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[Q] Unable to use linux deploy on rooted galaxy s3

OP mba273

11th February 2014, 01:04 AM   |  #1  
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I recently rooted my galaxy s3 (carried by telus) and today I decided to try to install a linux distro onto it. I downloaded linux deploy, gave it permission with super su and attempted to install debian. I got the message "updating environment ...fail" and the install wouldn't work. I tried several other distros too and had the same issue. Afterward, I went into the supersu log and it said the error was "tmp-mksh: <stdin>[1]: /data/local/linux/bin/linuxdeploy: not found".

I'd really like to find a fix for this and any help is appreciated. Also I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to this sort of thing so try to keep it simple please.

Thanks in advance.
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