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You can simply download any ISO Image from the website "www.android-x86.org" It's an Android distribution that works on a normal x86 Processors Like Android 4.4 http://sourceforge.net/projects/android-x86/files/Release%204.4/android-x86-4.4-r4.iso/download And Use The Tool Win32 Disk Imager to Write the ISO to the USB Drive ...
Those are a lot of things. It might be easier if you take them in bite size chunks. First, scanning a website for new releases and downloading if a new one is available. That's a little difficult; it's why RSS and Atom were invented. Or possibly email lists. If there is any way for you to get notification FROM the site rather than you checking in every day, ...
Using lsof I discovered that two libraries were not installed on the machine, so I copied them: /usr/lib/libgphoto2/2.4.8/ptp2.so /usr/lib/libgphoto2_port/0.8.0/usb.so Then, gphotofs started to work correctly. Regards.
If you like plain text notes with markdown support I can also recommend QOwnNotes in combination with ownCloud. There are software repositories for Ubuntu, openSUSE and Fedora, as well as packages for OS X and Windows. And you can sync to mobile devices via the notes mobile apps.
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