On Thu, 2018-03-01 at 23:14 +0100, Dietmar Schwertberger wrote:
> In the last days Planet Computers started shipping the Gemini PDA
> has Android installed by default but features a Linux dual boot
> There will be an option to install Sailfish OS as the Linux OS.
> For most buyers the motivation to buy the device is not just Android
> with a keyboard but the option to use it as a productivity device,
> including office applications and development software.
> Currently the only option for this usage scenario is Debian. Ubuntu
> should follow soon.
> Is there a realistic option to have e.g. gtk and a Linux desktop on
> Sailfish OS?
> A Sailfish OS with Android compatibility and Linux productivity
> applications would be the perfect OS for the Gemini PDA.
Linux desktop and Sailfish OS are kind of mutually exclusive things in
the sense the Sailfish provides a home screen, i.e. "desktop".
Gkt+ applications could perhaps be possible, but not necessarily an API
that is going to get official support. Also desktop applications and
widget sets don't likely work nicely on a small mobile device as they
have not been commonly developed with finger usability in mind.
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