I discussed with Jonatan a few weeks ago, and he told me he started to work on porting an app that existed from android to ubports : https://github.com/jonnius/camera-scanner
He said that there wasn't a GUI yet, I proposed to try to work for one, but unfortunately, I couldn't spend as much time as I would have wanted to.
Ah, that manpage ist very helpfull.
I want to execute a script in the scope of the container.
And I'm not shure, if its needed to populate any working-paths to the container, but when it is needed, I want to know how.
qDslrDashboard is not meant to control the internal phone camera.
It is for controlling an external DSLR connected over wifi or usb.
So integration into camera-app doesn't make sense.
For now, I just want to figure out, what would be needed, to get it running on the phone.
Then perhaps I could contact the developer to ask for a possibilities to create an uvports app...
@hummlbach said in How to Import Python library to clickable?:
The question about Python Library is SOLVED, with apt-get install on get_libs.py
maybe I need to open new thread, about "How to check Crash Log in Ubuntu Touch?"
"Create VoIP application with PJSIP in Ubuntu Touch"
the Strace log didn't show me exactly what make the system reboot. this show me the technique to see what happen before system crashed
since I'm using SSH to my phone, I follow the SSH step
Log into phone using clickable shell
Open another tab. Run clickable shell
in tab 2 run tail -f /var/log/syslog to see system log in realtime
Reproduce the crash in tab 1
Watch any error messages in the tab 2
Now I need to move to another thread to discuss it, and close this Thread as Solved
@ierihon said in Need Help: WebApp for Internet Radio:
But with Radiolise i have error: "something went wrong" :(
In standard browser Radiolise work well.
sounds like user agent string. some websites behave differently when they think you are using ios/android/windows/edge/firefox/younameit in an effort to be more compatible, but sometimes they end up being more broken with less popular browsers due to their naive detection logic.
you can try different user agent strings with the webapp
@dr1445 If you and your family have a Matrix account (or set one up here: https://riot.im/app/# (name and password required)) then this uMatriks app has VoIP calls: https://open-store.io/app/umatriks.mariogrip.test
(open source all the way! ;) )
OSMScout for Ubuntu is way outdated if you take into account the development of the library behind it - libosmscout. During this time, API has changed multiple times and the devs should be ready to work on these changes. Although, libosmscout community will help you via mailing list, if needed.
In general, we should join forces in developing apps for Ubuntu Touch, Sailfish (I am working on that platform), and Plasma. There are many similarities (Qt/QML/Linux) and we could surely benefit from working together.
As for offline vector maps, SFOS has progressed massively in the last few years. I am working on solution that provides offline/online OpenGL-accelerated maps, routing, search and spoken instructions. My solution was described here earlier at https://forums.ubports.com/topic/1022/offline-navigation-for-ubports/4 .
Recent development in terms of offline server: I have ported GUI to QtQuick. This, in my eyes, should help bringing it to UT as well, if I understand your architecture correctly.