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Ubuntu Touch on Emulator
I've got Ubuntu booting on the Android Emulator (QEMU).
The display is black, but I'm able to get a shell, so I think that's good
enough for a start.
It needs forking of two repositories from CyanogenMod:
build/ and bootable/recovery were merged from CyanogenMod, and then the
below patches were applied.
build/ merges with a minor conflict in tools/roomservice.py, which is
Same for bootable/recovery, minor conflict in recovery.c
https://gist.github.com/chirayudesai/3a4583e83ad68b47363e - needed to get
After all of the patches have been applied to the respective directories,
do the below.
This will build everything needed.
Next, make a sdcard image using the `mksdcard` tool, which is used to
Boot emulator into recovery with `emulator -partition-size 4096 -ramdisk
$OUT/ramdisk-recovery.img -sdcard <path-to-sdcard>`
Push the zip to /sdcard, and install it.
After that, exit the emulator, and start it again with` emulator
`adb -e shell` will give you a shell :)