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Amazingly useful ...but this rootfs is armel, which means that anything which uses floating point is achingly slow. As all modern Android devices support armhf, is there any chance of a version which uses that instead? Alternatively, a rootfs which just runs the Debian installer (and so lets us choose the architecture, and downloads the files on the fly) would be awesome too.
Totally blown away finding it so easy to start working with. Took little time just to identify right steps to follow as docs on these are still not in right places(perhaps some like to see docs before pressing install button) to make them easily visible and few of them were contradicting and scary saying interest from Debian going low for embedded Linux or how is this project doing today as I see last commit on last year (mid-2014). That sayed will make a note it was my 1st Android 4.4 device and the smoothness removed any fear :) I installed my needs of pkgs on top :) and even they flew in smoothly. As I see there are number of unknown issues based on platforms and Android versions changing currently (me too facing few like new window, ssh etc. on Android 4.4) I would like to get little more docs so clarity can be implied.
Works as described.... ....That being said, the description should be changed to state that this is a sub-package(?) of the developer's GNU-Root app, and a person needs to be using that to launch a copy of Wheezy. [More details: This is just the files for Debian, the GNU-Root app launches the command-line terminal.]
Fantastic It's fantastic, but did anyone succeed to run GUI on? X11 and DE packages, even with modification I did, could not run. That really would save me a lot of time and work.
Finally close to Linux environment on my Phone I need many apps from Linux since mostly I'm working using Ubuntu and find this Debian for armel has many similarities with environment I used to work. I have 2nd partition on my microSD from Link2SD and link the installation there so virtually I have no storage problem. Now I'm still working around for having real user ID because stil have no name here.
Hard links now emulated better. All known package installation issues solved as a result.