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Installing Linux on AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Loop Devices Kernel Issue

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11th September 2014, 02:28 PM   |  #11  
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did this end up working for you guys?

is anyone working with freedraeno drivers with the note3? i can't seem to find anyone talking about this stuff at all... might start a thread on it in dev.
11th September 2014, 11:42 PM   |  #12  
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You can also just dump your rootfs in /data. Since Note 3 is datamedia-based it has a huge ext3 data partition shared for apps and user data. You can take advantage of this by sticking your chroot there and having access to shared space. Then just write a script to chroot into /data/debian or whatever distro you use. I've been using this for a few months with great success.
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