anbox 0.0~git20190124-1 source package in Ubuntu


anbox (0.0~git20190124-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream snapshot.
  * Add 0006-unsafe-workaround-for-issue-1057.patch (Closes: #923403)

 -- Shengjing Zhu <email address hidden>  Sat, 02 Mar 2019 00:03:49 +0800

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Shengjing Zhu on 2019-03-01
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anbox_0.0~git20190124.orig.tar.gz 4.3 MiB ad5d0c85edfe31e1264d73d8e925545d60f82e291a067bbb12f549d681d22698
anbox_0.0~git20190124-1.debian.tar.xz 8.7 KiB 696ad8303a6d6053480b47c8aecdcf2d72aa5f648d2ec624bb71723c03e3f11c

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anbox: Android in a box

 Anbox is a container-based approach to boot a full Android system on a
 regular GNU/Linux system.
 In other words: Anbox will let you run Android on your Linux system
 without the slowness of virtualization.
 Anbox uses Linux namespaces (user, pid, uts, net, mount, ipc) to run a
 full Android system in a container and provide Android applications on any
 GNU/Linux-based platform.
 The Android inside the container has no direct access to any hardware. All
 hardware access is going through the anbox daemon on the host. It reuses
 what Android implemented within the QEMU-based emulator for OpenGL ES
 accelerated rendering. The Android system inside the container uses
 different pipes to communicate with the host system and sends all hardware
 access commands through these.
 This package needs Android kernel modules and rootfs image, see
 /usr/share/doc/anbox/README.Debian for information.

anbox-dbgsym: debug symbols for anbox