If you like doing funny things, you can compile and statically link a program on a Raspberry Pi and run it on your Android phone. I copied the busybox from my Pi to my phone and it works (excl. specific Pi stuff). It must be the static one, as the system libs dont match.

"What are some things that you shouldn't say at a funeral?"

It is really not easy to find a new home nowadays.

Isn't it good not to be on twitter...
"Twitter admits bug exposed some Android users' protected tweets for years"

cnet.com/news/twitter-admits-b

Poland was forcibly occupied by the Germans and the Soviets 1939. France and Britian cowardly watched. There were no Concentration Camps in souverein Poland, the Germans put them there so that the German pupulation would't witness the crimes commited there. Even if some Poles collaborated, that was not Poland. Whoever blames Poland for those German crimes is not only a monster, but also a coward, not even good enough to take responsibility. As a German, i am glad we are now friends.@AndrzejL

Every time I post, it says "What's on your mind?
Well, no matter!
Does this matter?
Never mind!

I was asked about trackers in Firefox by @vancha Firefox from Mozilla has two outside tracker's, so your behaviour could or will be reported to comercial companies in the USA which are subject of many laws you don't even want to understand. Download Fennec from fdroid.org, they simply recompile the public source, but without the trackers. To better understand, read reddit.
reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/

Use fennec from fdroid. Thats Firefox, but without the trrackers.
@caltlgin

When using the Wireguard App on Android keep in mind that it has two modes. If it finds kernel support it lets the kernel do it all and just sends some contol commands. When the is no kernel support it uses local VPN and uses its own userspace routines. You will the see a lock symbol.
Consider this when troubleshooting or benchmarking. @maigonis

@hrthu @maigonis
Wireguard includes a kernel module, and if the version is strictly enforced it might not load. I'm not sure about how debian handles this specifically. Would a kernel module from unstable load in stable?

To install wireguard on debian, I would compile. Have you read this @maigonis ?
wireguard.com/install/

With Android yo will need to turn off wifi/date before reboot. Afwall on a rooted phone has a workaround for this data leak problem. The VPN interface cannot handle this. They "leak" at startup. Wireguard when implemented in a custom kernel can run "leakfree", but you will need a kernel and your own script. Thers a XDA thread for that. @maigonis

I found something cool at fdroid, an app lat lets you have encryption with the apps you already use. Is does this by using the accessibility functions and overlays. You type your normal text into the field of your normal app, and with a click that is encrypted "on the spot". When you get encrypted text, it shows an overlay with the decrypted text. The decrypted text is never saved anywhere, and Oversec has no internet access.
f-droid.org/de/packages/io.ove

I just spent/wasted over 20 min. putting a toot together with some links. I use Firefox. I had to switch tabs for searches and links, and after I was almost finished, as I switched back to the fosstodon tab everything I wrote was gone. So I spent the next 2 hrs looking for an editor that shows a char count. Here is what I found, just in case anybody else uses a browser and wants this:
f-droid.org/packages/org.openi

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