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@bobyrev
Re: %i+mrLzE2u

there seem to be a way: https://github.com/prebuild/prebuild

Now I need to understand how to build binaries for Android arm while being on windows or linux x64

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Re: %CU39txwXi

I usually try to use something like termux so that I would not need to run the whole another OS on my phone

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@cel
Re: %i+mrLzE2u

@Musickiller
You can install #patchfoo without leveldown and use it as a client app connecting to Manyverse's sbot on local port 26831. But it will still fail to install or build sodium-native, or at least I didn't figure out how to make that work. I made a hack to offload the ssb-client crypto to sbotc instead: sbotc-ssb-client %pHLdA+A.... It would be more efficient and fast to run it as a plugin in ssb-server though. If you want to make leveldown & sodium-native work so that ssb-server can run, I would suggest try to find out how Manyverse does it.

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Re: %i+mrLzE2u

@cel sorry, forgot to mention there: %rfMG21b...

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Re: %i+mrLzE2u

WebView

WebView or running patchfoo in a separate app is exactly the thing I'm trying to avoid. I need ssb-server or at least ssb-server with patchoo plugin already installed, and certainly not patchfoo app. I have Manyverse for that =D

Or you could try running #patchfoo in Termux

I've tried. Failed on building leveldown... I think. It says that my phone does not have ldconfig and I don't know where to get one -_-

And I've wasted several hours on it. I hate #termux now...


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