Xserver chroot on TF700t
I've been running kexecboot native Linux for a while now and this has been a side project of mine since bumping into Linux Deploy. I really wanted to run my Linux and have my Android too... So, I got tired of trying to get Linux to run on the Android frambuffer and went this route... This runs pretty fast on my tablet. Resources seem way lower than a vnc chroot. And running on an xserver has more advantages.
This is only tested so far with an image file and LXDE (I will be trying a microsd directory install soon
XFCE4 and microsd partition install running fine also.
Use gparted to partition your microsd.
I used a SanDisk Class 10 16gb UH-I (8.5mb/s write and 24.5mb/s read) partitioned to 12gb fat32, 4gb ext4
These are just the settings I used that worked first for me. Play around, you can't hurt anything...
, Xserver XSDL
Setup Linux Deploy:
-Goto settings update environment
-On main screen click the install icon (it is the little down arrow)
-Select your distro
-Architecture - arm7hf
-Installation type - File or ext4 partition
-Installation Path - change path and or file name or microsd partition (ex /dev/block/mmcblk1p2 for 2nd partition on microsd)
-Image size - at least 2GB (default is 4GB)
-User name - pick one or leave it
-Select components - check all
-Desktop environment - LXDE
-Check ssh server and Custom mount points
-Go back to the top and select install.
-After it finishes click Start
Setup Xserver XSDL:
-Home button out and start Xserver XSDL
-Click screen immediately and choose 1900x1136(native) and font 0.5
-For those without a dock you may need to click "Change device configuration" at the top
when it first starts
-Home button out and start Connectbot
-Recent apps select Xserver XSDL
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GT-P1010 - Karmic6
(Screen is dead - But still using) Acer Iconia A200 - JellyTime_R3
Asus Transformer Infinity TF700t (nvflash) - CROMBi-kk
ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 - Stock (For now)
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