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I experienced this recently whilst playing around with Ubuntu Touch and Android linux containers (lxc). the symptom was my system would hang on the boot-up splash screen (after entering my LUKS passphrase). I fixed this by going into recovery mode and deleting /etc/ureadahead-touch.conf and doing a complete removal in Synaptic of android-tools-adb, ...


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Truecrypt is (was?) probably the most well known cross platform, open source encryption tool, but unfortunately the project was mysteriously shut down by its anonymous developers just a few months ago, when the website was replaced with a message stating that it's "no longer safe." However, the general consensus in the security community seems to be that ...


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You have spaces in the repository name. It should be: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:paolorotolo/android-studio


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I have got an amazing video tutorial on YouTube. It is a small 20 minute video by which anyone (beginners like me) can install Android SDK / ADT Bundle in Ubuntu by following 3 to 4 small steps :) Twenty Minute Tutorial : Installing The New Android SDK


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Most likely the exact 1.7.17 version is different now and the jdk1.7.0_17 does not exists, so use the interactive command to change the java or javaws alternative. $ sudo update-alternatives --config java There are 2 choices for the alternative java (providing /usr/bin/java). Selection Path Priority Status ...


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I'm not sure why Clementine doesn't find songs at first, but I can transfer musics anyway: Right click on a track and select "Copy to device...", it might take a while, but it works, at least it did for me (You'll see a progress indicator saying "Organising files..." under play controls). Btw my device is Nexus 4 with Android KitKat and I'm using ...


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The arm build with GUI is no longer supported as a deployment platform as far as I am aware. Something like debiankit that uses overlay-filesystems is probably your best option for using ubuntu or debian on a rooted device as a secondary operating system -- almost.


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Have you looked to see what the Kernel is saying about the device. Plug the device into your computer and run the command dmesg. May shed some light on the situation. You should see references to sdx at the end of the output. Edit to reflect OP's comment below... Fire up a terminal. Stick the card in and then run dmesg look at the last few lines of output ...


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There is no Ubuntu for Android currently. It requires vendor buy-in to implement on a device. However, it is a system by which Android and Ubuntu are both on the device. You would use Android when using the device normally, and it would switch to Ubuntu when docked to a keyboard/mouse.


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GPG, the Gnu Privacy Guard, is available for Linux, Windows and Android (and others). You'll lose some comfort though, as you would first have to decrypt manually and then open the desired file(s)...



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