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#31
I've updated the openrepos list it went from 81 to 89 Applications.

To make getting there easier, here's a short link:
http://bit.ly/intelopenrepos
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list of i486/noarch packages on openrepos (jolla tablet)
 

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It is nice that more and more applications are compiled to i486. I'm still missing hangish, though. Did anyone compile it (I guess some google dev account is needed for the API?)?

Fishnetmount seems to be almost unusable on the tablet. I can't mount any cifs or nfs server. Works fine on the phone. Seems that cifs and nfs support is missing from the tablet kernel.
 

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Originally Posted by jukk View Post
Seems that cifs and nfs support is missing from the tablet kernel.
CIFS is missing (but is on the phone) but NFS is there:

Code:
# modinfo cifs
modinfo: ERROR: Module cifs not found.
# modinfo nfs
filename:       /lib/modules/3.10.20/nfs.ko
license:        GPL
author:         Olaf Kirch <okir@monad.swb.de>
alias:          nfs4
alias:          fs-nfs4
alias:          fs-nfs
depends:        sunrpc,lockd
intree:         Y
vermagic:       3.10.20 SMP preempt mod_unload
signer:         Magrathea: Glacier signing key
sig_key:        87:EE:C8:63:09:B5:C9:76:5D:5B:AA:B2:3A:72:B8:80:C0:59:11:6D
sig_hashalgo:   sha256
parm:           cache_getent:Path to the client cache upcall program (string)
parm:           cache_getent_timeout:Timeout (in seconds) after which the cache upcall is assumed to have failed (ulong)
parm:           callback_tcpport:portnr
parm:           nfs_idmap_cache_timeout:int
parm:           nfs4_disable_idmapping:Turn off NFSv4 idmapping when using 'sec=sys' (bool)
parm:           max_session_slots:Maximum number of outstanding NFSv4.1 requests the client will negotiate (ushort)
parm:           send_implementation_id:Send implementation ID with NFSv4.1 exchange_id (ushort)
parm:           nfs4_unique_id:nfs_client_id4 uniquifier string (string)
parm:           enable_ino64:bool
 

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Originally Posted by jukk View Post

Fishnetmount seems to be almost unusable on the tablet. I can't mount any cifs or nfs server. Works fine on the phone. Seems that cifs and nfs support is missing from the tablet kernel.
It's very very nice that you report it here and not at site that you got it from...

NFS should work, but I have no tablet to test with so...
 

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It's very very nice that you report it here and not at site that you got it from...

NFS should work, but I have no tablet to test with so...
You are correct, I got NFS working (mistakenly only tried with NFS instead of NFS4). Thanks!

But hey, it is unfair to complain about reporting. It is not easy to know where your reports are read within the Sailfish world. This is not a criticism of software developers. I would rather see that Sailfish had one collection of repositories with one site to report bugs (similar to bugzilla). As it is now, it feels very split and you are forced to install software from many places.
 

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Originally Posted by jukk View Post
You are correct, I got NFS working (mistakenly only tried with NFS instead of NFS4). Thanks!

But hey, it is unfair to complain about reporting.
Well this really is not the place to get message through to any developer who is not here all the time. As I get notified if you do it in right place in this case openrepos.net. Somebody gave this link to me and I happened to see it this time. Probability is very low that I see these if you just put these here.
 

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nieldk has kindly compiled fuse for exFAT.

Works on my tablet under latest SFOS.
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Originally Posted by korppi View Post
Well this really is not the place to get message through to any developer who is not here all the time. As I get notified if you do it in right place in this case openrepos.net. Somebody gave this link to me and I happened to see it this time. Probability is very low that I see these if you just put these here.
I really didn't intend to report any bug without investigating the issue deeper. I just happened to comment about it, because I thought it important (for any application) if something is missing from the tablet kernel. And the issue that I had is solved. It was only a user error. I promise to report in openrepos if/when I find a real bug
 

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#39
Found a bit of time and updated the list on http://bit.ly/intelopenrepos – it's at 96 applications now.

cheers!
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#40
Nice work, guys, this topic is very useful.

Some softwares that I compiled Mer x86 versions for Jolla Tablet :
- NumPy 1.9.1;
- MatPlotLib 1.4.2;
- python-zmq 13.0.2 and libzmq 3.2.2;
- python-pycurl 7.19.0;
- python-markupsafe 0.21.
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