tdockery97 wrote:It's going to be really interesting to see how well they compete with the Android market.
vrkalak wrote:I managed to get a "for Testing" release of Ubuntu for Tablets yesterday.
I tried for hours to get it installed onto my Nexus-7 Tablet to no avail.
The Installer/Loader kept hanging on one file.
I'm sure I'll get it installed - eventually. I'll keep you informed as to my progress.
NOTE: I didn't need to "Root" or unlock the Nexus Tablet, Ubuntu runs in its own Virtualbox.
tdockery97 wrote:Well, if that is the case, I think we should be cheering them on. If they succeed, it is a success story for Linux. And all indications are that they will keep their Linux free software operations going. They still state on their website that Ubuntu is free, and always will be.
bimsebasse wrote:Why would an OS made exclusively for the desktop be better on a tablet than a dedicated touch OS? The Ubuntu concept looks very well constructed and very well thought out, and tailor made for a tablet. MATE/Cinnamon on a tablet would just be daft.
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