Linux Deploy

Linux Deploy


This application is open source software for quick and easy installation of the operating system (OS) GNU/Linux on your Android device.

The application creates a disk image on the flash card, mount it and install there OS distribution. Applications of the new system are run in a chroot environment and working in parallel with platform Android. All changes made on the device are reversible, ie the application and components can be removed completely. Installation of a distribution kit is carried out on a network from the official mirrors online. The application are required superuser rights (ROOT).

The program interface supports English and Russian. Through the interface you can manage the process of installing the OS, and after installation, you can start and stop services of the new system (there is support for running your scripts). The installation process is displayed as text reports in the main application window. During the installation, the program will adjust the work environment, which includes the base system, SSH server, VNC server and desktop environment. Also through the program interface to manage server settings SSH and VNC.

Installing a new operating system takes about 30 minutes. The recommended minimum size of a disk image 1024 MB (for LXDE), without a GUI - 512 MB. When you install Linux in disk image on the flash card with the FAT32 file system, image size should not exceed 4095 MB! After the initial setup a default password for SSH and VNC - changeme. The password can be changed standard tools OS.

FEATURES:
Supported distributions: Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Fedora, openSUSE, Kali Linux, Gentoo
Installation type: file, partition, directory
Supported file systems: ext2, ext3, ext4
Control interface: SSH, VNC, X, framebuffer
Desktop environment: XTerm, LXDE, Xfce, GNOME, KDE
Supported languages: English, Russian

NOTICE:
Instructions for running BackTrack, Bodhi Linux and other distributions are posted on forum: http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=378043

ATTENTION!
This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under license GPLv3.

Recent changes:
Added support Android 5 (PIE support)
Added support Fedora 21 (armhfp only)
Fixed LD_PRELOAD errors
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About Linux Deploy
This application is open source software for quick and easy installation of the operating system (OS) GNU/Linux on your Android device.

The application creates a disk image on the flash card, mount it and install there OS distribution. Applications of the new system are run in a chroot environment and working in parallel with platform Android. All changes made on the device are reversible, ie the application and components can be removed completely. Installation of a distribution kit is carried out on a network from the official mirrors online. The application are required superuser rights (ROOT).

The program interface supports English and Russian. Through the interface you can manage the process of installing the OS, and after installation, you can start and stop services of the new system (there is support for running your scripts). The installation process is displayed as text reports in the main application window. During the installation, the program will adjust the work environment, which includes the base system, SSH server, VNC server and desktop environment. Also through the program interface to manage server settings SSH and VNC.

Installing a new operating system takes about 30 minutes. The recommended minimum size of a disk image 1024 MB (for LXDE), without a GUI - 512 MB. When you install Linux in disk image on the flash card with the FAT32 file system, image size should not exceed 4095 MB! After the initial setup a default password for SSH and VNC - changeme. The password can be changed standard tools OS.

FEATURES:
Supported distributions: Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Fedora, openSUSE, Kali Linux, Gentoo
Installation type: file, partition, directory
Supported file systems: ext2, ext3, ext4
Control interface: SSH, VNC, X, framebuffer
Desktop environment: XTerm, LXDE, Xfce, GNOME, KDE
Supported languages: English, Russian

NOTICE:
Instructions for running BackTrack, Bodhi Linux and other distributions are posted on forum: http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=378043

ATTENTION!
This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under license GPLv3.

Recent changes:
Added support Android 5 (PIE support)
Added support Fedora 21 (armhfp only)
Fixed LD_PRELOAD errors

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A Google User
Yesterday 5:04 AM
So easy and automated Awesome app!
A Google User
Monday 5:24 PM
Nice but need clear instructions Installed fedora and Debian but can't figure out how to add packages / programs. Is there a way to get yum package manager working in fedora???
A Google User
Monday 12:32 PM
Finally got one of everything Great updates, finally can get fedora working without being super slow, running fedora 21 right now, although mate doesn't seem to work, maybe I'm just doing something wrong ( the gnome keyring doesn't install correctly). Opensuse will now get through an installation process, will not install some type of vnc server, and ssh server. I'd advise everyone to stay away from gentoo unless you don't wanna use your phone for about three days, this is how long it took me to install it, it's the slowest install.
A Google User
4 days ago
Last update broke a working install "Configuration file not found". And no way to resolve this error, or restore the older version. Please, when updating do backups, or this is what you get.
A Google User
6 days ago
Life saver Utilize this daily now on my galaxy s5. Those having issues make sure your settings are correct and that you have enough available memory in your install directory. Vnc wasnt too impressive but the cl works perfect on my s5 running MOAR with kt kernel.