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That's an issue I had a lot with Linux Mint and Ubuntu, you should get the appropriate graphics driver, for amd it's fglrx (not updates) and for nvidia it's nvidia-current. Use apt-get install and the command line for installation. But before you do anything collect your graphic card's type and search for it. There may be another solution then.


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the easy way to create a custum debian CD is: install Simple-CDD via synaptic or package manager


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On a rooted Android smartphone you can install a bootloader. The bootloader intercepts the booting process so it can be modified to make it point to a different storage destination (SD card, for example) to load the OS. In that way you can have more than one OS on the same phone.


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You would need a BIOS or EFI to set from which device the phone should start up. Then you could use the external SD card as Live CD, or maybe even the USB port. But do we have something like BIOS for our phones? I haven't heard anything abou this. Of course it has it, but how can you activate it? When your (Android) phone is rooted, there are these tools ...



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