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Originally Posted by velox View Post
m4r0v3r has made an unofficial kodimote build:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...1.0-1.i486.rpm

edit: I propose that the first post be updated with the aggregated stuff – if your time allows for it, chenliangchen. Thanks for the thread!
Yes, I plan to update first post as a content page. Will do that when we got more entries.
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Yes, I plan to update first post as a content page. Will do that when we got more entries.
Many apps we can install from warehouse (openrepos).
 

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Many apps we can install from warehouse (openrepos).
Yes. But not all apps shown in Open Repos work on tablet. And lots are not in Open Repos, and hence the purpose of this thread.
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Yes. But not all apps shown in Open Repos work on tablet. And lots are not in Open Repos, and hence the purpose of this thread.
Yep, but with warehouse user can see button "Install" if it available for tablet
 

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I have made a list of i486 Applications available on OpenRepos to ease finding apps there.

Those are packages listed in the Warehouse App under "Categories > Applications", there are some apps missing (compared to the home page) and I did not get all the way through – but it should be a good start.

https://gist.github.com/jgibbon/90ea...bea93370a5981a

If someone uses it, I can update it in irregular intervals

edit: List is sorted by date now, did not see something missing this time – but there could be. It's 81 apps, the oldest app listed is from October last year.
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list of i486/noarch packages on openrepos (jolla tablet)

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Hi. I have patchmanager installed but was wondering. Before I try anything I want to back up the lipstick code as recommended in the patchmanager thread.

However, I noticed the paths

/opt/patchmanager/backups/usr/share/lipstick-jolla-home-qt5/qml/

/usr/share/lipstick-jolla-home-qt5/qml

as described in that opening post does not exist. Everything is fine until the qml directory. I was in su-dev mode when I tried this. Perhaps this is unique for the tablet. If that is the case what is the proper way to back up the lipstick code in case I need to recover it. Thanks!
 

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Hey Velox, I hadn' t expected such a great list, when I made the suggestion for such a thread. Thank you very much!!!
 

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Hey Velox, I hadn' t expected such a great list, when I made the suggestion for such a thread. Thank you very much!!!
You're welcome, but the real work is done by openrepos – yesterday I've finally noticed the paypal button there and donated some euros to basil… I urge you all to do the same.
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Hi should place this button more on top. Never seen it before.
Donated some quids of course.
 

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