Download Corbin Champion US$10 Payment apk 1 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 4.8 KB
My Android applications will now be supported by a "pay what you want" system. You can choose your price US$1 - US$50 in US$1 increments.
The first app that will be migrated to this system will be Octave, followed by others.
While this may be disappointing for some, I have realized that giving this work away free (as in $) doesn't serve your or my interests well. It is clear from users that they love what I have done, but want more features and better support. It bothers me significantly that I am not able to provide it because of time and money constraints. This will not be about making a lot of money, this will simply be about creating a better project by paying for developer time going forward.
By the way, if you have paid previously via the Play Store for any of my apps, no additional charge is required. Also, paying one amount will cover your usage of all of my apps, which will all adopt the same payment system.
How money is spent (after Google gets their cut):
10% (or more): Donated to Free or Open projects that my works is dependent on.
10% (or more): To the Lord's work (humanitarian work).
Remaining: Developer time
There is pretty much 0 overhead for the work I do.
Corbin Champion part of our Tools and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Dec. 10, 2013. Google play rating is 92.0. Current verison is 1. Actual size 4.8 KB.
I always did love Linux In 1983 when I started my love affair with computers - one of my ocupoxes - I asked my uncle for any advice he could give. He simply said 'Look out for UNIX' I heard of Linux not that long after the development started in 1991 and in 1994 I installed my first Linux distro, Red Hat 2.1. I spent hours sifting through the source packages to see what they did and it was fun. But now, the incredible simplicity behind apt-get blows Windows out through the back door.
Exactly what I wanted! Other Linux-on-Android projects seem to push a bloated GUI installation. All I needed was a minimal text-only install to deploy my web app to Red Hat OpenShift. It works perfectly! I was able to yum install the OpenShift command line tools package and access my Git repo. Very responsive and light on system resources, even on my old Galaxy Nexus! Thanks!
Awesome! Works! Is there a small tutorial on how to log into a non-root user account? I have already made an user with `adduser` !
Your work is truely appreciated I am a very happy user of GNURoot. Hope you still have plans to implement xterm etc. and develop your app even further.