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Making an Android container with Ubuntu 12.04 on the Samsung ARM Chromebook : initrd file not found

I'm trying to run Android as guest OS with LXC containers on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on the ARM Chromebook, reading this tutorial. At some point of the tutorial, it says: Then get the initrd for your ...
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linux on arm bios-less netbook running android

I have a netbook running Android 4.0 with an ARM processor. It does not have a normal bios at the startup so I cannot boot from USB. Is there a way to load a Linux distro in it? This is the netbook: ...
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What are all the mandatory content of the boot partition?

While studying about booting an Android on a board, I have learnt that MLO (X-loader), U-Boot and uImage are necessary to boot the Android on the board. But I wondered that when I have come to know ...
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Linux and Android apps on ARM vs x86

There are a plethora of low-cost ARM-based mini-devices coming out (Cotton Candy, etc). Some of these are Android-only, some Linux-only, and some allow both operating systems to run. The only issue ...
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Qemu doesn't boot kernel after “Uncompressing Linux… done, booting the kernel. ”

I've compiled qemu for s5pc110 (it's from http://gitorious.org/samsung-linux-platform/qemu, somebody had added support for s5pc110), version 0.12. But when I load the kernel: qemu-system-arm -M ...
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Is it possible to install a custom Linux on an Android phone?

I have an Xperia X8 phone, and I'd like to know if I can install a non-Android Linux OS on it? I would like to have a light Linux Distro, like Kolibri or something like that.
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Is there an ARM repository for Arch Linux?

I'm trying to create a chroot for my rooted android phone. I want to do this with the arch_bootstrap.sh script found on the wiki but I can't find an ARM repository. My PC is x86_64 Arch Linux and my ...