7RFVo0G/file_3641.jpg20:04
tgBot1<dmitrywolf> sensorservice heavy usage, is it ok ?20:05
rawfThe UBports installer wants me to reboot into "bootloader mode". Is this the same as fastboot mode?20:15
tgBot1<Stereofont> Rawf it is a poor description. Answer is yes20:17
tgBot1<Daniel> I'm thinking about getting an Ubuntu Tablet. I guess there are some different versions of the M10 floating around, right? Does Ubuntu work on all of them?20:24
tgBot1<Dion> @Daniel, M10 FHD and HD20:26
tgBot1<Daniel> @Dion, And they don't have any hardware revisions which might block installation?20:27
tgBot1<Stereofont> @dmitrywolf, What does 200% use mean?20:27
tgBot1<TartanSpartan> I recommend the FHD because the 16GB on the HD can be a little cramping sometimes, even with the up-to-64GB Micro SD card for file storage.20:28
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Daniel, I flashed UT to a FHD running Android20:28
tgBot1<padraic7a> https://www.phoronix.com/forums/forum/software/distributions/999642-ubports-is-making-progress-with-unity-8-on-the-desktop … I don't think anyone posted this earlier. Apologies if I missed it.20:28
tgBot1<Dion> @TartanSpartan, 👌 👍20:28
tgBot1<Daniel> OK, thanks. So I#ll go hunting for an FHD20:28
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Daniel, BQ may have some in Clearance on their website20:30
tgBot1<Dion> @Stereofont, UT 16.04 is not available for BQ M10. You can experiment if you want to.20:32
tgBot1<TartanSpartan> It will be in time though right?20:32
tgBot1<TartanSpartan> Xenial for FHD I mean?20:32
tgBot1<Dion> @Daniel, UT 16.04 is not available for BQ M10. You can experiment if you want to.20:33
tgBot1<dohbee> @Stereofont, It means 100% x 2 cores20:33
tgBot1<Dion> @TartanSpartan, Xenial (16.04)20:33
tgBot1<dohbee> @Dion, err? yes it is. https://system-image.ubports.com/ubports-touch/16.04/devel/20:34
tgBot1<Dion> @dohbee, Stable?20:35
tgBot1<dohbee> not yet. 16.04 is not available as stable on any device20:35
tgBot1<dohbee> hence the "devel"20:35
tgBot1<Daniel> @Stereofont, Indeed. They even have the Ubuntu Edition.  Is here any advantage over the Android version? i mean, I have to flash it anyway to get the ubports image.20:35
tgBot1<dohbee> @Daniel, you don't have to muck about with repartitioning if it's already got ubuntu on it20:36
tgBot1<Dion> @dohbee, Exactly. Thanks for clarifying.20:36
tgBot1Nilsonlinux was added by: Nilsonlinux20:41
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Daniel, Cost?20:46
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Nilsonlinux, Hello Nilson. Welcome! Check https://ubports.com/page/telegram-welcome … Not-a-bot™ Ask, chat, explore!20:47
tgBot1<Daniel> @Stereofont, 279,90€ for the ubuntu version, the android version is not available. But it is 16 GB20:48
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Daniel, You checked clearance/reconditioned?20:49
tgBot1<Daniel> And wifi only20:49
tgBot1<dohbee> ebay?20:49
tgBot1<Stereofont> Rare. A German company has some stock I think20:50
tgBot1<Daniel> I'm sure I'll find one. I'd like to get the version with LTE20:52
tgBot1<Daniel> Thank you very much and have a good night!20:53
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Stereofont, I mean the section on BQ website21:01
tgBot1<Daniel> Only on the portuguese website, not on the german one. Does the version with 4G (MediaTek MT8783) also work or is it only HD/FHD21:04
tgBot1<malditobastardo> In the official Spanish there is a refurbished fhd for like 180€ with UT21:06
tgBot1<Daniel> Sorry, should this discussion go to the OT-channel?21:06
tgBot1<neothethird> @malditobastardo, hd or fhd?21:09
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Daniel, It is of general interest, so fine here I think21:09
tgBot1<Stereofont> @malditobastardo, Lots more in that category on the Spanish site21:10
tgBot1<neothethird> @Daniel, why? what's more about ubuntu touch than buying a device with ubuntu touch?21:10
tgBot1<malditobastardo> (Photo, 1080x1920) https://irc.ubports.com/DwsqWo4a/file_3643.jpg21:12
tgBot1<Daniel> OK. On https://www.bq.com/en/aquaris-m10 there are three devices. HD, FHD and 4G. Am I right to think the 4G will not work?21:12
tgBot1<Stereofont> @neothethird, +1 😂21:13
tgBot1<neothethird> @Daniel, 4g won't work21:13
tgBot1<Daniel> Damn21:13
tgBot1<neothethird> and getting ubuntu touch on the one that ships with android is possible, but painful21:14
tgBot1<Stereofont> @malditobastardo, They have a sense of humour too21:14
tgBot1<Daniel> OK, so my take-home message is: Daniel, get the FHD with ubuntu preinstalled.21:14
tgBot1<neothethird> Or the HD21:15
tgBot1<neothethird> both work21:15
tgBot1<Daniel> OK, then I'm off. Thank you and have a good night!21:16
tgBot1<neothethird> \o good night to you, too21:16
tgBot1<Lukas Wolfskin> @DanChapman, Hey Dan. This has nothing to do with what I'm replying to... I just want to get your attention. I'm part of a private organization using an exchange server. When I attempted to set up a mailbox with dekko, it defaulted to imap and smtp, which are disallowed by my administrator for security reasons. When I set it up on android, it took longer to detect my settings, and there were several external rules I had to allow from the ser21:19
tgBot1imposed on my device. I have the exchange address, and my user access info... But dekko has no place for the input.21:19
tgBot1<Lukas Wolfskin> All other email accounts, including office365 work well; though, I had to set up imap and smtp settings.21:21
tgBot1<Stereofont> @Lukas Wolfskin, You can get attention with a ping. Just do @jabberwocky to get the attention of Jabberwocky21:25
tgBot1<Stereofont> Phew. There was one 😨21:26
tgBot1<dohbee> dekko on android?21:27
tgBot1<dohbee> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dekkosecure.Dekko looks like something else :(21:27
tgBot1<DanChapman> Yeah not the same dekko. They appeared on android/windows about 6 months after i first released Dekko. We've had discussions regarding the name 😊21:34
tgBot1<dohbee> heh21:36
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> @mileskjeller, that's mine...21:52
tgBot1<mileskjeller> @wayneoutthere, Hmm?21:52
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> meaning... ihave that same N7 and I want to UT it ...but apparently I can't21:53
tgBot1<mileskjeller> Yeah, I don't think UT supports the 2012 model21:53
tgBot1<mileskjeller> I'm running a SlimKat variant called "Autodroid" on mine21:54
tgBot1<mileskjeller> it's just a media box21:54
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> dang. i keep hoping.  not sure why haha21:54
tgBot1<dohbee> 2012 nexus 7 is good for snow shoes21:54
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> haha21:54
tgBot1<mileskjeller> very old hardware with a lot of bugs21:54
tgBot1<mileskjeller> less than the 2013 though21:55
tgBot1<mileskjeller> I traded my 2012 in for a 2013, and the 2013 got the bootloop of death21:55
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> oh..haha.  i'll make a point to let it go21:55
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> my N4 died yesterday. i'm in a bad state :(21:55
tgBot1<mileskjeller> so I returned it and got my 2012 back ,lol21:55
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> but working on solutions21:55
tgBot1<mileskjeller> Yeah, my old N4 kicked the bucket a few months ago, think it's the battery21:55
tgBot1<mileskjeller> so got a new one coming21:55
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> yeah.. digitizer21:55
tgBot1<JBBgameich> @wayneoutthere, I'm not sure, but I think someone ported Halium to it21:55
tgBot1<JBBgameich> So you may be able to install xenial on it quite soon21:56
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> @JBBgameich, wha?  weird... we need to see if there is a way to bridge these group gaps better21:56
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> is there a "nEws channel' for halium where I can just get the stuff that matters... like this?21:56
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> ok gotta jet... but yeah .. Halium super important (don't tell @bhushanshah I said that! )21:57
tgBot1<JBBgameich> I created a devices repository on GitHub where we can include all supported devices, but many already ported ones are still missing there21:57
tgBot1<wayneoutthere> (we're supposed to always fight)21:57
tgBot1<JBBgameich> GitHub.com/Halium/project management/issues is probably the best page to look for ports21:58
tgBot1<JBBgameich> Oh no, sorry. It looks like he ported the 2013 Edition. ..21:59
tgBot1mdsoleman was added by: mdsoleman21:59
tgBot1<malditobastardo> Any helium working port or close to be working?22:00
tgBot1<malditobastardo> Halium22:00
tgBot1<malditobastardo> With UT22:01
tgBot1<peternerlich> Hi @mdsoleman! I'm part of the UBports Welcome Team. Please look at https://ubports.com/page/telegram-welcome to get up to speed and feel free to ask any question, especially in the Newcomers Room!22:01
tgBot1<Lukas Wolfskin> @Stereofont, Thanks,Lionel22:28
tgBot1<Lukas Wolfskin> @DanChapman, Sooo, what data can I provide, or assistance, to address the exchange Issue? BTW, I didn't mean dekko on android... I meant the native android mail/exchange app... But I'm guessing you've deduced that already.22:31
tgBot1<Lukas Wolfskin> (Sticker, 512x512) https://irc.ubports.com/0BIYG7Vm/file_364622:31
tgBot1<dohbee> i didn't think dekko supported exchange?22:32
rawfWhere can I manually download ubuntu touch images?23:25
tgBot1<dohbee> the image server is system-image.ubports.com but they are not like normal android roms. you can't just copy them into twrp to flash them23:26
rawfThanks. Is it not possible to flash them via fastboot?23:29
tgBot1<dohbee> what os are you flashing from?23:29
rawfI'm running debian23:29
tgBot1<dohbee> the installer supports flashing from fastboot (which it does by booting the ubuntu recovery, and then flashing the OS from the recovery)23:30
tgBot1<dohbee> ok, i don't know if it's packaged in debian, you can try ubuntu-device-flash23:32
tgBot1<dohbee> the source is from https://launchpad.net/goget-ubuntu-touch so you can build it if not there (it's in golang)23:33
tgBot1<dohbee> i guess it would probably be better to understand what exactly isn't working for you though23:33
tgBot1<dohbee> but right now i kind of really need to get some food23:34
tgBot1<dohbee> good luck23:34

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