Ubuntu removed alot of the files needed to run it on a phone off of their website which is why you are getting the errors on the script to try and install it.
Here's what I mean the website the script is going to to get the files no longer exists...
Heres an example to see for yourself: http://ports.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-ports....9-4_armel.deb
I will try and find a new link to plug in but for now it DOES NOT WORK!
Thank you for your patience on the thread,
==== How to Install Ubuntu Linux on your HTC EVO 3D / Sensation 4G ====
Table of Contents
2: Pre Requirements
3: PC Guide to push to phone
4: MAC Guide to push to phone
5: Additional Scripts
1: News and Updates
2: Additional Notices
This has been tested on my phone and runs perfectly fine, I am not responsible for you breaking, bricking, or dropping your phone on the floor and causing the USB cable to fall out and blow up your device.
A rooted HTC EVO 3D or Sensation 4G
A S-off'd HTC EVO 3D or Sensation 4G
netarchy's kernel (Silverneedle Test5)
The USB drivers for your phone. (x32) (x64)
A microSD Card
2.3 GB Free of space on your microSD card
Know how to read to directions
The intense Procedure:
1. Download this version of Ubuntu. [Download #1] [Download #2]
2. Unzip the Ubuntu folder to your desktop and if you want, delete the compressed one you downloaded.
3. On your phone go to Settings > Applications > Development and turn on USB debugging.
4. Plug in your USB cable (from your computer to your phone) and mount your (mirco)SD card.
5. Move or copy over the unzipped / normal Ubuntu folder. This will take a long time unless you have a class10 microSD card.
6. After moving / copying that file over, tell your phone to unmount the (micro)SD card / Set the phone to Charge Only mode.
7. Now on your computer, go to where you have Android SDK installed. (Example on my computer: E:\Program Files (X86)\Android\android-sdk )
8. When in the main SDK folder, hold shift and right click a blank area and then click on "open command window here". It should of opened the command line window with the directory of your SDK already put in. If not type cd "C:\Your directory or location of your SDK"
9. Now type "cd platform-tools"
9.5. (Optional) "type adb devices" and check if the computer recognizes your phone. If not you need to reinstall your drivers from the download link above in the requirements.
10. Type "adb shell"
11. Type "su" so we have superuser permissions
12. Type "cd /sdcard" so the directory is changed to the (micro)SD card
13. Type "cd ubuntu" so the directory is changed to the Ubuntu File
14. Type "sh ubuntu.sh" so we can install Ubuntu
15. Type "bootubuntu" to start up Ubuntu. Next time you enter Ubuntu, you just need to type "bootubuntu" from your /sdcard/ubuntu directory, there is no need to run ubuntu.sh again.
16. If you got "root@localhost" in the command line, you have sucessfully installed Ubuntu. If not make sure you installed netarchy's kernel. If it still does not install correctly please try a different ROM, I have only tested this on SteelROM 1.1. *AFTER INSTALLING ANY ROM, YOU NEED TO REINTALL THE KERNEL.*
17. Now type "apt-get update" to update Ubuntu to the latest version. Then "apt-get upgrade" to apply the update.
18. Type "apt-get install tightvncserver" to install the vncserver. (Your telling your phone to read off it self pretty much.)
19. Type "export USER=root" To make yourself a user / the user
20. Type "vncserver -geometry 1024×800" to set the screen resolution you want to display on your phone. Remember you can always zoom in by pinching, so you don't need to make this that much smaller. You should also get prompted to set a password, do so. You will need to remember this password to log in.
21. Download the AndroidVNC Viewer off the Market here.
22. Open the viewer, and put in a nickname, your PASSWORD FROM ABOVE, and for the IP Address put: 127.0.0.1 for the port put 5901. THEN SCROLL DOWN and make the COLOR FORMAT 24-bit colors (4bpp).
And finally, hit Connect to launch Ubuntu on your phone!
For Mac users:
Finder -> Applications -> Utilities (folder) -> Terminal
When you cd to where your adb is located, cd is lowercase as are most all unix commands.
If you're unsure where to go, get to adb in your Finder, right-click, get info, the pop-up will show you the path. Note in unix that the folders (subdirectories) are separated by / and not by \ like in Windows.
Once you're there, the only trick you need to know is to tell unix that adb is located where you are, so you change the adb shell command like this:
That's about it, all other instructions once you're inside the phone shell are the same.
OBTW - after the unzip of the initial file from the OP, just drag and drop the whole ubuntu folder to your NO NAME drive (normal sd card formatting doesn't get a name at the factory, so by now you know that your sd card mounts like that anyways I'd suppose - just put it here in case).
That's the script catted out.
I posted a different script a few pages back that I think will help you guys. I modified it so we should have no trouble with apps in sd.. I finally got a bigger sdcard so I can test this stuff and this script works great. Please guys try this script. If you download it in phone it will change the name and add a bin on it I think, so rename it accordingly and make sure it gets into /system/bin with the right permissions (755 or rwxr-xr-x), then run it
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Ubuntu Modded and Guide by: Me
Mac Guide Written by: EarlyMon
danaff37's Script by : danaff37 (of course)
Original dev of Ubuntu: Zedomax
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