Linux Deploy Linux Deploy

 -  Freeware
Latest Version: 2.2.0 LATEST
Requirements: Android 4.0.3 and up
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This program is open source program for fast and effortless setup of the operating system (OS) GNU/Linux in your own Android apparatus.
The program produces a disc image on a flash cardmounts it and installs an OS distribution. Programs of this new system are conducted in a chroot environment and working along with the mobile platform. All changes made on the device are reversible, i.e. the program and parts could be removed completely. Setup of a supply is achieved by downloading documents from official mirrors on the internet on the net. The program requires superuser rights (ROOT).
It’s possible to deal with the process of installing the OS, and after installation, you are able to start and stop services of this new system (there’s support for running your scripts) throughout the UI. The setup method is recorded as text from the main application window. During the setup, the program will correct the surroundings, which comprises the foundation platform, SSH server, VNC server and desktop environment. The program interface also can manage SSH and VNC configurations.
Installing a new operating system requires around 15 minutes. The suggested minimum dimensions of a disc image is 1024 MB (with LXDE), also with no GUI – 512 MB. After you install Linux to the flash with the FAT32 file system, the image dimensions shouldn’t exceed 4095 MB! After the first set up the password for SSH and VNC made mechanically. The password could be changed via”Properties -> User password” or regular OS tools (passwd, vncpasswd).

FEATURES:
Installation kind: partition, file, RAM, directory

I/O interfaces: CLI, SSH, VNC, X server, framebuffer
Management interfaces (CLI): Android terminal (or adb), telnet, web browser (net terminal)
Desktop environment: XTerm, LXDE, Xfce, MATE, additional (manual setup )
Supported languages: multi language interface

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What's new in this version:


- All CLI files are moved to the environment directory


- Automatic start of httpd and telnetd after Android reboot


- Automatically change an interpreter in scripts after changing the environment directory


- Updated built-in busybox to v1.29.2


- Improved Arch Linux bootstrap


- The web terminal now opens in the Chrome custom tab


- Fixed problem with UID and GID numeration


- Fixed problem with lxpolkit


- Fixed problem with randomly disconnecting web terminal


- Access rules for web terminal by default "A:127.0.0.1 D:*"

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