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Lauri Ojansivu edited this page Apr 29, 2020 · 10 revisions

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Running Wekan server at Android

Requirements:

  • arm64 or x64 Android with at least 3 GB RAM. Tested with with arm64 OnePlus 3 that has 6 GB RAM.
  • It is not necessary to root Android.

1) Install AnLinux and Termux from Play Store

At AnLinux choose:

  • Ubuntu
  • XFCE4
  • Copy those commands to Termux to install Linux.

2) At Termux

When you get from Termux to Ubuntu bash, you can install Wekan similarly like arm64 or x64: https://github.com/wekan/wekan/wiki/Raspberry-Pi

Edit start-wekan.sh so you can start Wekan for example:

ROOT_URL=http://localhost:2000
PORT=2000

At Android webbrowser like Chrome and Firefox browse to http://localhost:2000

3) WLAN

If you connect to WLAN, you can get your IP address with command:

ip address

Edit start-wekan.sh so you can start Wekan for example:

ROOT_URL=http://IP-ADDRESS:2000
PORT=2000

Then you can use any computer or mobile phone Javascript capable webbrowser at WLAN to use Wekan at http://IP-ADDRESS:2000 like http://192.168.0.100:2000 . More info about ROOT_URL.

4) Optional: Mobile Linux Desktop

Requirements:

  • 1 WLAN, for example: mobile hotspot, Android device sharing WLAN, hotel WLAN, office WLAN
  • ChromeCast that is connected to HDMI Input of hotel/office/home TV and WLAN
  • Bluetooth keyboard
  • Bluetooth mouse
  • 1 Android device that has:
    • Wekan installed according to steps 1-3 above
    • Android VNC client to local AnLinux Ubuntu desktop
    • Firefox installed with apt-get to that Ubuntu desktop, browsing Wekan at http://IP-ADDRESS:2000
    • Using ChromeCast to show Android full screen at TV

This way, you have:

  • Big TV display
  • Full size keyboard and mouse
  • Full featured Firefox at Ubuntu Desktop using Wekan