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i saw plasma active is updated ..plz someoen make a flashable zip of the new build ?
 
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I was adding a rom. I completely over looked the instructions about flashing normally >_<

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i saw plasma active is updated ..plz someoen make a flashable zip of the new build ?
Hmmm, you have a link???

I just checked and the 1/7/2013 image is still posted........... I saw the new video of current status though, looks much better.
 
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How can i flash ubuntu 13.04. I see Tass uploaded it in goo.im in multirom thread. It's a .img file, not sure how to flash .img file.

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How can i flash ubuntu 13.04. I see Tass uploaded it in goo.im in multirom thread. It's a .img file, not sure how to flash .img file.

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When you make "Add ROM" you have the possibility to choose Ubuntu install.
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When you make "Add ROM" you have the possibility to choose Ubuntu install.
In add rom, there is option for flashing zip files. I need to flash .img format of ubuntu.

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Flashing as normal zip, maybe i wasn't reading something correctly.
Well this could have be my problem too, I was adding/flashing Bodhi under MultiROM menu, but never got it to start.

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i saw plasma active is updated ..plz someoen make a flashable zip of the new build ?
I will update as soon as I can. If anybody makes the zip before, please share it...
PS: Fedora is not working for me. If someone get it to work please share zip.
 
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i saw plasma active is updated ..plz someoen make a flashable zip of the new build ?
No, it wasn't, at least not here http://download.kde.org/unstable/act...images/nexus7/
If you are reading posts on this blog, then you are a bad reader - all of the changes are in repositories, and you can download them if you so desire - it is described how to do that in those posts.

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I will update as soon as I can. If anybody makes the zip before, please share it...
PS: Fedora is not working for me. If someone get it to work please share zip.
That Fedora is for Tegra 2, and for basicaly "desktop computer, just with ARM instead of x86" on top of that, so there's pretty much no reason to even try to port that.
 
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No, it wasn't, at least not here http://download.kde.org/unstable/act...images/nexus7/
If you are reading posts on this blog, then you are a bad reader - all of the changes are in repositories, and you can download them if you so desire - it is described how to do that in those posts.


That Fedora is for Tegra 2, and for basicaly "desktop computer, just with ARM instead of x86" on top of that, so there's pretty much no reason to even try to port that.
I bet you are lookin forward to an upcoming ubuntu tab os release.......

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