@kugiigi thank you for the feedback!
For some reason Seabass can't execute libertine-launch on Nexus 5, although libertine-launch works fine from Terminal. The problem could be somewhere in between seabass, pyotherside, libertine-launch python script and proot (used by libertine-launch), but unfortunately for now i don't know what exactly goes wrong.
Some of the things done here will most likely not be necessary on devices that run Wayland.
I had to add this lines to the .desktop file:
I had to add this line to the .apparmor file:
Otherwise I would get this error:
** (process:26446): WARNING **: Unable to exec '/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/ubuntu-app-launch/xmir-helper image-and-buttons_0.9.0 ut_session.sh' in '/opt/click.ubuntu.com/.click/users/phablet/image-and-buttons': Permission denied
I had to export this variable to get bigger buttons/text/entries...:
To get an on screen keyboard I installed this packages on my device:
...and exported this variable:
I reply to this old post, because when I searched for a solution, this was one of the first things that came up and I could not find any working examples my self.
Maybe someone will find this helpful or will tell me if my app and my solution also work on other devices.
Thanks for using the app. Next release v 1.1 is getting ready, hopefully this week. Some features are missing, there is a lot of to do. I would love to hear feedback, what features are you missing most? Some feedback from OpenStore I am trying to implement: dark theme selection, downloading of images and post flairs should be in next release. Translations support is getting ready.
@Jarsa nice idea! I would like to use this idea as an onlinetracking system for myself. As i do outdoorsports, sending my last location to my own server is a good idea.
In Android (9) it was very hard because of power limitations. As soon as the screen is off, everything goes to powersaving. And gps eats the battery as the cpu stays always on...
This could be the limiting problem here too: the battery will be drained like hell...
Is there a way to reduce power consumption?