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I am trying to install Ubuntu on my Nexus 4 and at the end of the proces I get the following messages :

ERROR:phablet-flash:Command 'adb push /home/lilleplov/Hentede filer/phablet-flash/imageupdates/pool/ubuntu-d089ad76802f5698cfb0acadfe9e441a56a5fbe3af6f0df4e099398910e84212.tar.xz /cache/recovery/' returned non-zero exit status 1
Removing directory /tmp/tmp0VekBF
Removing directory /tmp/tmpt1HTxn

What does that mean?
I can then reboot the phone and come back to Android.
How do I get Ubuntu to work?

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If you followed all the steps in the installation procedure correctly and you reproducibly receive this or a very similar error message than you should open a bug report. –  LiveWireBT Jan 20 at 0:02
    
Can you provide the exact phablet-flash command line you used to attempt the install? –  James Henstridge Jan 20 at 6:01
    
Yes I used this one : –  user237680 Jan 20 at 15:57
    
Sorry , here it comes : –  user237680 Jan 20 at 15:58
    
phablet-flash ubuntu-system --no-backup. Is it because the phone runs on Android-version 4.4.2 ? –  user237680 Jan 20 at 16:00
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