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[GSM/CDMA]EternityProject WebTop Mod -- Full Ubuntu Natty Narwhal on RAZR --

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30th November 2011, 09:04 PM   |  #1  
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Welcome to the EternityProject's WebTop Modifications Thread for Motorola RAZR

What do we have here?
Ubuntu Natty. Ubuntu Natty. Ubuntu Natty. Is it enough?

What do we need?
1. A brain
2. A RAZR
3. .....Anything you want

Download:
WebTopMOD v0.2a (Natty) for Motorola RAZR: HERE
domain_policy.conf: HERE
sudoers: HERE

Easy INSTALL & STARTUP Scripts: HERE

Instructions:
1. UnBz2/UnTar the archive
2. Copy the IMG file on the root of your external sdcard
3. Install the Easy Scripts with bootstrap/safestrap recovery
4. Enjoy!

WebTopMOD Changelog:
Code:
v0.2a:
Image file now is 3.5GB, FAT32 friendly!
v0.2:
Updated to Natty Narwhal
Prelinked all libraries for faster execution
Added EternityProject branding
Installed base dev tools
The Gimp included
Fixed some errors in APT
Regenerated all the locales and fixed locale errors
....and many many other fixes :)
v0.1:
- First release.
EPRJWTScripts Changelog:
Code:
v0.1:
- First time setup included
- Added scripts for WebTopMOD easy boot
MANUAL First Time Setup:
Code:
adb push domain_policy.conf /tmp/
adh push sudoers /tmp/
adb shell
su
cp domain_policy.conf /etc/tomoyo/
cp sudoers /etc/
chown root:root /etc/tomoyo/domain_policy.conf
chown root:root /etc/sudoers
chmod 440 /etc/sudoers
reboot
Then start WebTop and execute this:
Code:
*********PRELIMINARY VERSION SCRIPT*********

su
/usr/bin/sudo -H -u adas bash
export DISPLAY=:0
xhost +
sudo -i
mknod -m640 /dev/loop94 b 7 94
mkdir /tmp/wtm
mount -o loop /sdcard-ext/eternitywtm.img /tmp/wtm
mount -o bind /proc /tmp/wtm/proc
mount -o bind /dev /tmp/wtm/dev
mount -o bind /dev/pts /tmp/wtm/dev/pts
mount -o bind /dev/shm /tmp/wtm/dev/shm
mount -o bind /proc/bus/usb /tmp/wtm/proc/bus/usb
mount -o bind /sys /tmp/wtm/sys
mount -o bind /tmp /tmp/wtm/tmp
mount -o bind /var/tmp /tmp/wtm/var/tmp
mount -o bind /var/run/dbus/ /tmp/wtm/var/run/dbus
mount -o bind /var/lib/dbus/ /tmp/wtm/var/lib/dbus
mount -o bind /sdcard /tmp/wtm/sdcard
mount -o bind /sdcard-ext /tmp/wtm/sdcard-ext
chroot /tmp/wtm /bin/bash
export DISPLAY=:0
xterm
The xterm window is acting on the new Maverick system.

Replacing WebTop UI with Lightweight GNOME (only panels and metacity) in v0.2:
Code:
eprj_lightgnome
Replacing WebTop with Full GNOME in v0.2:
Code:
eprj_fullgnome
Replacing WebTop UI with Lightweight GNOME (only panels and metacity) in v0.1:
Code:
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep webtop-panel | cut -c10-15)
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep apptray | cut -c10-15)
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep metacity | cut -c10-15)
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep xscreensaver | cut -c10-15)
sleep 3
gnome-panel &
metacity -c &
Replacing WebTop with Full GNOME in v0.1:
Code:
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep webtop-panel | cut -c10-15)
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep apptray | cut -c10-15)
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep metacity | cut -c10-15)
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep webtop-wallpaper | cut -c10-15)
kill $(ps -ef | grep 5000 | grep xscreensaver | cut -c10-15)
sleep 3
gnome-session &
Status:
The WebTop MOD FileSystem is ready.
Note that it is an alpha version so, not everything will work flawlessly and easily. If APT doesn't work, check /etc/resolv.conf.

Oldies:
WebTopMOD v0.1 (Maverick) for Motorola RAZR: HERE

Heheh!
So, I wanna do some questions to the community for making this to be better.

1. What do you expect from this release?
2. What are the programs you want to find on it?
3. What do you want to be able to do?


Thanks for your replies, guys!



The EternityProject Developer,
-kholk
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OpenOffice.org Writer



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30th November 2011, 09:25 PM   |  #3  
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Great work!

1. What do you expect from this release?
A perfectly functional Ubuntu Maverick. Support for sudo, apt-get and such tings. I have never used webtop so I don't know what to expect. But a working Ubuntu as close as possible to the desktop edition would be a dream.

2. What are the programs you want to find on it?
Except from the default (maybe remove some unnecessary if space is needed, for example evolution (I think most android users use gmail) and gimp if it was still included in 10.10) I just want programs needed for correct function.

3. What do you want to be able to do?
Everything

Just a thought. Was 10.10 released for ARM?
Wondering if there are repositories available...

And why 10.10 and not 11.10? Is webtop using the same kernel as Android so we can't compile a newer one?
30th November 2011, 09:35 PM   |  #4  
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Im not exactly sure what I expect, I had a Bionic for 2 weeks prior to the RAZR, and its webtop mod basically made the Bionic a mouse and HDMI out to a tv a computer. Thats all I want, Santa.
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You, good sir, have made my day!

1. What do you expect from this release?
I'd love the webtop be to much quicker. I think if you could introduce swap space, the speed could be increased greatly. I know there was a patch for that on the Bionic, so it would be excellent to see that on here to ensure it performs well.

2. What are the programs you want to find on it?
Is Mobile View possible? Also, I'd like to be able to compile code... can you maybe get Eclipse or Netbeans? Additionally, OpenOffice would be nice.

3. What do you want to be able to do?
I'm using my webtop primarily for taking notes in class, but I would absolutely love to have the ability to compile code so I can work on assignments on-the-go.

THANK YOU!!!
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I'm installing Evolution and OpenOffice. I'll possibly install GIMP, too, but Eclipse and Netbeans are really big, so if anyone needs it, apt-get will work so you'll be able to install it on your own.

Anyway, please don't request big things, it should be a base system. Its size now (with Evolution) is 2GB. I expect it to grow to 2.5GB with OpenOffice.
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How does it seem to be performing so far? Compared to the lapdock OS already installed?
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This must be something different than what was out for the Bionic. That was just a couple megs and basically allowed webtop over HDMI without any adapters.
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What you're referring to was a modification to Motorola's APKs for allowing WebTop over HDMI. This is a chroot into full Ubuntu Maverick through WebTop.
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The link is broken... you added an extra w in the newworld part lol

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