you don't count.
How dare you sir!
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you don't count.
I've just tried this on my LG Nexus 5 Phone...
It wouldn't create a new qorbiter. I had the link on the bottom to create a new Orbiter ending with the '>'. But this wasn't clickable for me. I created a qorbiter myself in the webmin, and then I could select it afterwards in the Phone.
I see 2 problems for the moment:
- All fonts are to big for the buttons. But I remember to see this popping up in other topics/replies. So maybe I'll need to search for this first...
- The installation didn't created an icon on my phone. So I must rerun each time the apk file...
ps i've got another IP then the default one, I had to change the IP 192.168.80.1 to 192.168.111.1. But don't think that this should be an issue.
This thread is so long, that I'm a bit lost what the correct way is today to install the Qorbiter. On the wiki, some old/wrong links are located, so I don't think that that's the correct procedure to follow...
Is it still:
- On the core: apt-get install lmce-qorbiter-skins-android
- On the phone: go to the webadmin, and install Orbiter For Android Qt5 from there
- Wait to finish and enjoy
I've recently installed 14, so I'm very motivated to move on with the Qorbiter...
It installs and runs on my iPad 2 with iOS 8.3 perfectly, beautiful piece of software ^^
As i´m new to the qOrbiter, is the updates happen on the app or on the core with lmce-orbiter* packages?
Best regards //Daniel
It worked perfectly!!!!. Please, let me know how can I help more. Really appreciated your dedicated time!.