The best solution for accessing remote Linux systems This, along with X2Go, has been my go-to app for accessing my remote Linux developer desktop. Unfortunately, it stopped working today. I reinstalled. Now the X server won't start. Giving 5 stars anyway because I'm sure my tablet became corrupt somehow and because this has been such an amazing app. I hope the developer can help so I can use this again.
Fantastic way for run Desktop apps on Android Tablets or Phones. If your mobile is old, please, take some patience because it is slow for run some applications (Ex: Eclipse take a minute or more for open after you click in your icon). But the experience is fantastic for a mobile. This app possibility you make a Developer Environment in your mobile, configure remote access with SSH protocol (and your benefits as port forward, sftp, and others), and a lot of other things that you want run!
Best one on the playstore, but... Issues noted... It has fakeroot not real root. If you SU it asks for a password (none mentioned by the developer). Also its slow but I think thats just the chroot, alot of work still needed but definitely a much needed alternative to linux deploy and the like. Maybe something the developer should leave open source so more heads can make this thing a monster. 4 stars for being awesome, -1 for locking me out :D
Fantastic but have prob This works amazing on my tablet but I'm trying to install numix via git clone. I tried copying icons into the .icon folder I created but I get a write error every time I try. Says it is write only, no matter where I place the folder and I've always checked permissions, everything is read and write. What should I do to fix the error? Already tried ntfs-config
Awesome! For those who can't or are afraid to root their device, but still want a full desktop, this is the best solution I've found. Starts by downloading and installing a base Xfce4 desktop, which can easily be customized through standard Linux terminal commands. I use Hacker's Keyboard, so I found the startup config useful to remove the on-screen CTRL/ALT/SHIFT keys, as well. P.S. A workaround for the uninstall issue on pre-5.x devices: In a file manager, go to "/sdcard/Android/obb" and delete the "com.cuntubuntu" folder inside. Then you'll be able to reinstall this app.
It's pretty cool !! I tried many apps for Linux installation in my android tablet but all of them made my tablet to keep hanging but this one is well designed and comes with lite Debian version. The version is quite old. I think there have an option to get newer version! Well, I'm pretty impressed. Must have apps for Linux lovers !!
You will need 900 Mb of internal storage to install this app.
Fixed audio. If your favorite music player does not work - install package gstreamer0.10-pulseaudio.