Heard that has a native lsp (WIP). Does this mean you don't need a plugin to use something like rust-analyzer? 🤔

Do many of you use #openmediavault ?
I'm looking for a simpler solution to nextcloud .
I've run nextcloud for 4 years but I feel that it does so much that I don't need, that a simpler solution is needed , to just store photos,music and movies and integrate a caldav/cardav sever .
I know I can do this with radicale on the openmediavault server . But I'm interested in people's view of openmediavault .

@Sylphox Plasma might be more stable. It's hard to say based on my limited experience. I've only tried it on a Nexus 5.

How to switch your PinePhone to the development channel (if you don't mind maybe breaking things).

forum.pine64.org/showthread.ph

@GerryT It runs fairly well. I haven't had any crashes yet, but the battery life is really bad, which is the same problem I had on my old Nexus 5. If I run top in the terminal it shows Unity is running the processor hard all the time, so I'm guessing that's the issue. There are other problems as well, like the camera module not being supported yet. I knew it would be rough around the edges when I got it though, and mainly want to support the project and follow along.

@Sylphox Yep, it's Ubuntu. I probably won't try KDE/Plasma on this phone. I have an old Nexus 5 that I got off of eBay a couple years ago that is for testing other phone OSes. UBports is the only one that I've ever been able to get working well enough to play around with it as a daily driver. I like what I see with Plasma Mobile, but haven't ever gotten it to work. I'm waiting for Linux to mature on mobile enough for me to ditch Android.

Well, I'm posting this from my new UBports edition PinePhone.

Day 40 of the #100DaysToOffload series:

This is a dream of mine, to have a mobile device that could connect to a terminal type device and all my apps and data would be available on a desktop type form factor. I just don't think we're there yet.

mikestone.me/merging-your-mobi

Everyone receiving their #PinebookPro laptops:

It appears that the factory has left the WiFi privacy switches turned ON. (WiFi disabled) 🤦‍♂️

To enable WiFi you'll need to disengage the privacy switch: wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pine

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