Maybe a dead thread but Rhasspy has become a new popular choice.
Posts made by mirroronthewall
Is there currently an effort to make LineageOS or Android available on the Pinephone?
If not, would @GizmoChicken or anyone else like to be part of starting up an effort to do that?
I also think this would be a good thing, if I am following this conversation correctly.
Or is this considered to be too much work, not worth the effort right now compared to alternatives?
RE: Linux Mobile A Reality Check
As @Pulsar33 mentioned his use cases of interest, I think knowing what you want and expect is most important here. I guess I am looking for a laptop/phone convergence at some point; I want to see a UMPC phone like the Cosmo Communicator, but with a keyboard that's a Sony VAIO P Series clone (basically something that's a fully touch-typeable pocket laptop). Then, for everything light, phone, laptop, and tablet are kind of baked in to one. So I am still waiting on hardware here (UMPC-phones aren't really touch-typeable) and I'm not sure how that would interface with Ubuntu Touch or what I would need to change (would have to work on that when the time approaches). So, the article mentions that things like GIMP wouldn't work, which is ok for now but which I guess I was assuming would work well and is going to in the future (isn't convergence a goal and advertised feature?).
I agree with the "Be Honest" part: I felt some of the Linux OS claims were definitely unrealistic and left me feeling frustrated and confused and thinking an average user would just quit dealing with a Linux OS once they ran in to the same problems (unless they were motivated enough by the benefits of the Linux OS to push forward and figure out how to make things work for themselves). I am of course entirely grateful for all that has been done with Ubuntu Touch, and maybe I underestimate what the average user can do these days.
I guess what we want to discuss and hone in on are, what are the most valuable features to work on or improve that can be focused on next?
RE: Ubuntu Touch Q&A 66 Saturday 28th Of December At 19:00 UTC
Is there like an overview (like a road map?) of what features each team is working on? Of course this would be flexible, but just a sketch so people can see what projects they might be able to contribute to that are active? I see listing of groups on here and I'm sure you could look maybe at what's active on Github on development (?) but I guess I was wondering if there is one unified place that organizes a display of all that's going on at once?
RE: Compiling Rust code on UT
@dobey So, some tools can be installed and contained in the container, but it can be accessed from the normal UT terminal app?
And, instead OP was trying to either directly install the tools to the terminal app (outside of a container), or install a terminal emulator inside a Libertine container and then use the tools within that (like a terminal within a terminal)?
RE: Looking for offline map app
Another more manual workaround: ...could take some map screenshots and take down directions in notes, or make a pdf of maps and just use a pdf reader on the phone. I mention this because it has worked for my use cases before and I've done workarounds like this that "just work" (for me). If your'e going on a longer distance trip and really need more detailed maps, an offline maps on a laptop and particular screenshots as you go might also be a workaround.
Dunno if any other apps work in Libertine containers or Anbox.
RE: Have I bricked my phone ?
Also, can you rule out if you did anything that might have physically broken the hardware?
I searched online for "fairphone sound not working" and some forum posts came up so maybe some other people have run in to the same issue? For instance: https://forum.fairphone.com/t/sound-not-working-at-all/18368