Currently we have three methods to transfer data between devices by cable, WiFi, Bluetooth and etc. all of this methods are already available for Pars Enterprise Platforms.
TigerVNC: VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is, in essence, a remote display system which allows you to view a computing `desktop' environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures.
KDE Connect: with this useful program is easy for devices to get connected by wireless.
BlueZ: configuring Bluetooth can be find in system settings to manage Bluetooth devices.
MPT: Media Transfer Protocol is an application to connect your device by cable directly.
- MTP KIO plugin allows applications using the KDE Platform to access files stored on devices that provide access to them via the MTP protocol.
Android-File-Transfer: a reliable MTP client with minimalistic UI. Its features are:
Satellite and TV
Kaffeine is a media player. What makes it different from the others is its excellent support of digital TV (DVB). Kaffeine has user-friendly interface, so that even first time users can start immediately playing their movies: from DVD (including DVD menus, titles, chapters, etc.), VCD, or a file.
Multimedia and Television Support on Linux
The LinuxTV community develops and maintains the Linux Kernel Media Subsystems and several userspace libraries and applications.
The Linux Kernel Media Subsystems provide support for devices like webcams, streaming capture and output, analog TV, digital TV, AM/FM radio, Sofware Digital Radio (SDR), remote controllers and encoders/decoders for compressed video formats. It offers native support for a large number of drivers for commonly available PCI cards and USB devices, but the subsystems are also targeted towards Linux based set-top-boxes and embedded devices like mobile phones.
More information on www.linuxtv.org
Pars Enterprise Platforms use KDE Instant Messaging Contacts as default internet messenger, There are still many other internet messengers out of box such Pidgin, Signal, Telegram and etc.
KDE IM configuration is available under Programs Menu > Settings > System Settings > Instant Messaging and VoIP > Add Account, KDE IM Contacts has a few important features such as: Multi Protocol, Messaging, VoIP System, Video Call, Conference, Desktop Widget.
Signal is a cross-platform encrypted messaging service developed by the Signal Foundation and Signal Messenger LLC. It uses the Internet to send one-to-one and group messages, which can include files, voice notes, images and videos. Its mobile apps can also make one-to-one voice and video calls.
Telegram: messaging app with a focus on speed and security, it is super-fast, simple and free. You can use Telegram on all your devices at the same time — your messages sync seamlessly across any number of your phones, tablets or computers.
Pidgin (formerly named Gaim) is a free and open-source multi-platform instant messaging client, based on a library named libpurple that has support for many instant messaging protocols, allowing the user to simultaneously log into various services from a single application, with a single interface for both the popular and obsolete protocols (from AOL to Discord), thus avoiding the hassle of having to deal with a new bloated, unaudited, closed-source, and different piece of software for each device and protocol. Pidgin is widely used for its Off-the-Record Messaging (OTR) plugin, which offers end-to-end encryption.
Off-the-Record Messaging (OTR) is a cryptographic protocol that provides encryption for instant messaging conversations. OTR uses a combination of AES symmetric-key algorithm with 128 bits key length, the Diffie–Hellman key exchange with 1536 bits group size, and the SHA-1 hash function. In addition to authentication and encryption, OTR provides forward secrecy and malleable encryption.