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Android 0.9-beta For Zaurus Sl-c3x00 (spitz)
« Reply #15 on: October 04, 2008, 01:08:26 pm »
Quote from: speculatrix
I'm currently running debian. can I, in theory, just install the android rootfs, chroot and run it that way?
yes you could. You'll need to flash a new kernel though
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Zaurus SL-C750 - Died in a dreadful coffee experiment, has a second life somewhere in the Czech Republic
Zaurus SL-C1000 - Multiboot Zubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Poky, Android and others
Zaurus SL-C3100 - Development device, currently Zubuntu 2.0
Zaurus SL-6000L - The fridge is running Zubuntu 1.0
Zaurus SL-C860 - Cacko, untouched since kindly donated, waiting for Zubuntu
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Android 0.9-beta For Zaurus Sl-c3x00 (spitz)
« Reply #16 on: October 06, 2008, 06:09:54 pm »
Quote from: cortez
c7x0 kernel can be found here. You can try to get this working by flashing the kernel and extracting the /home/android directory from the spitz image (android-root.tar.gz) on an ext3 formatted SD or CF. For the time being this has to be done manually. Kaze is already experimenting with it, and I think he uses the angstrom-minimal root file system.

@Kaze: any success on getting Android working on your c750? Did it work on ext2?

Trying to test on my C760: But reboot after flashing does not work ...

-I put initrd.bin, gnu.tar, android-root.tar.gz, and zimage.bin on an ext3-formatted sd card.
-flashing works, I say no to extracting android-root.tar.gz
-zaurus reboots, screen stays black

Can anyone help ?
SL-C3200- Pdaxrom beta3
SL-C760- Angstrom Debian 2.6.21
Socket CF BT, D-Link Air Wlan CF