Originally Posted by saco274
Noob here. I installed the bochs apk, extracted the SDL zip, took SDL folder and put it on the root of my SD card. Then I downloaded redhat_6.512mb.zip and renamed it c.img and put it in sdl folder and then I ran bochs apk and it went into a black screen quickly and then it went back to normal as if nothing happened. What did I do wrong?
Any help would be appreciated.
Did you extract redhat_6.512mb.zip and rename the actual img file "c.img" or did you rename the zip folder "c.img"? If you renamed the zip folder, it won't work. You need the actual img file. I got redhat to install, but it asks for a localhost login and no user/pw combos that I tried worked, so no luck actually getting in.
EDIT: Can't get any of the Android x86 ISOs to Run from the Live CD or Install. I have a Qualcomm CPU, so that might be why. None of those are designed for Qualcomm. The 2.2 generic ISO just crashes instantly and trying to install ICS or Honeycomb gives me that kernel is wrong error I posted above.
EDIT2: Trying to get the nightly GB running from this guy's x86 nightlies page - http://mariuz.android-dev.ro/
- works in Boch, but when I try to install it it gives me this error, is there a way to change the install path on Bochs?:
Booting 'Android Install to /dev/sda from /dev/sdb
Error 21: Selected disk does not exist
Damnet all. I can't get anything working
Debian worked, but was just a command prompt. RedHat needed a user/pass which no combo would work. And Ubuntu failed to install. The Windows ISO's I've used don't work either.