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By exception13, Member on 28th December 2012, 11:10 AM
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I'm successfull running Debian GNU/Linux on my SGN 10.1 with "dualboot" (my kernel and debian initrd in recovery partitions). It's very easy and nice to use.

look at demo video


currently don't work: GPU (hardkernel can release exynos Xorg drivers for Odroid project, DRI work in progress), MFC (hardware encoder/decoder), cameras (work in progress), gps (work in progress), modem (work in progress).

and it's nice work with my laser printer via cups

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Linux Kernel source code and other stuff http://code.google.com/p/opensgn
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28th December 2012, 12:22 PM |#2  
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Guide please how to do it? can I keep stock JB?
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Guide please how to do it? can I keep stock JB?

my first installation was on sd-card. current i resize userdata partition on eMMC and move system into eMMC (it's get best IO performance) and i have "dualboot" normal mode - stock android, recovery - debian gnu/linux.
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Guide please how to do it? can I keep stock JB?

for boot any GNU/Linux you just need aboot image with kernel (stock or self build) with option root pointed to you rootfs and initrd from you distributive. i'm make rootfs with debootstrap, binfmt misc, qemu-arm-user-static and chroot.
28th December 2012, 01:33 PM |#5  
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If you can provide a full "how to" guide it would be nice ^^
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If you can provide a full "how to" guide it would be nice ^^

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If you can provide a full "how to" guide it would be nice ^^

ok. i'm try to write how-to.
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I was waiting for something like this to appear, i am very glad
Can't wait for the how to !!!
Btw, i have bought odroid u2 and it should be delivered on 9th of January next year.
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Fantastic! I'm just dying to get this up and running.
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I've always thought that once a stable version of Linux is available on Android tablets, I will never have to worry about Android updates ever again!

Especially with the fact that the galaxy note 10.1 has the power to run Linux pretty nicely, I shouldn't need to upgrade my tablet for a while!

Looking forward to hearing more about this project!

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