*working sound (I think you will like the volume button sounds)
*working wifi powered on at startup
*working bluetooth powered on at startup
*working 5 finger gestures with touchegg
*DeLorean Dark Theme
*custom Kernel+Modules for Wine+Qemu Add-on?
*Did I mention Wine Add-on? To play solitaire and space cadet pinball. They are in Applications Other
*A bunch of hacks.. they removed /etc/fstab and if you try to add an entry like I did then udev won't boot! I used the /etc/init.d/audiod_srv file to mount what I wanted.
*Freedreno latest with Mesa
You will need my Kernel.
If you want to run wine x86 with qemu.. Simply put the wine.sqsh file on your sdcard when you boot.
I did that to save space.. and so people can toggle back and forth. I originally had wine merged into the filesystem but now everything symbolically links to /usr/gnemul
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0ER...it?usp=sharing 4GBUbuntuInstallSystem13Alpha.sh FIXED
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0ER...it?usp=sharing uImage.Ubuntu13 this is the right one for sure
Do this in novacom.. you should have a bash shell with root at /media/internal
THESE DIRECTIONS ASSUME YOU ALREADY HAVE UBUNTU INSTALLED! You need to have a 4GB Partition created for ubuntu to be installed on before hand.
http://code.google.com/p/hp-touchpad...i/Installation You need to get to Step 6
Place Rootfs.tar.gz and wine.sqsh and 4GBUbuntuInstallSystem13Alpha.sh and uImage.Ubuntu13 on the sdcard. You WILL need to replace the Kernel to run wine. If you don't and want to use your own kernel, then you MUST replace the modules. If you run your kernel with my modules you MIGHT get a reboot when using a lot of bandwidth over wifi. If I ftp'd a file over wifi, it would crash. I had to recompile ath6k to get around that. That is what happens 100% of the time if I use my kernel with the standard modules that we have been playing with. It's because my kernel is compiled with VMSPLIT-3G and it affects ath6k unless it gets recompiled along with the kernel.
TO INSTALL KERNEL
mount -o remount,rw /boot
cp /media/internal/uImage.Ubuntu13 /boot/uImage.Ubuntu
mount -o remount,ro /boot
TO INSTALL FILE SYSTEM
when it's done you should have it.
PROBLEMS YOU MAY ENCOUNTER:
Touchscreen may stop responding. If it does do a 5 finger tap to verify that. You may need to do it a couple of times. That seems to help. 5 finger tap is like pressing the start\windows key on your keyboard.
I added 3 startup programs
2. Sound enable unmuting at login
3. Bluetooth enable at login
Touchegg can be removed by just going to startup applications and removing it. That will go back to single touch. Check out the gestures and the onscreen keyboard. Hold down on a mouse key and then click on an icon. It should work. Easier to resize the keyboard.
DOUBLE CLICKING WITH TOUCHEGG
You can two finger click for a double, use the onscreen keyboard.. or do a fast double to triple tap.. It is odd.. Somethings can't be double clicked very easily and some can....Maybe you guys can help with that? Maybe its a 13.04 Alpha thing.
THREE FINGER SWIPE UP AND DOWN MAXIMIZES AND MINIMIZES.
It's alpha.. No, really.