Android version 2.3.5
Kernel version 126.96.36.199
this is a mocordroid with an ARM cortex A5 1Ghz dual core cpu (but the second core is disabled for some reason)
Did you mean this? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2598481
And yes I do have a unix PC available
I have since updated bootscript.sh quite a bit, and incorporated those updates into my own (pre-beta) partition mounting script that I have hosted on my server under the name masterbootscript.sh.
Assuming you were to use my script, you would need to:
#1: Have an SD card with enough space to house your new LinuxOnAndroid distro. partition
#2: Copy your LinuxOnAndroid image file you intend to use to a Linux/Unix PC
#3: Format the 2nd partition on your SD card (on the PC) to a filesystem your kernel supports (probably ext2 for your particular device)
#4: Mount the newly formatted sd card partition to /partition on your PC
#5: Mount the image file to /image on your PC
#6: In a terminal session on your PC, su to root, then use the command: cp -aR /image/* /partition
#7: Unmount both the image & the partition on your PC
#8: Move SD card to your android device.
#9: Download http://www.robherc.com/hosted/linuxo...rbootscript.sh to the /data/data/com.zpwebsites.linuxonandroid/files folder on your android.
#10: Chmod that downloaded file to 0755
#11: From a rooted terminal on the android, execute /data/data/com.zpwebsites.linuxonandroid/files/masterbootscript.sh & follow the on-screen prompts to select the partition you're wanting to run your linux distro. from.
NOTICE: The masterbootscript.sh file is still considered to be a PRE-BETA release, meaning that while it has worked on all tested devices so far, it still isn't ready to be considered as a "release candidate," and I'm not responsible if your device gets messed up while using it.