i discovered sailfish few years ago, without success of porting it
anyway, with a long time of attempts, i finally find out how to use an already ported image on that stuff.
-the image is sailfish 2.0, where most applications looks like not working
-the image uses CM11 basis, where lineageos 14 have been ported years ago on that device
i tried then to observe the hadk.
well, it’s nice because everything is in here.
but instead of openwrt or postmarketos compilators, it looks like the port of sailfish for a new compilations it… wayf of being easy.
i was thus thinking, maybe a way, to simplify at maximum the sailfish’s port compilation process, for new comers?
as example, eg using a virtual machine, or a script whom launched in sudo, to gather all the needed files, plus asking for the two needed resources :
- • Device-specific Android Kernel’s URL
- Android base’s URL
and just enter, wait few dozen and hours, and doops, it generates and compile the thing, to a zip twrpable file.
why a such thing is not prepared, as it could increase highly better the rate of usage of sailfish, for non ios/android-likes operating systems?