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Command Line Install Only

I want to install Ubuntu on a small ARM-based device (TrimSlice) to control a bitcoin mining device, but I have no need for a GUI. I don't want Xorg, I don't want Unity, no Nouveau, none of that. I ...
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Which version of gtk is compatible with Ubuntu ARM

I am learning GTK+ 3 on my pc which has Ubuntu 13.10 installed. Classes such as ListBox and Stack seem to be unavailable for 13.10 as they are packed in GTK 3.10 which only comes with 14.04. My aim ...
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Allwinner A10 crane board (mk802+) to run Ubuntu Server

I have an MK802+ Android Mini PC that I want to run Ubuntu Server on, and use it as a media client with XBMC. The MK802+ runs on a Cortex A8 (Allwinner A10 chipset). I downloaded a Linaro Saucy ...
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What is the best way of making an ARM Ubuntu desktop? [closed]

I'm looking for a way to make an ARM desktop with moderate specs. Ideally, it would be something like this: CPU: ARMv7 dual-core 1GHz or greater RAM: ≥1GB Storage: ≥120GB DVD RW (preferably ...
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How do I install Ubuntu on an Ouya?

Having recently bought an Ouya, and generally being interested in ARM-powered hardware, I realised that the Ouya could double up as an excellent little ARM Linux Desktop. All I would need to do is ...
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Cross compile LibzDb from ARM A9 based Micro processor

I am using AM1808 ARM9 based micro processor for my project on ubuntu v10.04 using G++ compiler. I am using sqlite3 database for data management. My application needs to multiple access to database ...
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Can I install Ubuntu on my Goclever r103 netbook?

Can I install Ubuntu on my Goclever r103 netbook? This currently has Android 4.0 installed and I don't like it.
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multithread handling in AM1808 using embedded Linux

I am using AM1808 ARM9 based board using GCC compiler (UBUNTU 10.04) . I am using Sqlite3 database management. I have some requirement regarding handling threads in background having access on ...
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NAND Flash interfacing ARM9 MTD partition not getting generated

I am developing an application on ARM9 based board using UBUNTU 10.04 and GCC as a compiler. Previously I have interfaced the NAND flash from STMicroelectronics ( NAND512W3A25NB ). It is of 64MByte. ...
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Why does sshpass not work on ARM?

I am trying to use the sshpass command to automate installation of software on remote systems. It was installed using sudo apt-get install sshpass Trying on my PC, using sshpass -e to provide a ...
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How can I get Involved in the Ubuntu (Mobile) Dev Team?

Like the title states, how can I join the Ubuntu Mobile development team? I'm not too experienced but I'd like to help out as I enjoy prototyping hardware with Ubuntu.
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Need information regarding Ubuntu for Android

As far as I understand, Ubuntu for Android is not the same as Actual Ubuntu in Desktops. So I am confusing both with each other. Please enlighten me on this. Could Ubuntu on Android run 32bit ...
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Are there plans to port Ubuntu to the Nexus 10?

I really want Ubuntu on a tablet, but the Nexus 7 is just to small for my tastes. I feel as though the Nexus 10 would be a much better fit. Should I just get the Nexus 7 or should I expect a Nexus 10 ...
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Can a Raspberry Pi run Ubuntu?

I was thinking about buying a Raspberry Pi, and running Ubuntu on it. I have looked around the web, and a lot of stuff says that it's difficult for it to work on ARM processors. Has anyone figured out ...
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What's the status of Raspberry Pi support?

Will 12.10's arm edition support raspberry pi? I just bought one and would prefer running Ubuntu over Fedora.
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What ARM single-board computers does are supported by Ubuntu?

Recently, ARM single-board systems like the BeagleBoard has been made available on the market. Unlike phones or tablets, these systems can be run as regular PC. But with the varieties of ARM ...
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Is Ubuntu-ARM essentially the same as Ubuntu?

I assume, the major difference is that it, and its included software, can run on ARM, whereas ordinary Ubuntu can't? Are there any other differences? Does Ubuntu ARM only run Unity 2D? Are 3D effects ...