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I know running Ubuntu from a 4inch screen is a joke but we have hdmi, so it is more for fun and it is just cool :)
There are plenty of errors, maybe because we are x86 or do not have loop support, which means custom kernel and end of road for osd :(

Here is what adb says:
c:\adb>adb shell
# su
su
root@android:/ # cd /sdcard
cd /sdcard
root@android:/sdcard # cd ubuntu
cd ubuntu
root@android:/sdcard/ubuntu # sh ubuntu.sh
sh ubuntu.sh
rm failed for -f, No such file or directory
rm failed for -f, No such file or directory
rm failed for -f, No such file or directory
rm failed for -f, No such file or directory
rm failed for -f, No such file or directory
mkdir failed for /data/local/mnt, File exists
Unable to chmod bootubuntu: Operation not permitted
Ubuntu Chroot Bootloader v0.1
Ubuntu Bootloader is now installed!
This process does NOT damage Android OS!
Original Installer by Charan Singh
Modified for Ubuntu Chroot by Max Lee at AndroLinux.com ,G2Hacks.com and NexusOn
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To enter the Ubuntu Linux console just type 'bootubuntu'
root@android:/sdcard/ubuntu # bootubuntu
bootubuntu
mount: Invalid argument
mount: No such file or directory
mount: No such file or directory
mount: No such file or directory
Setting /etc/resolv.conf to Google Open DNS 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4
/system/bin/bootubuntu[22]: cannot create /data/local/ubuntu/etc/resolv.conf: No
such file or directory
/system/bin/bootubuntu[23]: cannot create /data/local/ubuntu/etc/resolv.conf: No
such file or directory
Setting localhost on /etc/hosts
/system/bin/bootubuntu[25]: cannot create /data/local/ubuntu/etc/hosts: No such
file or directory
READY TO ROCK AND ROLL BABY!
Brought to you by NexusOneHacks.net and the open source community!

Shutting down Ubuntu
failed: No such file or directory
failed: No such file or directory
failed: No such file or directory
failed: Invalid argument
255|root@android:/sdcard/ubuntu #



I know it was a long shot, but any ideas on the possibility of getting this working on the osd if only for the fun and because we canness of it :lol:

Edited by jikobutsu, 11 November 2012 - 10:23 AM.

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:) hi,
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that a good joke for the fun....(i prefer fuduntu :P )...

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Every day man creates larger, best and safe things, and every day the nature creates better idiots.

For the time being, I think the nature WINS.

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I think It's very far from a joke. With "ubuntu for android" coming it's really something that could be interesting, using our OSD for a full desktop experience.

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so be cool....(now.....it's "like a joke"...but in a while ;) there be done :P ....i think)

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Every day man creates larger, best and safe things, and every day the nature creates better idiots.

For the time being, I think the nature WINS.

' The culture, it's like the jam: less there, more must be smeared it!'

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I agree that this would be quite interesting, especially because the phone can run all the usual ia32 binaries, including wine. Obviously the script is not meant for ia32, so it is no surprise that it does not work. Maybe it would be worth following the instructions to do it by hand? I guess I could create a useful image of ubuntu.

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