Get openSUSE running in parallel to Android on a regular and rooted Android Smartphone. On top of this try to get a graphical desktop running using Xvnc available for Android.

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    • rmilasan
      over 4 years ago by rmilasan | Reply

      I've got a nexus 5 to my disposal, would like to have maybe openSUSE running on it.

      Can I get some pointers on how to do this?

      P.S. Don't have knowledge of ARM or how to boot openSUSE on ARM, at all.

      • sndirsch
        over 4 years ago by sndirsch | Reply

        Only thing I know is that it is possible to install Linux on an Android device in chroot. There are Linux installers available in the playstore. Then you need a Linux distribution built for your hardware to install. That's all I know at that point. But feel free to add what you can find out. ;-)

        • rmilasan
          over 4 years ago by rmilasan | Reply

          Have you guys tried this: https://github.com/freedreno/nexus4-fedora ?

    • mfeilner
      over 4 years ago by mfeilner | Reply

      I have my Nexus 7 here in the office, a 2013 (Wifi) device. Just rooted it, installed Clockwork recovery and now I am heading forward to CM12. Any clue how to get suse on it? I'm in Nürnberg...

    • mfeilner
      over 4 years ago by mfeilner | Reply

      CM12 is running. And it's fast. OMG. So much faster than Lollipop.

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