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#271
Originally Posted by lantern View Post
It's already there. check /dev/pn54x
Thanks for the reference but this is the Near Field Communication device (NFC).

And I would like to have kernel support for the Network File System (NFS).
 

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#272
Originally Posted by m4r0v3r View Post
planning to do a rebuild in a couple of days, I notice some people want CONFIG_MODULES enabled, BTRFS and TRIM support. Think I'll bundle them in, anything else people fancy?
I think several people were interested in networking solution (so basically NFS and CIFS/SMB).

Another nice thing would be to make it using the latest possible kernel (e.g.: the 3.10.1xx-something-ish currently used by Sony for their official Android 7.1.1 Nougat build, instead of the 3.10.84 that Sony previously used for their Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and that Jolla used for their official SFOX image) :
it seems that there has been some bugfixes between these two versions that blocked some users to have their muSDXC card detected.

It would be nice if the kernel image works with the official Sailfish X
(it should, I don't see any reason why it shouldn't - as long as /oem is populated with the corresponding proprietary firmwares and drivers.).
 

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#273
Originally Posted by pullrequest View Post
Thanks for the reference but this is the Near Field Communication device (NFC).

And I would like to have kernel support for the Network File System (NFS).
While waiting fo kernel update, check this out, might help
https://github.com/facebookincubator/nfusr
https://github.com/NetDirect/nfsshell
 

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#274
What about okboard?
 
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#275
Originally Posted by m4r0v3r View Post
What about okboard?
On my (official) SFOS X it works, but the Italian dictionary is not updated for the latest version so I can only use it in English.
 
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#276
Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
@mikecomputing, would be great to have active and contributing members in the community. I don't think we are in position where we should just sit and wait for SFOS to get better
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No idea whether its allowed, but its a fair question. Its just insane that we have to use proprietary bits for text prediction. When (if) I get off the navigation software development, I would be happy to help anyone to get this piece of SFOS replaced with some open-sourced solution. Just would prefer to finish what I started before first. Any takers for developing text prediction for SFOS so we can drop XT9?
I think you hit a few nails here. I am willing on the same terms as you are. So for me the OKBoard is a nice piece of software and a good foundation for same or next word predictions with the swiping as icing on top of the cake. I helped promoting OKBoard by providing the Swedish language models very early on and helped others build resources for their favourite languages. OKBoard ties in nicely with the current maliit keyboard infra. As a language technologist I already back in the 90s did text prediction. Most lessons learned are that we should avoid special solutions but build something that tie in or adds to existing open solutions. In the case with xt9 we know the infra is not too restricted, so we could replace it fully with good enough API's for our free solution.
 

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