Originally Posted by workdowg
- I need your help. @moreD_cn
has Hund's 4.2 kernel compiled so that will boot to linux and android. But it looks like your installer and init script needs to point to the new sdcard (/storage/emulated/legacy) directory. I copied my rootfs.img to "sdcard/linux/" but it doesn't see it on boot. I'm looking at the installer right now, maybe I can figure it out....
When I tried it didn't see it in the internal sdcard. What you can do is put an SD card in the dock and install to it if you have the rootfs on the microSD (not sure if you can have the rootfs on dock SD to install to microSD though, didn't try that). When I tried earlier it stuck at 90% and I had to abandon the install. I don't think this is the fault of the installer though, I'll give it another go lateer with another SD in the dock. I suppose you could use the original rabits installer to write the fs to the card, then just update the boot kernel using the new installer from moreD_cn.
Once it is installed onto the SD, I really reccomend putting it in a card reader and creating an image of it using clonezilla on the PC. This makes it far faster and easier to write it back to whatever size of partition you chose. This is extremely helpful for backing it up if you are intending to try updates or installing any system apps that can wreck the whole OS.
From what I did try earlier (didn't have a lot of time though) the moreD_cn kernel worked really well on CROMIX 4.7.0, though it did freeze after about 5 mins (may need to change the voltages for using on my TF700).
I really hope this can kickstart developement on linux for out TF700's again as it would be extremely useful to a lot of people.