Just in case if you’re not happy with the selection of arm64 programs, you’ll probably want to tap into the x86 part by running them!
A week ago, I received PinePhone Developer Edition (braveheart isn’t out the factory yet), the device is put in bubble wrap, and placed inside a plastic box. Along with the phone, I also received another Pine64 UART cable and a USB-C Hub.
Having Wi-Fi connectivity is very convenient, there’s no point to bring a long wired Ethernet cord and plug it to your laptop, of course that’s much faster than using Wi-Fi, but then it’s not really portable at all.
We probably don’t use the root user to launch applications (security concerns), but in some cases we need to, and that’s the case with programs like Zenmap, Etcher (accessing physical disks).
Few weeks ago, I received a package from Pine64, yes, that Pine64 which makes single board computers and the most important, the upcoming PinePhone!
If you have followed me from the time when I did use my phone as a portable computer on the go, you might know that I have a weird fetish with phones, instead of doing phone things, you can just install X11 and run X11 applications.
I just moved to GitHub pages, I actually knew about GitHub Pages, but I didn’t want to use it because wanted to do a experiment.
Just got a brand new router a few days ago, it was a switch from FPT after my old one got broke. To be honest, I still like the old design, but the new design is okay, however it looks like the tower from OneShot.