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Multiboot Linux on Infinity tf700 v0.8.3 (project closed)

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14th February 2013, 11:54 PM   |  #291  
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Re: Native Ubuntu Linux on Infinity tf700
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Kernel contains Clemsyn OC patch, but in list you have Clemsyn "configurations" (performance sh scripts for android). Kernel - is my customized with _that patches. I can't use prepared _that kernel, because it's not support linux - only android, as I see in kernel config.

So even though it is written Clemsyn kernel it is _that modded by you? You should change the name in the installer because it is confusing

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Would you guys say this project is ready to use/try at this stage?

I have Cromi but no nvflash blobs. My main concern is stability and brickability of something like this.

Thanks.

The today release is only a new installer. A new Ubuntu build will be release this weekend. However I have used the available one in the OP and it is totaly perdect for daily use. Once you've configured it weel, I feel no difference with my pc. The only problem for now is that unity is slow, but other desktop environment work perfectly and as fast as they should. I personnaly do not like Unity, so it is not a bg deal for me
15th February 2013, 04:39 AM   |  #292  
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I'm no expert too but maibe i can helpyou.
When you intall it it creates a file on your internal sorage with 10GB or what storage you used i think if you move it to your SD it will probably work since it checks a lot of partitions for that file.

To remove the ubuntu just delete that file and install a new kernel i think..hope it helps

Well tried moving it but doesn't work. Also if I upgrade to newer version do i lose all my set up.


ps. does it work with cromi 3.3
15th February 2013, 05:58 AM   |  #293  
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15th February 2013, 06:11 AM   |  #294  
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Any progress on the hidden SSID wifi issue? How can I help debug?

Any chance we can get a CM10.1 kernel for dualboot?
15th February 2013, 09:10 AM   |  #295  
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Any progress on the hidden SSID wifi issue? How can I help debug?

Any chance we can get a CM10.1 kernel for dualboot?

Yes "+1" for CM 10.1 support.
15th February 2013, 11:20 AM   |  #296  
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And without dock i cannot have wifi.
What kind of debug do you want me to do?

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please, give me detailed information (like dmesg, screenshots, lsmod and other).

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Yes "+1" for CM 10.1 support.

Hmmm... I can't test this, but I will prepare this kernel image, ok.
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15th February 2013, 05:20 PM   |  #297  
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The second time i boot ubuntu after install it, i get a screen where i just get some kind of a shell, where i can login but i don't see any GUI i'm sure i pressed 1 at start.
WOW this is very strange sometimes it happens other times it doesn't happen.

LSMOD (SHELL without UI)
zram
bcmdhd
cfg80211

I think this just happens if i reboot or shutdown ubuntu and try to go to ubuntu again. If i go to android and after that to ubuntu all is ok.
Any idea why? and how to solve it?
Can this have something to do with ubuntu files be on android /data/ubuntu/*? Do you recomend to untick this option on the installation?
Any other recomendations?

I reinstalled the ubuntu and still got this. Even with dock. Without dock i can't even login because i don't have virtual keyboard in this shell.
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15th February 2013, 06:02 PM   |  #298  
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Re: Native Ubuntu Linux on Infinity tf700
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The second time i boot ubuntu after install it, i get a screen where i just get some kind of a shell, where i can login but i don't see any GUI i'm sure i pressed 1 at start.
WOW this is very strange sometimes it happens other times it doesn't happen.

LSMOD (SHELL without UI)
zram
bcmdhd
cfg80211

I think this just happens if i reboot or shutdown ubuntu and try to go to ubuntu again. If i go to android and after that to ubuntu all is ok.
Any idea why? and how to solve it?
Can this have something to do with ubuntu files be on android /data/ubuntu/*? Do you recomend to untick this option on the installation?
Any other recomendations?

I reinstalled the ubuntu and still got this. Even with dock. Without dock i can't even login because i don't have virtual keyboard in this shell.

Did you install another deskyoo environment? It did it to me when I installed gnome-shell. It didn't with other DE though.
15th February 2013, 06:07 PM   |  #299  
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Did you install another deskyoo environment? It did it to me when I installed gnome-shell. It didn't with other DE though.

Completly clean install did not changed anything.
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Hi, I have an odd question. Will normal minecraft java version work on this Ubuntu? It should, but I didn't try it out yet.

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