There's no opposition, the only difference is the directory on the card to drop the file.
Installing software on the pyra is as simple as on the pandora. I doubt a video of someone copying a file on an sdcard is that interesting ;)
Part of the upload process for package description (as there's no field for this in the package entry).
For apps, untranslated "Comment" will be used by default as description, on 1rst upload. But you'll still be able to change this later from the repo edit pages.
Hi there, (necro-posting again ? :p)
So I just updated the repo (if you had issues with the repo in last 10mn, that was me :p). Changes :
- Upgraded slim to v3
- Upgraded d3 to v5
- Added support for screenshot within the dbp (see here for more info)
EDIT: Known issues : all the graphs are...
my account there is old now. You should be able to create an account, just like everyone else. There's no definition of "core developer". Anyone willing to contribute is welcome.
EDIT: @EvilDragon you might want to have a look there
You're lucky enough to never had decryption issues at boot time. You're lucky. But your good luck doesnt mean everyone will be that lucky. Have a google search. It's not as if it wasn't usual.
So lets make thing clean. Say you're encrypting the whole system (excluding /boot or not), then if you...
Yep, exactly *stupid* device are encrypted by default.
It's stupid since it does have a performance impact and 99% of what you encrypt doesn't worth protection. Smart stuff use encryption wisely
Speak for yourself. I'm not.
I'm a retrogamer, like pretty much everyone here.
Yup, I like my...
Nothing stop you from making an encrypted partition of an sdcard (or the whole card) to store sensitive data.
I'm only arguing it should not be the default to encrypt the whole system. Seriously, what's the point in encrypting /usr or /opt ? none since it only contain free(software) stuff. But...
I clearly disagree. The most sensible data I'm going to have on my pyra will be ... my game saves. No need to crypt this.
I never understound this vision "everything should be encrypted secure and stuff" It's only worth it *if* you have data to secure, else all you do is reduce your performance...