Not working After downloading the debian image file and setting, when I click on the start linux menu, it took me to the terminal and show me this ----> u0_a83@kt07_jty_hspa:/ $ u0_a83@kt07_jty_hspa:/ $ cd /storage/sdcard0/debian u0_a83@kt07_jty_hspa:/storage/sdcard0/debian $ su ript.sh /storage/sdcard0/debian/debian.img < MD5 file found, use to check .img file? (y/n). I tried to type " y " but its not writing. Pls help cause I can't wait to see it working perfectly. Thanks.
Doesn't work as advertised. The app provides a series of links to download the linux img files and required terminal/vnc apps. You even have to extract the downloaded zip file yourself. After this process the app should launch linux however this doesn't work due to permission errors. The helpful instructions provided by the developer are simply to reinstall the app. This doesn't resolve the problem.
none of the files work I spent all day trying to get one of these files to work. I either get to the last part and the launcher won't work and ask me to reinstall app or the files won't extract. might have worked once but not today.
I confirm, after downloading and unpacking large 3.7Gb img file of Linux Debian 8, I get permission error. You do not deserve to be named developper, merely a newbie. I hope I will find another way of using the file so to start linux.
The app is broken and/or hasn't received updates for a long time. Install scripts won't download, basically the installation and launch of Linux distro is impossible with this app at this moment.
Change the app name to Linux download link app, it does nothing else. FAQ section is a dead end, forum links is nothing but bots, at least I found a kali .img to work with.
v3.0 public beta - we are back!
* Fixed crash when launching Linux
* Text proofread by the awesome Sonnet
* Added Setting icon in launcher
* Auto install now shows a toast, an exciting new feature coming in 3.1!
* New File Picker Dialog making use of NoNonsense-FilePicker
* New Change log Dialog making use of http://petoria.de/android-change-log/
* Complete UI rebuild coming in line with more modern GUI practices
* Ground up code re-write
+ much more! (see website)