Not true dual boot no, running ubuntu natively requires drivers for your own device etc and very few devices have the kind of dev support needed to get this running. This method installed ubuntu within android so all the drivers are already there
Trying this on notion ink adam, here's what I get (I use to get a lot more errors than that, but some posts in this thread helped me get rid of some)
app_6@android:/ $ export PATH=/data/local/bin:$PATH
app_6@android:/ $ su
app_6@android:/ # cd sdcard/ubuntu/
app_6@android:/sdcard/ubuntu # sh ubuntu.sh
Loop device exists
mount: mounting /dev/block/loop255 on /data/local/mnt failed: Invalid argument
net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1
Ubuntu is configured with SSH and VNC servers that can be accessed from the IP:
eth0: No such device
chroot: can't execute '/root/init.sh': No such file or directory
Shutting down Ubuntu ARM
failed: No such file or directory
failed: Invalid argument
Any idea? Anyone?
looks me like a problem with loop devices, have you tried using another loop device/or another rom?
thanks for this torrent. download 3 of them and seeding now
Thanks very much
Originally Posted by DarkhShadow
But its the app devs worst nightmare, and its a pain to root >.>
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Well looking on the XDA forums its not to bad, and my app runs fine in the stock firmware just need to get root and don't worry I will still have my desire s for a while so there will be no stopping of working on the project just at some point will go from desire s to note
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