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14 Aug 2018
I've also asked this question on the Android-specific forum, but I figure there might be people following this forum who are less interested in the other.

I'd love to use MaruOS to allow me to use the Gemini more widely. In fact I don't think the Gemini could be useful enough for me unless I can use it this sort of way.

There's some more detail in the android forum post linked above, but basically it looks as though it should be possible but it's a little outside of my comfort zone. Would anyone here be interested in having linux and android running side-by-side? Presumably there would also be a way to repartition the disk to use it all for MaruOS.
14 Aug 2018
Hi all

I'm new here, joined specifically to ask this question. I really like the look of the Gemini and I could see it having a place in my life. I recently found my old Casio Digital Diary and I really loved that form factor back in the day, I do wonder whether it could work now? I think it would be most useful if I could use it as some sort of hybrid device, phone/pda on the go and more full-featured desktop when I'm at home. The ideal way to achieve that would be with something like MaruOS.

I've asked the question over on their forum and they seem reasonably positive that it could be done, assuming that the Gemini supports HDMI Alt Mode over USB-C, which seems likely given Planet Computers sell a USB-C to HDMI cable that (if I understand it correctly) can only be used on one of the ports.

This is a little out of my area of expertise. Would anyone (or group of people) here be interested/able to port MaruOS to the Gemini, complete with some of the Gemini-specific software?

All the best

David
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