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live_the_dreampart of busybox
leoj3nDidn't find that, let me see.
leoj3nlooks promising live_the_dream
leoj3nDoesn't look like it allows "extended" (custom) attributes to be set?
sekanatojust wanted to ask why gpg2 spits debug output in termux and is it normal
fornwallbut I'm getting 'Operation not supported on transport endpoint' on all my devices, so I'm wondering if it's not something that android supports
sekanatogpg: DBG: locking for '/data/data/com.termux/files/home/.gnupg/gnupg_spawn_agent_sentinel.lock' done via O_EXCL
sekanatolike this one
sekanatoon gpg2 -k
fornwallsekanato: hm, which arch is this on (if you run 'dpkg --print-architecture')?
sekanatoNexus 5X on NRD90S Nougat to be more precise
fornwallhm, it seems to do that the first time for me
fornwallif I remove my ~/.gnupg dir
fornwallit seems to be what gpg2 does (if the system does not support hardlinks, which android does not)
fornwallbut as said, it's only a debug message once, you shouldn't get it continously
sekanatoe.g. every time in new sessions it does. I think, that it's just notice-level output, so nothing is wrong really, but I wondered why debug output is even there
BrainDamagei've tried compilng libfuse on android and i run in some issues
BrainDamagemainly lack of a threading lib
BrainDamagenothing unfixable tought
BrainDamageand might not work without superuser at all in android
djpon a linux system, I might launch applications with a script that started and stopped timewarrior, but in an android environment, that dosn't sound like a feasible approach.. with apps running all the time..
djpare there termux or core tools that might log app focus? might parse such a log..
djpthis ain't mission critical, and it's mostly over my head, but I thought I'd toss it our there :)
morlogthat and the am command
morlogi know thatbwhen inrun htop 8n termux it shows everything thats runn8ng on my phone
fornwallindio: hm, perhaps.. but a more useful alternative is perhaps to write something in emacs which scans all urls in the buffer