Dual Booting Android & Ubuntu Touch (Nexus 7 ONLY!!!)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 27, 2013
This will replace CWM Recovery with TWRP (MultiRom requires TWRP)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=104 - Installing Ubuntu Touch with MultiRom
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_0lGN06g9A - Installing Ubuntu Touch with MultiRom (video)
http://theunlockr.com/2012/12/11/how...n-the-nexus-7/ - Installing MultiRom (Nexus 7 ONLY)
note Rename TWRP_multirom_n7_20130226.img to recovery.img or change "fastboot flash recovery recovery.img" to "fastboot flash recovery TWRP_multirom_n7_20130226.img.img"
Just some infomation I used to dual boot my Nexus 7 i hope its helpful to others
Dual booting Android 4.2 and Ubuntu 12.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 19, 2013
I have recently started using Ubuntu and I love it but I really want to try out dual booting it with Android 4.2. I am running Ubuntu 12.10, I have looked into dual booting but it doesn't seem to work. Could I install an alternate boot menu, or is it easier to make Ubuntu recognise Android. It is already installed to a partition. Also, does it matter that I have Windows 7 installed as well?
Any advise would be greatly appreciated
Compare Android , Ubuntu Touch and Nexus Please
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 28, 2015
Compare Android , Ubuntu Touch and Nexus,
Amongst the Plethora of New Hardware , Browsers and Operating Systems that Confuses End Users there is now Nexus.
Uncle Sam asks you Please Compare!
Ubuntu Touch Nexus 7 issue
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 23, 2013
so i am having issues putting touch on my nexus 7. Everything seem to go fine and it push the img on there and when it did a reset it came into ubuntu recovery mode but couldnt find the zip file. So i did this step it told me if i ran into this issue
'If the deploy fails(ex boots to black screen), try wiping the /data partition on your device and redeploy"
now i can only play around in fastboot mode. I see there is a option about "sideload"..... what is this and can i get this img on my device now???
Dual Booting SUSE/Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 23, 2010
Is it possible to dual boot openSUSE & Ubuntu through GRUB 2? Apparently SUSE uses standard GRUB. I installed SUSE but only have Ubuntu options displayed on boot.
Ubuntu Touch Nexus 7 3G
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 12, 2013
I know there are plenty of posts about how to get Ubuntu touch running on the nexus 7 3G but I couldn't find an answer to my problem. I tried to follow the following tutorial http://askubuntu.com/questions/35616...ilapia-nakasig.
However I fail right from the beginning.
trusty-preinstalled-system-armel+grouper.img: no Android Magic Value
trusty-preinstalled-system-armel+grouper.img: not a valid Android Boot Image.
therefore I fail to edit bootimg.cfg and run in to the expected error. Is there a way to solve this problem or do I have to wait for offical support? I don't use my Nexus 7 for my daily business so I can play arround a bit.
Windows 8 dual booting with ubuntu 13.04+ problem.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 28, 2014
OKAY I HAVE WINDOWS 8 64 BIT INSTALLED IN EFI MODE AND I HAVE BEEN FOR THE LAST MONTH TRYING TO BOOT OR DUAL BOOT UBUNTU 13.04 DEVELOPER'S FLAVOR ON IT. WELL THE PROBLEM IS THAT WHENEVER I SELECT MY USB FROM THE BOOT MENU, IT LEADS BACK TO BOOTING WINDOWS 8 WITHOUT A ERROR CODE OR A MESSAGE. PLUS I THINK I MAY NEED TO INSTALL UBUNTU IN UEFI MODE AS MY WINDOWS IS IN EFI MODE AND NOT LEGACY MODE BUT I CAN NOT FIND A WAY TO DO IT SAFELY ON A WINDOWS MACHINE. ANYONE WHO CAN HELP ME BOOT WITHOUT HAVING TO CONVERT MY MBR HARD DRIVE TO GPT OR HELPING ME CONVERT MY CURRENTLY INSTALLED UBUNTU IN A EFI MODE ON MY USB WOULD BE VERY VERY VERY HELPFUL.
I have treid booting with unibootin. If someone can teach me how to install ubuntu on my usb in EFI mode that will be very useful. Please note all the instructions or actions you suggest i will perform on windows 8 OS.
Thanks a lot.
Dual Booting two ubuntu versions: can't boot into 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 2, 2012
I was running Ubuntu 11.10 and installed 12.04 on a blank partition of my HD.
I installed 12.04 successfully but when I restarted my computer it loaded into 11.10, not 12.04, and I can't figure out any way to make it boot into 12.04.
I looked at my hard drive with disk utility and my 12.04 partition has the "bootable" checkbox unchecked, so I tried clicking on it to check it, but that just causes a spinning busy symbol over the partition that never ends.
I would like to be able to boot into both versions of Ubuntu, but I'd even settle with only being able to boot into 12.04 for now. I just can't figure out how.
Any help would be appreciated!
P.S. Both are 64 bit versions of ubuntu
Ubuntu Touch Nexus 5
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 4, 2014
Hello so first off I am sorry if this is the wrong section. I have installed the ubuntu touch on my nexus 5 and I am wondering is the nexus 5 even back in development yet or is it canceled for good because I would love to have a ubuntu touch phone if you can get back to me I would greatly apreciate it.
Where is the boot manager / grub in Windows 8 dual booting with Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 22, 2013
I have an Asus notebook with Win 8 pre-installed. In the options, Legacy was enabled, and secure boot was disabled. I installed Ubuntu using a flash drive. My problem is that after installing, I can't access Ubuntu. If I use my flash drive again, it says Ubuntu 13.04 is already installed.
Then, I tried boot-repair. It was okay, and gave me this link: http://paste.ubuntu.com/6013490/
I still can't seem to boot into Ubuntu.
It always goes straight foward to Windows 8.
Any ideas? I'm really lost.
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