Recently I have been playing around to get Windows XP to run on my Android ARM phone. After a decent amount of research and work done (found out later that most of it was unnecessary) I managed to get proof of concept Windows XP to boot with usable resolution, network, and no sound 😉 Like my colleague said: Just because I can 😉 Continue reading ‘Windows XP on Android’
Posts Tagged 'gentoo'
Tags: android, gentoo, linux, qemu, Samsung Galaxy S II, Samsung Galaxy S2, sgs2, Windows XP
Tags: android, cross-compiling, distcc, gentoo, linux, scm, sgs2
In one of my previous posts I have described how to run Gentoo on Android ARM device. Depending on its power your emerges may take either a long time or a longer time. And your device will warm up significantly. But you have already heard of and used FEATURES=”distcc”, right? Here’s how to set-up a cross compilation with a help from an x86 box in a nutshell. Continue reading ‘Gentoo on Android – cross compilation with distcc’
Tags: android, gentoo, linux, Samsung Galaxy S II, sgs2
Stumbling upon this page you probably came up with the same idea that I have – to run Gentoo on your Samsung Galaxy S2 device. It is definitely possible in a chroot environment. I have not tested dual booting to date, but if you’re into a chrooted Gentoo – read on. There are a few “gotchas” in the process I have come across – described below. Continue reading ‘Gentoo on Samsung Galaxy S2’