Just tried to get into brave browser because it gets promoted every now and then.
But already struggling with installation.
If its that popular, how is there no Debian package? No Flathub package. No second source to trust other than brave itself?
If building it from source, getting it from brave or snap are the only way to go, I have my doubts.
As of todays #linux-next (https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/next/linux-next.git/tag/?h=next-20210112) you can run the #librem5devkit without any additional patches using the default mainline arm64 #defconfig. This means distributions can enable it without trouble from #linux 5.12 onwards. The #librem5 itself needs some more work but it builds a lot on what we have for the devkit.
Just tagged phoc 0.6.0 - notable changes: filters out touch events on disabled touchscreens (thanks to @craftyguy), improves handling of tiled windows, includes plenty of bugfixes for mouse pointer support and tries a bit harder to fit windows onto the screen (which may help some Flatpak apps). Grab it for your distro while it's fresh! #librem5 #phosh #phoc #gnomeonmobile #mobile #gnu #linux @purism https://source.puri.sm/Librem5/phoc/-/releases/v0.6.0
#tuxracer quite a surprize to see this in a assurance magazine :-)
Netzneutralität in der Schweiz gesetzlich vorgeschrieben https://gnulinux.ch/netzneutralit%C3%A4t-in-der-schweiz-gesetzlich-vorgeschrieben
Merci pour ce cadeaux de noël 😂