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content/desktop/arch.md
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sudo dd bs=4M if=~/Downloads/PwOSS-Desktop-<date>.iso of=/dev/sdd
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+<<Note("You can also use <a href='https://www.balena.io/etcher/' target='blank'>Etcher</a> if you prefer a graphical user interface (GUI).")>>
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content/mobile/android/about-android.md
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2. [www.lineageoslog.com/statistics](https://www.lineageoslog.com/statistics)
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3. [www.stats.lineageos.org/](https://stats.lineageos.org/)
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-<<Note("If you can't find your phone in the list, that doesn't mean that there are no other options. Send us an [email](mailto:team@pwoss.org) or create an [issue](https://git.pwoss.org/mobile/installation/issues).")>>
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+<<Note("If you can't find your phone in the list, that doesn't mean that there are no other options. Send us an <a href='mailto:team@pwoss.org'>email</a> or create an <a href='https://git.pwoss.org/mobile/installation/issues'>issue</a>.")>>
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Website: [resurrectionremix.com](https://www.resurrectionremix.com/)
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-<<Note("If you want you can add more ROMs. Got to [PwOSS - Gitea](https://git.pwoss.org/PwOSS/Wiki/src/branch/master/content/mobile/android/about-android.md#custom-rom-options)")>>
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+<<Note("If you want you can add more ROMs. Got to <a href='https://git.pwoss.org/PwOSS/Wiki/src/branch/master/content/mobile/android/about-android.md#custom-rom-options'>PwOSS - Gitea</a>")>>
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content/mobile/android/basic-installation.md
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This is a little bit tricky! It can be different depends on your phone.
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-<<Note("If you're not sure how it all works, just send us an [email](mailto:team@pwoss.org) or create an [issue](https://git.pwoss.org/mobile/installation/issues).")>>
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+<<Note("If you're not sure how it all works, just send us an <a href='mailto:team@pwoss.org'>email</a> or create an <a href='https://git.pwoss.org/mobile/installation/issues'>issue</a>.")>>
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## 1.1. Hardware
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You need an Android phone. There is no proper way with an Apple phone.
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-<<Note("[Windows 10 Mobile End of Support](https://pwoss.org/windows-10-mobile-end-of-support/)")>>
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### 1.1.1. Check bootloader
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Find out if your phone has the ability to unlock your bootloader.
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### 1.2.1. ADB &amp; fastboot drivers
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Depends on your operating system (Linux, Windows, Mac) you have to download the driver for ADB &amp; Fastboot connection (computer to phone).
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-<<Note("Got to [searx.pwoss.org](https://searx.pwoss.org/) (or whatever you prefer) and search for "adb drivers windows linux and mac". There you can follow a tutorial.")>>
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+<<Note("Got to <a href='https://searx.pwoss.org/'>searx.pwoss.org</a> (or whatever you prefer) and search for <code>adb drivers windows linux and mac</code>. There you can follow a tutorial.")>>
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#### 1.2.4.5. XPrivacyLua from F-Droid:
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[eu.faircode.xlua_'latest-version'.apk](https://f-droid.org/en/packages/eu.faircode.xlua/)
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#### 1.2.4.6. AFWall+ from F-Droid:
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[dev.ukanth.ufirewall_'latest-version'.apk](https://f-droid.org/en/packages/dev.ukanth.ufirewall/)
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Get all downloaded applications on your phone. Use an external _micro SD card_ if it's possible.
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Leave __eu.faircode.xlua_'latest-version'.apk__, __dev.ukanth.ufirewall_'latest-version'.apk__, __MagiskManager-'latest-version'.apk__ and __EdXposedInstaller-'latest-version'.apk__ on your computer.
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<<Note("If you do not install apps from the Play Store via Aurora, you do not need to enable Google.")>>
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+<<Note("If you're using <i>AdAway</i> or other ADS blocking apps on your phone you'll have to add to your <i>Whitelist</i> = <b>mtalk.google.com</b> if you need Google.")>>
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content/mobile/android/devices/samsung/galaxy/note-4/n910f-android.md
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### 1.1.3. ADB drivers
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-<<Note("Got to [searx.pwoss.org](https://searx.pwoss.org/) (or whatever you prefer) and search for "adb drivers windows linux and mac". You can follow a tutorial there.")>>
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[com.thermatk.android.xf.fakegapps_'latest-version'.apk](https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.thermatk.android.xf.fakegapps/)
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content/mobile/android/devices/xiaomi/Redmi Note 8 Pro/begonia-&-begoniain.md
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This tutorial is for Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro - _Begonia &amp; Begoniain_.
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content/mobile/linux/devices/pine64/pinephone/braveheart.md
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1397 1397
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1645 1645
```
1646 1646
sudo ln -s /etc/nginx/sites-available/adminer /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/ && sudo ufw allow 22322/tcp && sudo systemctl restart nginx.service
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-<<Note("check http://your-server_ip:22322/adminer")>>
1648
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1650 1650
 
1651 1651
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@@ -1657,7 +1657,7 @@ sudo pacman -S msmtp msmtp-mta --noconfirm && sudo nano /etc/msmtprc
1657 1657
 
1658 1658
1659 1659
### 25.0.8. Input required:
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-Add and change all "PwOSS", 'your-@emailaddress.com' and 'your-password' settings to your provider.
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1662 1662
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# Set default values for all following accounts.
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1709 1709
### 25.0.9. Input required:
1710 1710
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1713 1713
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1715 1715
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1718 1718
 
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```
1885
-<<Note("check http://your-server_ip:987/admin")>>
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1887 1887
 
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@@ -2062,7 +2062,7 @@ your-password
2062 2062
```
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sudo ufw allow 139/tcp && sudo ufw allow 445/tcp && sudo systemctl enable smb.service && sudo systemctl start smb.service
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2065
-<<Note("check smb://your-server_ip/samba")>>
2065
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2066 2066
2067 2067
 
2068 2068
... ...
@@ -2254,7 +2254,7 @@ sudo ufw allow 5000/tcp
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cd && cd /home/pwoss/software/syncserver/ && make serve
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ctrl + c
2260 2260
To cancel the action.
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2345 2345
2346 2346
 
2347 2347
2348
-- Radicale = Contact and Calendar Server ----<<Note("http://your-server_ip:5232
2349
-- Seafile = Cloud Server ----<<Note("http://your-server_ip:8001
2350
-- WebDav = WebDav Server ----<<Note("http://your-server_ip:8080
2351
-- VPN = Virtual Private Network ----<<Note("your-dyndns_domain
2352
-- Samba = File Server ----<<Note("smb://your-server_ip/externalHD
2353
-- FireFox = Sync Bookmarks/History ----<<Note("http://your-server_ip:5000/
2354
-- Pi-hole = Advertising blocker ----<<Note("http://your-server_ip:987/admin/
2355
-- FreshRSS = RSS Reader ----<<Note("http://your-server_ip:7666
2348
+- Radicale = Contact and Calendar Server ----> http://your-server_ip:5232
2349
+- Seafile = Cloud Server ----> http://your-server_ip:8001
2350
+- WebDav = WebDav Server ----> http://your-server_ip:8080
2351
+- VPN = Virtual Private Network ----> your-dyndns_domain
2352
+- Samba = File Server ----> smb://your-server_ip/externalHD
2353
+- FireFox = Sync Bookmarks/History ----> http://your-server_ip:5000/
2354
+- Pi-hole = Advertising blocker ----> http://your-server_ip:987/admin/
2355
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2356 2356
2357 2357
 
2358 2358
content/server/arch-x86_64.md
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67 67
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68 68
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69 69
70
-<<Note("Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the [Arch Linux developer](https://www.archlinux.org/people/developers/) who signed the ISO-file. See [Wikipedia:Public-key_cryptography](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public-key_cryptography) for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.")>>
70
+<<Note("Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the <a href='https://www.archlinux.org/people/developers/' target='blank'>Arch Linux developer</a> who signed the ISO-file. See <a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public-key_cryptography' target='blank'>Wikipedia:Public-key_cryptography</a> for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.")>>
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72 72
 
73 73
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@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ sudo fdisk -l
134 134
sudo dd bs=4M if=~/Downloads/archlinux-<version>-x86_64.iso of=/dev/sdd
135 135
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136 136
137
-<<Note("You can also use [Etcher](https://www.balena.io/etcher/) if you prefer a graphical user interface (GUI).")>>
137
+<<Note("You can also use <a href='https://www.balena.io/etcher/' target='blank'>Etcher</a> if you prefer a graphical user interface (GUI).")>>
138 138
139 139
 
140 140
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@@ -160,8 +160,9 @@ Good!
160 160
 
161 161
162 162
#### 2.2.3.2. Port forwarding
163
-You’ll need the port forwarded to your server - IP (192.168.1.76 [www.noip.com](https://www.noip.com/support/knowledgebase/general-port-forwarding-guide/) has a good list of some router brands.
164
-<<Note("Your router isn’t listed? Just [email us](mailto:team@pwoss.org) or create an [issue](https://git.pwoss.org/server/iso/issues).")>>
163
+You’ll need the port forwarded to your server - IP (192.168.1.76)
164
+[www.noip.com](https://www.noip.com/support/knowledgebase/general-port-forwarding-guide/) has a good list of some router brands.
165
+<<Note("Your router isn’t listed? Just <a href='mailto:team@pwoss.org'>email us</a> or create an <a href='https://git.pwoss.org/server/iso/issues'>issue</a>.")>>
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166 167
 
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