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[Q&A] Ubuntu on the Transformer (eMMC install)

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By lilstevie, Senior Recognized Developer on 29th July 2011, 06:11 AM
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30th July 2011, 01:35 AM |#31  
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that would explain it, although it should have been statically linked, which distribution are you using?

Ubuntu 11.04 64bit
 
 
30th July 2011, 01:45 AM |#32  
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Ubuntu 11.04 64bit

Ok after doing a little searching abootimg needs to be recompiled for x86_64 machines as libblkid.so is not in ia32-libs. this is hard to test as my linux machines are 32bit
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Ok after doing a little searching abootimg needs to be recompiled for x86_64 machines as libblkid.so is not in ia32-libs. this is hard to test as my linux machines are 32bit

Maybe getting the 32bit libs would work. I don't know though..

I'll happily test any file compiled for 64bit if you want.

(I'll just VirtualBox Ubuntu 10.10 32bit for now)
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30th July 2011, 02:35 AM |#34  
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Maybe getting the 32bit libs would work. I don't know though..

I'll happily test any file compiled for 64bit if you want.

(I'll just VirtualBox Ubuntu 10.10 32bit for now)

let me know how it goes, I will put together a 64 bit compatible pack soon.
30th July 2011, 03:06 AM |#35  
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flashpack has been updated

the only change to this pack is support for 64bit host machines
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Sorry to be dense but I'm missing part of the process. I've downloaded the files and moved ubuntu.img and the android.img's to the /images folder but I don't know where to run the script from. I guessed, and copied the files to the /Removable/MicroSD/ folder and using Script Manager tried to run flash-linux-android.sh as root. I end up with errors that it can't find ./ubuntu/abootimg and ./nvflash.

So I guess my questions are, how do I extract the flash kit and not lose the ./ hidden folder and do I run the script from the /Removable/MicroSD/ folder or somewhere else?

Thanks so much for releasing this pack and helping a noob.
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Sorry to be dense but I'm missing part of the process. I've downloaded the files and moved ubuntu.img and the android.img's to the /images folder but I don't know where to run the script from. I guessed, and copied the files to the /Removable/MicroSD/ folder and using Script Manager tried to run flash-linux-android.sh as root. I end up with errors that it can't find ./ubuntu/abootimg and ./nvflash.

So I guess my questions are, how do I extract the flash kit and not lose the ./ hidden folder and do I run the script from the /Removable/MicroSD/ folder or somewhere else?

Thanks so much for releasing this pack and helping a noob.

you run the scripts from a linux computer (windows coming soon)
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you run the scripts from a linux computer (windows coming soon)

I'm running Ubuntu x64, (thanks for the update btw So do I use adb to start the script or do I run a command locally to install over usb?

If this is more support than you'd like to provide for this release I will understand, I'm just anxious to get started with Ubuntu on the Transformer.
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2 questions, first is are graphics drivers/unity working yet, second is where should I be looking at to avoid asking this question and follow updates? Twitter, mystery thread, IRC? Am I missing something?

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