Android Live CD: Not Quite There Yet
Jul 15, 2009, 06:02 (2 Talkback[s])
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"I went to the Google project page for the Android Live CD and
downloaded a copy of the iso for v.0.2 from a mirror (a link can be
found in the readme). I then burned the image to a CD and rebooted
my notebook (a Dell Inspiron 1545). I got as far as the Live
Android startup screen and everything stopped. I let it set for
nearly 10 minutes, but nothing.
"After rebooting a couple of times I decided it just wasn't
going to work. So I waited until today to try again.
"This time, rather than download the complete iso from a mirror,
I downloaded the file in two parts from the project page and merged
them with the following:"
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