in reply to this object, you seem not to follow the development very closely. If you want to stay tuned I'd suggest you follow who assembles regularly a nice overview over what happens inside the mobile eco system.

The battery life became a lot better. I'm using a Librem5 since early 2022. I charge it during night and use it during day. In case I could be running out of power I keep a second battery around.

The development of got stuck somewhat lately, but it's already deployed on the and it already works somewhat on the Librem5.

If you look for hardware less open, secure and privacy respecting with improved battery runtime you should look at the pages for a device.

The of my son regularly gets updates from postmarketOS.

Look at to find native software. I lost track following all the latest additions.

LinuxPhoneApps LinuxPhoneApps

A short of what I've been playing with lately. It's a screen recording of my desktop running on my .

Sitting in front of my Librem14 is my pointing its camera at the notebooks screen...


After playing around with phoc/phosh on my notebook I found that the media-keys in gnome didn't work anymore after closing and .

Later on I wasn't able to suspend my running with (3.38.5) on by hitting Fn-Esc.

It turned out that the gsd-media-keys¹ daemon got confused over phosh grabbing and releasing the controls.

Stopping the daemon via killall gsd-media-keys and re-starting it using systemctl start or executing /usr/libexec/gsd-media-keys &, disown %1 restored the functioning of the hotkeys.

Didn't file an issue, yet, because I don't know if this is reproducible in newer versions of Gnome., maybe it'd be nice to add some information to the article in case people wonder why there hotkeys do not work after following those instructions?

¹this is the only documentation I found describing in short what the daemon does - any hints to newer official sources are welcome