Linked by Hadrien Grasland on Tue 11th Jan 2011 21:31 UTC, submitted by Steven
Linux Remember that guy who got Meego to run on his HTC HD2 ? Well, he's at it again, now booting Meego on a Nexus S. He also ran Ubuntu on it shortly thereafter.
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Comment by robojerk
by robojerk on Tue 11th Jan 2011 23:01 UTC
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I saw this a few days ago and from what I've seen of Meego it does look very interesting.

I own an original Motorola Droid and wish I could install Meego on it for a few days to try it out. Makes me wish I knew Linux better to try to port it myself.

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New Challenge
by OSGuy on Wed 12th Jan 2011 11:16 UTC
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This is good but how about someone gets the iOS work on a non Apple hardware ;)

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RE: New Challenge
by leech on Wed 12th Jan 2011 16:36 UTC in reply to "New Challenge"
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Why would you want that, since iOS sucks ;)

I'd rather have a MeeGo Debian based version myself.

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... there's not much to see here, as 90% hw is still not supported. I'm affraid when it is the phone will be dead obsolete.

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Bill Shooter of Bul Member since:

Well, It does show how difficult it could be to get all the hardware supported. Difficult enough for me to not need to try it.

It will only be completed if the current dev really wants to, as there really isn't too much of a compelling reason for a large number of people to want meego or ubuntu on a Nexus S.

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Elv13 Member since:

It's already Linux, it is why the basis is as easy. You just need to cross compile the OS for arm and run it on top the the low level android stack (kernel). They are incompatible just because of the C library, nothing else.

It is not even a port, just a plain Linux install.

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