How Far We’ve Come – Pt. 12

We need a third app. While I thought it would be nice to use the other two by themselves, I got looking into the soon to be extinct Android platform and, we need something simpler to verify cross compilation works before jumping into either of those. Why? PostgreSQL only runs under this command line utility, …

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First Look – Solydxk

This is really what KDE Neon should have been. Not some buggy YABU but straight off of Debian. Hopefully those in charge will consume this distro and re-brand it KDE Neon. Having heaped that kind of praise it is not without its quirks. While the “Welcome” screen slide show you manually navigate through seems nice, …

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How Far We’ve Come – Pt. 6

As I started to get back into this I realized I skipped one final yet critical piece of the system. The backup script. I imagine some of you questioned where I got the csv files to import. As I said, one of the main reasons I went with Postgres all of those years ago is …

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How Far We’ve Come – Pt. 5

Copying from a thumb drive into our Termux world takes a bit of doing. It’s actually yet another “expert friendly” part of Android. If you don’t already know where things go you can’t find them. I had an 8 Gig thumb drive in my Android 2 in 1 while doing the other Termux stuff. I …

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How Far We’ve Come – Pt. 4

Keep in mind I have not yet rooted the sacrificial lamb. For the initial stages I’m trying to muddle through it as the average user would. Having had Android on this device for a while now I can tell you I cannot wait for this experiment to be over. I have a massive itch to …

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