I don't know of any tutorials but if you know about recoveries or boot managers you can mod uboot to allow dual boots without a pccalris said:I understand the Ubuntu is running in a chroot environment - i.e. 'on top of' WebOS
I have my TouchPad now and I'm ready to play, but I do not want to brick it (yet). What I would like to do is keep WebOS as the primay OS, but be able to load a seperate (stock standard) Linux kernel and initrd. ljesterl has indicated he is running U-Boot, but I think he needs to have the TouchPad plugged into has computer to do so. I suppose it is not critical right now that dual-boot is done without the TouchPad plugged in, but WebOS should boot cleanly from power-up normally.
Ulitimately, I want to dual-boot (without having to plug in) between WebOS and a vanilla Linux kernel + LFS (Linux from Scratch) OS (and possibly triple-boot into Android)
That is what I'm talking aboutBrentBlend said:...you can mod uboot to allow dual boots without a pc...
its not completed the Developers are working on it contact them if you want in.calris said:Hi all,
I see CM are able to dual-boot, so it's obviously possible, but I am yet to find any clear instructions. Does anyone have a dual-boot howto (or a link to one)?