Ok - I've been wanting to up the size of the ubuntu.img - and here's what I found on how to built it -
Guess I'm going to pop open a virtual machine on a spare PC, install a sandboxed Ubuntu, see if I can decompose ubuntu.img (so as to retain the changes I have), then simply re-assemble into a larger ubuntu.img file.
If anyone's done this and has any tricks to share, please lay 'em on me!
Otherwise, I'll keep you all posted - sure wish I'd found this yesterday when I had the time to goof off more!
PS - Left questions at the dev's site asking for tips.
adb reboot adb shell busybox df -h /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 <-----[make sure you have enough free space] adb shell cd /sdcard/ubuntu mv ubuntu.img oldubuntu.img dd if=/dev/zero of=ubuntu.img bs=1024000 count=XXXX <-----[XXXX is the size in MB you want] mke2fs ubuntu.img <------[answer "y" if it ask if you want to proceed] losetup /dev/block/loop1 ubuntu.img losetup /dev/block/loop2 oldubuntu.img mkdir ubuntu mkdir oldubuntu mount -t ext2 /dev/block/loop1 ubuntu mount -t ext2 /dev/block/loop2 oldubuntu cp -a oldubuntu/* ubuntu umount ubuntu umount oldubuntu reboot
If so then you can delete oldubuntu.img