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Figured it out. Had to actually extract the thing, navigate to it(I navigated to the zipped file, not the unzipped) with the cd ~/... command and run the ./flash-all.sh file.
You can add a share directly in ES. From the LAN window, click New. In the Server text box, type the address and path of the share (e.g. server/priv), and fill in the rest of the form appropriately.
You could try Thinstuff Android Client (available on Google Play). Thinstuff is proud to announce that aFreeRDP, the FreeRDP Android client, is now available in git master. aFreeRDP is already quite mature and comes with a lot of nice features: -Built-in help for touch pointer and gestures A touch pointer for easier user input within a ...
This page suggests that, if you run Firefox on both desktop and mobile, you can sync tabs between the two. I should note that I haven't done it myself, but I use Chrome on both my devices and the feature works great for me.
It stands for git, the name of the version control system used for the Linux kernel. Git itself isn't an abbreviation, it's just the name of the system. The git describe command is what's used to generate these version identifiers, and its manpage describes the format: The hash suffix is "-g" + 7-char abbreviation for the tip commit of parent ...
Sorry this is in Spanish (the link), but I have found a toolkit for flashing KDZ under linux (i.e.: debian, suse, archlinux, ubuntu, etc) http://www.todomovillg.es/elforodehomero/(p990)-rom-mod-y-hack/optimus-toolkit-6-in-1-linux-by-homero/
On a rooted phone you have several options -- via 3rd party app, directly through a unix mount command, see How to mount SMB/CIFS Network Shares on android device? If your phone is not rooted, I do not know how to do that, maybe there can be some app on a play store that is able to mount a network share (NFS, SMB, FTP, ...) via normal privileges (it is ...
Please search the xda-developers threads related to this project for debian fixes. Unfortunately, debian handles some security things differently than all the other distros we have, so there are manual changes that have to be made in order to allow debian to "like" your device. Alternatively, if you try using one of the other distribution images, you should ...
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