@ozmik I have never heard of librespeed.org before. Thanks a lot! 😀
@ozmik Which one do you like best so far? I mean obviously the pinephone has a worse SoC, but the fact it can run so much more software and has a upcoming keyboard addon with a 6,000 mAh battery inside is pretty unique
@ozmik I wish i had a L5 to compare it with :(
@BrianA Actually #Librem5 can run all software that #Pinephone runs, and even more since it's faster. #Mobian and #postmarketOS are already ported to it, and other operating systems, I'm sure, will follow. See the details here: https://forums.puri.sm/t/comparing-specs-of-upcoming-linux-phones/6827
The keyboard mod is really promising indeed. Although one could also use a Bluetooth keyboard instead, which works with all devices
@ozmik @BrianA Yeah, in my experience taking a distro for one of those devices and making it run on the other is usually trivial. So far the only issue I couldn't resolve myself in 30 minutes while playing with various OSes was Lomiri not liking etnaviv resulting in completely garbled screen output (which smells like a bug in Lomiri/Mir)
@emil @ozmik @BrianA When I'm playing with other distros, I usually put the image on a SD card, copy kernel modules into its rootfs and then boot the PureOS kernel with `root` parameter pointing to the SD card partition. Then the usual things to do is checking whether mesa is compiled with etnaviv/mxsfb support, adding PulseAudio & ALSA UCM configs, removing PinePhone specific modem daemons etc.
@nick Indeed the connection is lost when Pinephone goes to sleep mode. Change the Power Settings - Automatic Suspend.