@manjushri at least it sounds like a nice location besides hills and mountains
Nice thanks for that info's! I will give it a new try after reinstalling uNav.
@thrrgilag Today Fluffy crashed and I had to login again. Afterwards the warning sign was gone.
Hmn but in the Fluffy encryption options I can see the keys used for verification and I can enable/disable these.
Is there a recommended way to set up E2EE between two ppl with lets say 2 devices each (and one of these is UB Fluffy + Pantalaimon)?
Im just getting started, sry for all these questions and thanks for your support.
So I was able to activate Pantalaimon, and use it from Fluffy Chat. Its really easy thanks to your work.
It seems like encryption is working but within Element Clients I get this red warning sign besides each message from the Pantalaimon + Fluffy combo that says its not encrypted.
I played around a lot. My understanding of everything is still basic but I did not find a way get rid of this. Am I doing sth. wrong?
So I finally found time to play with your awesome software. Sadly I can not fully understand the installation instructions and need a little extra help.
I downloaded the 0.4.0 release to the downloads folder of the Phone and extracted it.
Then I copied the dev-build.sh to the home directory of phablet, made it executable and run it. It finished without errors.
Now I can find the directory:
Inside this directory is one file and one dir:
What do you mean by
* pull /home/phablet/pantalaimon-build/dist/pantalaimon?
Additionally I wasn't able to find the file
pantalaimon that should be renamed.
I failed on finding a way to review Syncthing. Is it possible from the website or just from the OpenStore app itself?
[Edit] Okay I needed to login to the OpenStore account within the OpenStore app. Nice thing that this is not needed to install apps on a phone. But I am happy to be able to appreciate this work.
I remember I had to change ~/.config/syncthing/config.xml to listen on 0.0.0.0 so I am able to access a headless device from the local network.
Could you speak some more on this use case, where you would want to access the Syncthing instance on your mobile device remotely?
You told me it is save to use Syncthing locally (without https). From my experience of setting up my home server to act as a backup/ share point between different devices I just know that Syncthing config is not highly protected to listen on another IP. But I guess its still okay. I m not really into all this. This is what I wanted to say.
I don't mind just using it as an app. It could be interesting to be able to tweak the settings on the mobile from the PC and enable some sharing so you do not have to do anything on the phone at all. But as the Syncthing interface is pretty easy I think this is not needed.
thanks for making this clear. Sorry for mixing this up.
With enough care this is even better as I share certain "backups" of the past between multiple systems. Keeping these merged/updated is awesome.
Wow you did an awesome job man! I like this idea and did not notice a significant difference in the first few days. Your settings are already a good choice. Only because of my old phone I am interested in saving as much as possible.
I think this is maybe a personal flavor. Would it be hard to add a rather simple interface that allows the user to tweak these settings?
It is arguable to call it paranoia. But as Syncthing supports it, I thought, why not.
I remember I had to change
~/.config/syncthing/config.xml to listen on 0.0.0.0 so I am able to access a headless device from the local network. This file can be edited by the user. You dont need root privileges to do this.
But I guess you are right.
Thanks a lot for your great work an feedback.