livedroid: yet another Android LiveCD

by kinneko » Thu, 02 Jul 2009 11:55:22 GMT


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 Hi,

I made yet another Android LiveCD.
 http://livedroid.sourceforge.jp/ 

- based on debian
- automatic hardware recognition (network also ok)
- 640x480
- /data on ramdisk (if you power off, it delete.)
- self rebuild (install HDD and make iso) -- but does not tested yet !

Please test it and send me some advices.

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livedroid: yet another Android LiveCD

by kinneko » Tue, 07 Jul 2009 17:44:56 GMT


 Hi, all

many people downloaded livedroid alpha iso file.
I am afraid that I may have given all of you disappointment.
I prepared a slightly better thing hastily.

livedroid update alpha2.

  * CD remaster ready
  * add mouse patch
  * add 32bit color patch
  * fixed GRUB menu title
  * fixed ISO label name
  * cupcake based, kernel 2.6.25

Please test it and send me some advices.
 http://groups.google.co.jp/group/livedroid 

Project:  http://code.google.com/p/livedroid/ 
Download:  http://en.sourceforge.jp/projects/livedroid/ 
How to:  http://code.google.com/p/livedroid/wiki/howtouse_alpha2 

2009/7/2 kinneko <kinn...@gmail.com>:

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livedroid: yet another Android LiveCD

by zhtlancer » Wed, 08 Jul 2009 01:26:57 GMT


 Hi, I'm interested in your livedroid project, but I cannot very understand
your introductions.
What do you mean by saying "based on Debian lenny"? Have you port the
android base system to the kernel based on Debian?

At last, thanks for your great job!






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livedroid: yet another Android LiveCD

by kinneko » Wed, 08 Jul 2009 09:02:13 GMT


 Hi,

Thank you for your interest in my project !

After starting as a minimal Debian system,
livedroid execute chroot to the environment of Android.
I merged the configuration of Android to kernel configuration of Debian.

If you intercept boot process of livedroid, you can use debian system.
Of course, you use the command of bootcd2disk,
livedroid can be installed on the hard drive.
That is pure debian system.
You can use apt-get and more.
If you want to make CD image form your customized hard drive,
you can do makeiso.sh command.



2009/7/7 zhtlancer <zhtlan...@gmail.com>:


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livedroid: yet another Android LiveCD

by kinneko » Wed, 15 Jul 2009 00:21:48 GMT


 Hi, all

Over 5000 people downloaded alpha2 iso file.
I was surprised at the size of the reaction very much.

livedroid update alpha3.

  * shrink image size
  * add isolinux menu
  * add ASE (but no language files, English mode only)
  * add Japanese boot mode (but not include IME)
  * add /sdcard support (tmpfs)

Please test it and send me some advices.

Download:  http://en.sourceforge.jp/projects/livedroid/ 
Mail:  http://groups.google.co.jp/group/livedroid 
twitter: add message #livedroid (@livedroid is not me.)
How to:  http://code.google.com/p/livedroid/wiki/howtouse_alpha3 
Hardware Test Reports:  http://code.google.com/p/livedroid/wiki/HardwareReport 



2009/7/7 kinneko <kinn...@gmail.com>:

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