Many of us are dreaming of having a real native desktop operating system on Galaxy Note 10.1 as a second system. Of course, the software there is not touch-optimized, but you can attach keyboard and mouse via USB-OTG and Bluetooth and imagine it's a netbook
exception13 showed us that it's possible and shared his work on in a forum and repo. X-Stranger could use it and shared compiled images of ArchLinux. But what if you want to do something more specific for your own needs and you are not such a great developer as both of them are?
My project is for all of you who want to have native GNU/Linux, who want to participate but don't know how yet. It's a guide how to build it from scratch. The problem is - I am not a superdev too and I couldn't do many things. Frankly speaking, all the remaining things seem to be small but I don't know how to overcome them. Maybe it's because I'm studying economics but not programming
Link to the guide.
I need help from anyone who knows how to overcome any of the problems on every step! Everything I managed to do by myself is already written there and currently I have a compiled kernel which is booting a partition on external SD but it freezes there.
If you have any ideas - you can just make a pull request out of Github's webinterface, if you don't know how to edit this html but know something about building Linux - you are welcome to open an issue or write it here and I will include it in the guide.
Let's make our Galaxy Note 10.1 better together!