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Re: [O] *Good* client for Android?

From: Adonay Felipe Nogueira
Subject: Re: [O] *Good* client for Android?
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2017 11:36:46 -0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/25.3 (gnu/linux)

Best one that worked for me:

- Computer running:

  - Either as root or as normal user:

    - sshd with *only* key-based authentication.

  - As normal user:

    - GNU screen;

      - emacs --daemon && emacsclient -nw;

      - Detach from current session.

Now in cellphone:

  - Use SSH client to connect to computer as normal user;

  - Reattach to GNU screen session;

  - Now you have GNU Emacs and Org mode, and also GNU Screen if you do
    need to do some work outside GNU Emacs.

Also, with SSH, you have encryption. ;)

John Goerzen <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi folks,
> All along, I anticipated using this with Android (and, ideally, also
> iOS).  The MobileOrg feature set looked great, and the syncing mechanism
> looked a lot better than sharing Dropbox.
> I use git to share my ~/org between two computers (laptop and desktop),
> using git-remote-gcrypt to store on a server.  This makes syncing and
> resolving conflicts easy (I move between the two throughout the day, so
> Dropbox is really not a great option here.)  Sync integrity -- or at
> least robust detection of conflicts -- is a must.  Encryption is a "very
> nice to have."
> Suggestions?
> Here's what I've found so far:
> MobileOrg - supports WebDAV storage.  Has a robust sync system,
> integrated with org-mode, in which it seems to be able to write out its
> changes to a separate file that the computer can integrate.  Sounds
> smart, though I suspect it will require additional hacking to support
> multiple Android devices.  org-mode docs mention encryption for this,
> but the encryption is not supported by MobileOrg.  Also, MobileOrg was
> last updated 4 years ago and seems to have bitrotted.
> Orgzly - Supports only Dropbox or local-on-Android storage. The latter
> is insecure, as it permits any app on the system to read the files.  I
> am really not sure how to integrate this with my workflow.  It seems
> like potentials for conflicts are extremely high.
> SyncOrg - Shows some promise, but couldn't even test locally due to the
> folder selection screen not working for the "External/Local Only." 
> Suspect it's trying to do something insecure as well, or doesn't work on
> Oreo?  ssh support seems to actually be ssh+git, which is nice - except
> that it's unencrypted.  doh.  The documentation made no mention of
> resolving conflicts.  https://github.com/wizmer/syncorg/wiki/FAQ seems
> to suggest it uses the old MobileOrg push/pull in org-mode, but I can't
> see how that possibly works well with Git.  I suspect that FAQ to be
> totally obsolete, because it also talks about a Dropbox synchronizer
> that SyncOrg doesn't even have.  I could use this if I drop
> git-remote-gcrypt, I hope.
> MobileOrg-NG - Last updated in 2012.  Didn't really look past that.

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