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Android is based on the Linux kernel. That, and a very stripped-down BusyBox. All the rest of GNU/X11/Apache/Linux/TeX/Perl/Python/FreeCiv is not present on Android. Asking why Linux doesn't emulate Android is like asking why trucks don't emulate airplanes — after all they're both big vehicles with wheels at the bottom. Most Android applications are ...


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It because the architecture of Android ist different and developed for mobile devices. Look at this for more informations.


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It sounds to me like it's unable to mount the rootfs and the terminal interface you see is the init program giving up and just running a shell. You probably need to add a root= kernel parameter like you have in your grub config (note that the device may show up differently) probably something like -append root=/dev/sda (note that the partition shows up like ...



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