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    Currently, I am dualbooting my touchpad. I have android and webos running on it. My question is before i attempt anything is, can i go through the process of getting ubuntuchroot installed and running, is this going to mess anything up?


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    Not sure in that order. However, I had Ubuntu chroot installed before I installed Android and they're both running quite well still. So hopefully if it worked without issue partitioning the Ubuntu and then Android, it'll work just as well in the reverse. Good luck!
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    thanks, i guess ill give it a try.


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    [ALPHA TEST VERSION] "Easy" Ubuntu chroot image
    I use this version of the ubuntu chroot because there is no need to mess with partitions and thus is completely android friendly
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    You'll be fine as long as you have enough space for the ubuntu partition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smcbeaven View Post
    Currently, I am dualbooting my touchpad. I have android and webos running on it. My question is before i attempt anything is, can i go through the process of getting ubuntuchroot installed and running, is this going to mess anything up?
    Done it both orders and never had an issue.
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