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ok so I am on clean rom inheretence 3.3 and was just waiting to flash this to see if it works. and it works like a freakin charm. thank you developers! I know its just going to get better as well! does anyone know if wine would work on this? I want to try to get league of legends running this baby and see if it works. this is awesome thank you guys again
 
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sorry dude wish I could help. all I can say is when I flashed it a couple of times it stopped at a certain place on the command list and would reboot. at one point it kept doing the smae thingfor a while. then I rebooted it with hardware buttons and it just worked.

question to op or anyone who knows, am I able to install wine with this? it is 12.10 ubuntu right?

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question to op or anyone who knows, am I able to install wine with this? it is 12.10 ubuntu right?
If you are a developer, you can try something like this: http://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=17701
 
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Tried to use the installer, but it just stops at 90% (extracting rootfs).
I've tried installing it to both an SD card and internal memory. I left it for over half an hour at 90% before I restarted.

Any suggestions? Where does the installer put the log file?



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Tried to use the installer, but it just stops at 90% (extracting rootfs).
I've tried installing it to both an SD card and internal memory. I left it for over half an hour at 90% before I restarted.

Any suggestions? Where does the installer put the log file?



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It takes a lot at 90% but never like 30 minutes.
Try to delete all stuff and try it clean with the installer and the rootfs in the device memory not in the sdcard.

remove:
/data/ubuntu
/data/media/linux

Then just start the process and leave the tablet alone for 20 minutes, really alone.
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does anyone know if I woud be able to get this game running on ubuntu http://www.ftlgame.com/

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Got it installed, but am now having some interesting problems.

Code:
# getconf _NPROCESSORS_ONLN
1
# head /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/online
==> /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/online <==
1

==> /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu1/online <==
0

==> /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu2/online <==
0

==> /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu3/online <==
0
For whatever reason, CPUs 1-3 are offline and refuse to come online:

Code:
# cd /sys/devices/system/cpu
# echo 1 > cpu1/online
# cat cpu1/online
0
dmesg says its booting the CPU then shuts it right back down. Unfortunately it doesn't provide any insight into this decision:

Code:
[ 2051.521460] CPU1: Booted secondary processor
[ 2051.521727]  tegra_cpu_init : emc_clk->min_rate to 204M
[ 2051.525034] Switched to NOHz mode on CPU #1
[ 2051.615318] cpu_down(1)+
[ 2051.907510] CPU1: shutdown
[ 2051.914031] cpu_down(1)-
[ 2052.398490] cpu ext_temperature=36
Anyone seen this before and/or have solutions?

Also, is there a git tree for this kernel? Where's the boot configuration stored (e.g kernel image, boot command line, etc)?
 
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Great work!! Cheers from canada

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