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10 Jun 2018
Was wondering if anyone had managed to get the termux-desktop working from Xeffyr's repository.

https://github.com/xeffyr/termux-x-repository

Unfortunately "termux-desktop" isn't found, and I'm at a bit of a loss to determine next steps. Is there a better source? I've done some googling but what returns seems to be a bit different -- https://wiki.termux.com/wiki/Package_Management

Which has an entry for Xeffyr's repo:

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This repository mirroring packages from the termux.net. Unlike main repository, it also stores old versions of packages.

To setup this repository, follow these steps:

1. Get PGP key for this repository. You may need to install 'dirmngr' package.

apt-key adv --keyserver keys.gnupg.net --recv 9D6D488416B493F0

2. Add this to your sources.list:

# Xeffyr's Termux Packages mirror
deb https://termux.xeffyr.ml/ stable main

Then do apt update to update package lists.


And I'm still a bit confused as to what I'm grabbing for use on the Termux app on Gemini.

Would appreciate any pointers or experiences you have relating to this.
6 Jun 2018
Ran across a blog post on Medium that referenced MediaTek's SoC and what he describes as a "keylogger" mtklogger as part of the package.

Reference - https://medium.com/@chpapa/review-after-two...ne-7dd8b550609a

If this is accurate, how exactly do we trust this in its default state as Gemini PDA's are shipped, and how do you remove/fix this?

If this is not the proper forum, I apologize, thought hardware may be the best area.

Thanks in advance for any guidance on this.
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