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The one thing I've found is that it takes from 15 minutes to an hour for the dotAccount two factor authentication to send me an email. Is there any reason that it takes so long?
I'm not racing for posts Right now, the officially supported operating systems are Windows and Android. Some work has been made on a Linux GUI client, but it isn't finished yet. I even sent @DarkestEx a alpha version for testing, but never heard back, and looking at the server it doesn't seem like he's ever used it. From my testing, it works, but installing it requires lots of different packages, that aren't called the same on all distros (and some must be installed through pip as they aren't in the distro repos). I tried to package the app (which is written in Python) as a single binary, using multiple methods, but all of them failed, namely due to how the GTK bindings work.iOS support will require at least $1500-$3000 in profits/donations, since I'd need Mac hardware for developing and the Apple dev account for store publishing, and of course some real iOS hardware would more or less mandatory, since I suppose the battery stuff and standby synchronization is kind of hard to test on the simulator. All of this, assuming of course that Apple even made the necessary battery info APIs available (I think we already discussed this a while back, but I don't remember the conclusions?).A client that can only show information for other devices in your account would be more or less useless, for that you might as well just use the website.Data is currently stored in one of my VPSs in the US. Data is encrypted in transit (without any MITM like Cloudflare proxies), options for protecting the data while stored in the database are being studied. It's kind of hard, because the server should be able to open the data up for analysis, this means that it would need to store any encryption keys, making database encryption pointless.EDIT: I forgot to mention, but earlier today I fixed a problem that was preventing the pairing of new devices. This also meant that new users were having trouble signing up. All should be fixed now.
Did you follow the instructions to install the required packages? I think some of them are not available in Windows, namely the GTK bindings might not work correctly.
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