Posted Jan 4, 2013 1:22 UTC (Fri) by shmerl (guest, #65921)
Posted Jan 4, 2013 6:50 UTC (Fri) by pabs (subscriber, #43278)
Unfortunately due to Linux mainline not supporting random mobile devices, Debian can't either. You can help get Debian on your mobile device by becoming a kernel developer and helping fix, rewrite and send upstream all the Android drivers from random kernel forks. Likewise for bootloaders. We could also use some help packaging the various mobile GUIs and applications:
Looks like Fedora and other distributions are discovering the kernel stuff too:
Posted Jan 4, 2013 18:00 UTC (Fri) by shmerl (guest, #65921)
Posted Jan 9, 2013 16:31 UTC (Wed) by pabs (subscriber, #43278)
Posted Jan 12, 2013 12:40 UTC (Sat) by juliank (subscriber, #45896)
That's still better than Android though, where the complete system is built for a specific target and no sharing happens at all (not even userspace components).
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