It's 2ferWon day! I'm catching up on things I've been stashing away to blog about.
I recently got the python bug due to a request at my main client site. This led me to idly wonder if I could run python on my Android phone. Turns out you can do so, and more.
Thanks to an amazingly cool App, UserLAnd, you can in fact run Linux and hence a bunch of cool tools, including easily working with python, on your very own smart phone or Android tablet.
Once you install UserLAnd, you can pick a shell distribution: Arch, Kali, Debian, Ubuntu and a few others. I chose Debian due to my familiarity with it from past years trying out various linux distros. You set it up by creating a user and password and a VNC password.
Once signed into a user session, you can sudo whatever you like. In my case, I started off by installing python3 and python-pip as well as a host of other libraries Jermaine to the request I had from my client.
If you're a geek like me with an Android device and you're looking to kill a little time, I encourage you to check it out!
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Linux Fun on Android
A software architect by profession and maker of things by passion, Mr. Carter makes his home with his family in the Ohio wilderness. He readily shares knowledge and experiences and has interests in helping his fellow humans with basic finances and simple financial planning as well as spreading the joy of creating physical goods with practical aims. Mr. Carter can be hired for sundry needs on a sporadic, short-term basis. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to begin a conversation about your next project.