@alexl seems like anbox has progressed nicely since I last took a look. Is it x86 only? Would be cool to see if it could run under sailfish os as a replacement to aliendalvik.
@tmjwid it's alredy included in UbPorts (Ubuntu Touch) OTA 8+ images
@alexl what are you using to run them?
@alexl Sad it's not the other way 😉
@DaD Linux apps on Android? It's possible but not with general Android kernel. IIRC Samsung has a feature to run Linux apps and ships a specific kernel
@pirboazo sorry? It's anbox.io on KDE Neon
@alexl I wish they did something to support non-ubuntu
@charlag AFAIK Arch and OpenSUSE can run it too, I don't know what other distro communities provide
@alexl interesting, does it depend on KDE at all??
@fence just install anbox.io and F-Droid
@fence I insist, an application run natively in a container and Android apps are compiled by ART before execution
Totally gonna check that out.
@thinkMoult UbPorts: yes. Purism: no idea.
@BranTarik yeah, the fediverse is great for getting exposed :)
@inditoot see replies
@alexl can you please explain what do you mean by running natively?
@EdwardTorvalds no virtualization and no just-in-time compilation, I think it's the most common definition :)
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