Once I finally found where the ip is shown, there isn't even enough room to actually show it so you can't know the ip to ssh into it. SSH also disconnects me randomly even though wakelock is enabled and I am not using battery saving apps or features. It is like the developer wanted to make this difficult. Still is nice to have though.
1. If you don't have root, don't leave a bad review. Learn to read instead. 2. If you don't know what processor architecture is, don't install it! 3. If you cannot recover from a softbrick, and you're rooted; think again, and get custom recovery first! 4. Always do complete research before flashing anything! Now that I have covered common sense; I have read a ton of reviews stating that this app is broken, that is simply not true, and most likely user error. The app is very well polished, and works great. You can't install an x86 os to an ARM device; because, common sense. X86 packages are included because there is a significant amount of Android phones with intel atom processors. Do your research and install a proper build for your device and you'll be set. Some phones take other flavors better than some. This happens when you homebrew. Due to the open source nature of everything included here, support is unlimited and free! HUGE shout out to the dev: Awesome app! Keep up the great work! Seeking to donate some crypto as soon as I find one of your public addresses!
Now That is A Greatly Easy and Effective Way To Run Linux app.This Could be made better with an Internal Terminal,Vnc viewer And Ssh Server along with Auto Busybox Installer and a Nice UI.The Complete Package.One More Thing add External Monitor mode Support for Seleceted Chipsets Like Pcap Capturing and Network Testing.Good Work Could be Great.
Absolutely awesome. Makes using full fledged distros really easy. My phone feels half dead without this.
What if I used full space of disk and my phone have more space how to add more space of my device to disk.
Help This application installs the selected GNU/Linux distribution and executes it in a chroot-container. Procedure: 1. Get superuser privileges (root). 2. Check the connection to Internet. 3. Specify the installation options. 4. Start the installation ("Menu => Install"). 5. Wait until the installation is complete. 6. Tap "START" button to run the container. 7. Connect to the container through CLI, SSH, VNC, or others. For more information, see "About". Can u please help me sir inorder to get all those 7 information and how to Run commands on it?
Fixed an architecture emulation via binfmt_misc
Fixed Arch Linux bootstrap (+libnghttp2, -xorg-utils)
Fixed issue of launching Xfce and Mate (issue #807)
Added file system check (issue #785)
Added custom target type
Fixed problem with showing menu button (issue #693)