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I am following this tutorial, in order to install Android onto my computer via Virtual Box.

My problem is, they want you to download:

  • liveandroidv0.3.iso.001
  • liveandroidv0.3.iso.002

Then they want you to merge these two files in terminal, with:

cat liveandroidv0.3.iso.001 liveandroidv0.3.iso.002 > liveandroidv0.3.iso

The problem is, whenever I run the command, I get the following output:

cat  liveandroidv0.3.iso.001 liveandroidv0.3.iso.002 > liveandroidv0.3.iso
cat: liveandroidv0.3.iso.001: No such file or directory
cat: liveandroidv0.3.iso.002: No such file or directory

So, I was wondering if there was an alternative way to merge these files, or if you guy's could help me merge them this way?

Additional Info: I downloaded the files to my /downloads folder in my /home directory.

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Just download the ISO from their site and spare yourself the trouble, – Uri Herrera Dec 5 '12 at 5:30
As written on the google project page: "v0.3 liveCD released on Aug 21, 2009". This is abandon ware. Go to their official site and download an up to date image, please. – LiveWireBT Dec 5 '12 at 5:32

are you in Downloads folder in terminal?

Use ls, this should list the files, if not you are not in correct directory in terminal .

Use cd to navigate like cd Downloads

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