I agree that a fea ture like this does make sense, expecially for people who have data limit or have to pay over their allowance.
Anything like this that can take the os forward needs to be tracked on a report.
I have a similar issue with one of my M10 tablets. When I reboot it on restart it does not seem to be able to pick up the Wi-Fi. Everything else I have connects easy to it, but for some reason not this one tablet. The other Ubuntu Touch tablet that I have connects all OK. How strange, it is affecting just one of them.
The only thing I can do is go into Wi-Fi settings, like I am going to add it again. Then before I have chance to add it, it shows as connected in the Settings list. Then it will appear in the notifications bar. I tried waiting for it to connect, thinking that it was taking a long time to auto connect, but this did not work. Only going into settings connects it for me.
@nfsprodriver I can't speak for the webbrowser-app, but I recall that many dirty things have been done in filemanager-app, especially with the color palette. To be honest, filemanager-app needs to be re-written almost from scratch, since there are many strange things in the code.
Just a call to action: if there's someone in the community who would like to address its issues, I guess that any help would be very appreciated from the UBports' guys :)
@Flohack I know that any DBus call - except for some - is by default denied by AppArmor, therefore we should for sure update the confinement AA templates.
I think we'd probably need to define a new AppArmor profile for headless apps, in order to prevent e.g. usage of the UriHandler service
Thank you for providing further informations about Mir. I wasn't aware that Canonical dropped the libhybris integration. And thanks for taking care of that!
Point by point:
It's probably easier for me to explain with an example. The LibreOffice snap in the U.Store uses the "Home" interface, which was meant to be transitional. Now that Canonical has no plan for Ubuntu Personal, could we expect similar interfaces to be "standard"? Could they break (in terms of UX and security) the current UT/UP security model, which relies on ContentHub for content sharing?
Huh, when I used "content" I was referring to files, document, or more generically data. I wasn't aware of such interface.
Yeah, that was my fear. The only example I found for adding new interfaces is this one. My impression is that Snaps have been designed with a strong centralization, afaiu.
Bonjour à tous,
Je suis d'accord tous ces avec propos, je suis sur la Aquaris M10 sous tablette UT et elle Fonctionne très bien . J'ai fait confiance à Canonique pour ce travail nt mais voilà qu'ils prefere abandonner UT.
Ce que j' aime Dans Ubuntu c'est l'absence de pub quand J' ouvre une application . Dans la convergence c'est de pouvoir utiliser une application en mode bureau classic comme pour utiliser libreoffice. En ce moment, je rencontre des bug en convergence toutes les applications qui vont sur le web ne fonctionnent pas (navigation, gmail, G+, etc.). les application s'allument puis se ferment. Il n'y a que Firefox qui fonctionne mais je n'aime pas trop, je préfère Chromium car il me fait la traduction, il mémorise mes mots de passe et j'ai accès sur tous les supports
I agree with all these with regards, I am on the Aquaris M10 under UT tablet and it works very well. I trusted Canonical for this work but now they prefer to give up UT.
What I like In Ubuntu is the lack of ads when I open an application. In convergence it is to be able to use an application in classic desktop mode as to use libreoffice. At the moment, I encounter convergence bugs all applications that go on the web do not work (navigation, gmail, G +, etc.). The applications turn on and then close. There is only Firefox that works but I do not like too much, I prefer Chromium because it makes me translation, it memorizes my passwords and I have access to all media
Yes, it is sad, but we can't maintain devices with too old kernels forever anyways. That would be a major security threat! We don't have to talk about confinement and permissions when the kernel is basically an open book... :D
Keep using your devices for now, everybody. We'll get there, when we get there.
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