I think it has: http://packages.debian.org/sid/libreoffice
Here it is, the updated windows flash kit
1- Make sure to have Asus Sync installed on your PC (if u don't have it, download it here)
2- Download and extract the windows-flash-kit-v3.rar inside the Asus Sync installation folder.
3- Put the boot.img bootloader.bin recovery.img system.img ubuntu.img inside the folder and run the runme.bat.
To change between OS u will need to that the kernel via CWM, please check this
To make the touchpad working follow these steps
1- Make sure u have the Asus Sync running, your TF101 is connected and turned on in log in screen (ubuntu)
2- Run runme.bat
3- Go to ADB Menu and check if your device is recognized, if it doesnt just Kill and Start the ADB again till it recognize it
4- Go Back and enter the Dualbooting System menu
5- Go to Install touchpad support and fix conflicts with wi-fi menu then run the function 1, then 2 and so on, till the 4... if u get error's on ADB just do the step 3 again and return to the function that u were...
For those who already done this steps and changed between systems and want the touchpad back on again just do the step 3 and then go to Install touchpad support and fix conflicts with wi-fi menu then run the function 2...
thats the flash kit only, u will need to download the ubuntu.img, from the 1st (or 2nd, i dont know...) post... then u will need to download the rom u want (nvflash versions only!) or u can backup your current rom and then flash with that... Atm u have prime, revolver and revolution hd, but i think that prime is the only one who have a working version of nvflashd for download
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i remembered just now... lilstevie, i've a question for u... why this is taking so long... not that i'm on a rush... but... u know... its a lot of time without any updates... are u gonna wait for ubuntu 11.10 to be released? it looks quite nice... and most importantly it comes with an improved virtual keyboard... i think that ubuntu devs also thought about the tablets market... so.. what u have in mind?
Hello all. I'm new at this so please give me your support a bit.
I need to flash my TF101 to dual boot with Ubuntu.
I've seen the instruction for windows
I've downloaded the flash kit, prime 2.0.1 and update to 2.0.2.
Now I've got:
boot.img recovery.img system.img ubuntu.img and flasher ready but I don’t know where to get bootloader.bin from. Where should I find it?
I’m impatience to start with it already.
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