Exécuter des distributions Linux complets ou des applications sur Android

Exécuter des distributions Linux complets ou des applications sur Android

Run full Linux distros or specific applications on top of Android

Avant d’acquérir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument regarder les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de lire les actualité chaque jours de manière confortable ?

Run complets distributions Linux ou applications spécifiques sur Android


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5 réflexions au sujet de “Exécuter des distributions Linux complets ou des applications sur Android”

  1. Unless you’re running CLI apps, the experience with these Linux-on-Android solutions is terrible. The continued abuse of VNC is incredible.

    Performance will be less than a fraction than if you figured out how to actually boot the distro and get 3D hardware acceleration working.

  2. This has been around for a while now. This is the successor to GNURoot, but I’ve found UserLand to be a clunky and buggy mess that hardly ever works. Perhaps it’s due to limitations imposed by 9.0 Pie – I’m not sure. But what I do know is that GNURoot was far less frustrating to use, but I am unable to use that on 9.0 Pie.

    In any case, the only way to do this is to « boot » Linux with a proot container. But you’re losing a ton of power and functionality over chroot by doing that, and even moreso without all of the kernel modules that would make this viable to use disabled.

    In short, if you’re serious about running Linux on your phone, you can do it, and it can be pretty powerful given the context. But you’ll absolutely need root and your own custom kernel if you want to get anywhere with it.

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