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Your tablet is mounted via gvfs instead of usual tools. You should check ~/.gvfs or /run/user/<login>/gvfs directories.
I have been able to run a virtual machine in VMware using the original installed partitions, but only with Linux as the client (Windows host) and not the other way around. The problem is that the virtual machine is significantly different from the real machine, and Windows is much less capable of coping with that than Linux is (Android is probably more like ...
The kernel docs explain how to pack an image into the kernel itself. From kernel.org: What is rootfs? Rootfs is a special instance of ramfs (or tmpfs, if that's enabled), which is always present in 2.6 systems. You can't unmount rootfs for approximately the same reason you can't kill the init process; rather than having special code to check ...
On Android, like on many Linux-based systems, the kernel first mounts an initramfs on /. The initramfs is stored in RAM; it is loaded from a CPIO archive which is stored together with the kernel itself (or in some other place where the bootloader can find it). Most desktop Linux systems have a small initramfs which contains just enough programs and ...
unzip adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-2014031.zip cd adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-2014031/eclipse ./eclipse
However, if I remove "(subbotin@avs234)" the kernel compiles just fine. You don't need this in the LOCALVERSION. "subbotin@avs234" is just the one that compiled the kernel (user@host). It's not part of the version string nor needed for anything related to the compilation of the kernel.
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