We've been listening to feedback that there are too many password prompts in the on-device installer and that the dedicated #SSH user is confusing.
* sshd always disabled
* confusing prompts removed
* follow steps in the wiki https://postmarketos.org/ssh to enable sshd and to disable password auth
Shout out to @mobian who is also using the on-device installer, contributed quite a few cool things and always had the dedicated SSH user dialog disabled 👋
Grab your headphones, it's time for not just one, but TWO new #postmarketOSpodcast episodes!
Running a tiling WM on your phone sounds like a stupid idea... until you discover #Sxmo. The whole thing is simple but amazing - it takes one or two days to get used to it, but then you know it inside out. Thanks to the built-in extensibility and simple codebase, you can change everything to your liking. This interface and its skilled community have become a great asset in
the wider #linux smartphone ecosystem!
Whoa, this would be epic:
"To this end, I hope to have the Alpine 3.15 build fully reproducible."
If you didn't listen to @talkpine yet, you should definitively start now. Not only do they have their tenth episode to celebrate 🥂 , but this one also features an amazing interview with @martijnbraam!
(Not quite happy with the title of the article, better suggestions welcome 😋 )
Btw, I used the small #Sxmo image and saw the PIN prompt for SIM cards the first time, looks pretty cool and I like that it provides defaults 😀
@talkpine: VLC is actually able to save playback positions. the desktop variant is of course not exactly optimized for phones, but I keep coming back to it after trying various other players from time to time.
About time I join the party here on #mastodon. Or rather, after careful consideration of how much of a timesink this will be vs. the benefit of being able to do some not-directly-pmOS related toots, I decided this makes sense for me 😀
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