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Currently, postmarketOS is still in heavy development, so it's not quite usable for most users. If you're an early adopter, or a tinkerer please checkout the next section below.
 
Currently, postmarketOS is still in heavy development, so it's not quite usable for most users. If you're an early adopter, or a tinkerer please checkout the next section below.
  
For devices that will allow ease of use to play with, it is recommended that you get a [[PinePhone]][https://www.pine64.org/pinephone/] (Mobile) or a [[Raspberry Pi]][https://www.raspberrypi.org/] (single board computer) to use, as their open nature has enabled more stability than other hacked devices
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For devices that will allow ease of use to play with, it is recommended that you get a [https://wiki.postmarketos.org/wiki/PINE64_PinePhone_(pine64-pinephone) PinePhone] (Mobile) or a [https://wiki.postmarketos.org/wiki/Raspberry_Pi_4 Raspberry Pi 4] (single board computer) to use, as their open nature has enabled more stability than other hacked devices
  
 
== Tinkerers ==
 
== Tinkerers ==

Revision as of 20:45, 18 January 2020

Users

Currently, postmarketOS is still in heavy development, so it's not quite usable for most users. If you're an early adopter, or a tinkerer please checkout the next section below.

For devices that will allow ease of use to play with, it is recommended that you get a PinePhone (Mobile) or a Raspberry Pi 4 (single board computer) to use, as their open nature has enabled more stability than other hacked devices

Tinkerers

  • It seems that every display environment (such as XFCE4) is using Lightdm
  • It is recommended you install CoreApps[1] using sudo apk add corefm after getting a working install

Developers

TODO

  • A guide to kernel hacking?