Sorry for taking so long to fix it. The last few weeks I have been quite busy and I have not been able to dedicate time to projects. There was a problem with the DNS and it's fixed now. The link to the course should work fine.
@arubislander Hello, that's all right. I think I know which command is meant by "autoremove". I should have added something else, namely the following, if a package is suggested to be deleted, write it out first and reinstall it. Personally, I have always done it this way. Of course this is a danger for others. But nevertheless, you are absolutely right in this situation. Because a lot depends on the port. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 MerlinX port was particularly bad. I learned a lot from Fuseteam there. In this sense, thanks for the feedback. Of course I don't want to destroy any devices! I don't think the device was that good ( MerlinX Port ).
It doesn't seem possible to override the existing flag with another, I've tried things like --disable-gpu=false and so on, I've tried finding a way to comment out the rest of the flags, even tried a buffer overflow to get rid of the last flag...
So I have to find where the flags are coming from and remove them.
We are OT here.
To make it short, most of those are used batteries, the rare pristine ones come from loooong sheltering, and that make them almost dead. This is a dead end device now. Even my N5, I bought a polarcell new one, last hardly a day with doing almost nothing, long sheltered battery there also.
I share mine, even if I used telegram only couple times.
Never had more spam than before sharing it with them.
search destination and confirm
then hit the button to begin the route so gps will start searching
cancel by searching new destination and confirm
hit the start button and the freezes
@nibzy26 Please tone down the language and contain your frustration. This is how it works in software in general and Open Source in particular. I am not saying it is ideal, but it is what it is.
Wanting to dive in and do something that no one else has done before, you cannot expect to have the way already paved and documented for you. You are pioneering.
As to why icons/Humanity/mimes/48? Possibly because this is a fallback if the icons/suru folder does not contain the relevant files.
If it is the case how I have described it, then that is how theming works in general on Linux, I have never looked for documentation on the matter, but I am sure the information is out there.