You have to:
- install a nvflashable rom like Prime
- backup your data (cause the installation will wipe everything)
- download ubuntu rootfs
1) select whether you want to dual boot, and which OS you want as
2) make absolutely sure that you have backed up your data, everything
past this point is going to destroy your data.
3) run the appropriate sh for the choice you have made in step 1
flash-purelinux.sh for a pure ubuntu setup, this is no android
recovery is ubuntu single user mode.
flash-linux-android.sh for installing android and linux dual boot
with android as the default OS. To boot into linux hold power+vol-down
until prompted on screen to press vol-up.
flash-linux.sh for installing android and linux in dual boot with
android and linux, linux is the default OS, to boot into android
hold power+vol-down until prompted on screen to press vol-up.
flash-android.sh for installing android only, no linux, use this to restore
back to a android only state, this will retain the blobs-be-gone enhancement.
restore-default.sh for reverting to a factory state, this restores the emmc
layout back to how it was before running any of the scripts in this pack.
4) Boot into linux, oem-config will run giving you initial setup. For this
you will need either the keyoard dock, or to use adb.
5) To use the onscreen keyboard you need to attach the usb cable to your
computer and wait for it to boot to the language selection screen.
Make sure not to disconnect the cable from your transformer while you are
using the keyboard during initial setup.
Connect to the device with adb shell. once connected execute "DISPLAY=:0 onboard"
The onscreen keyboard will appear.
6) Enjoy the new life you have with ubuntu on your transformer.
7) Once on the internet you may like to add the tegra ppa
I've not installed it yet..but it seems that the passages are well described..
I've read that with ubuntu installation you will lose recovery..
if something goes wrong with the installation which method I have to use to restore my transformer?..