Halium port for Nexus 6P
From the Halium website:
It aims to standardize the lower level layers and middleware of mobile Linux for other projects to have a common base to start from such as Plasma Mobile, UBports, LuneOS, and Sailfish OS.
This port is intended to extend the support of Halium to a new device and to provide a base upon which ports of non-Android Linux distributions can be based upon.
This is an initial port, so stabilty (or it even working properly) is not guaranteed.
At the moment, there is no VT (virtual console) support due to requirements in order for Halium to be successfully built.
For more details, you can go to the device port page on the Halium Project Management issue page or on the pull request in the halium-devices Git repo.
You can download the files to manually flash Halium here.
The repositories for this can be found here (kernel), here (repository manifest), and here (vendor). The Android code is based from LineageOS 14.1 (7.1 Nougat).
P.S. Could someone please tell me where I should actually have this thread posted in? Due to the nature of the project, I'm not sure whether this even belongs in Android Development, Original Android Development, or neither. I just put this in General to be safe.