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3 Apr 2020
Hi

My HP-Printer, which works fine under other Linux devices, is not recognized while plugged via an usb hub.
An external HDD, plugged via the same Hub is recognized though. In Android, I can connect via WLAN to my printer.

Any ideas?
Thanks in advance!
26 Mar 2020
Hi

now, as Linux has access to the sim - is there a program which can be used for ordinary pone calls/sms via GSM, like the phone app in Android? No VoIP or sip etc, of course.

Thanks a lot!
28 Feb 2020
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Hi there

I am exploring "mouseless" my cosmo. I managed to configure my keyboard-layout at the console via : setxkbmap -model planetcosmo -layout de
Also I registered my wifi-password. Everything is lost after reboot - where can I edit these values permanently (with nano)?

Thanks foryour help.
27 Feb 2020
Hi all


I successfully partitioned the device according to the PC instructions and installed TWRP, Debian, Android Root.

Everything works, but not Debian. No matter which partition-model or location of boot-partition. Booting Debian allways stops at the first screen with the Debian logo - even after waiting 6h.

Any help would be really appreciated!
4 Jan 2020
Hi

After trying userland, I used now Anlinux. I managed to get a running xfce-Desktop too, a bit better readable, but still wron resolution (something like 1024x768). And of course: Keyboard setting dont match at all which makes text editing a pain. What a pity ...

Anyone got a usable LinuxDesktop running with either Userland or Anlinux?
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