Help dm 4.7 installation with linux

Arjun1516y

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recently I install linux on my computer as my main OS ,but i unable to install dm 4.7 with linux
I tried many ways that available in Internet but anything not working with me ...

please help me😭😭
 

Xtr

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recently I install linux on my computer as my main OS ,but i unable to install dm 4.7 with linux
I tried many ways that available in Internet but anything not working with me ...

please help me😭😭
Try with this installer
 

Xtr

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But Linux need these kind of noobs tho, to make them learn by themselves instead of being spoonfed on Windows lol
Exactly, well said. They never learn a lesson because windows is too basic and built for beginners however life is short so that's ok in my view.
I think you could make something like a wiki and educate noobs like me, we would really appreciate and then I hope everyone will try to do something with Android x86.
Maybe you could explain how to compile stuff like kernels and mesa drivers and also how to debug issues and various Kernel parameters, Darkmatter really lack a developer documentation, while official Android x86 has it but very confusing.
Maybe its the lack of a wiki/documentation which is why Android x86 is hard to learn and not much popular.
For example arch linux, gentoo linux have their own wiki very detailed and has all the stuff necessary to use the OS and also troubleshooting, Android x86 doesn't even explain how to access other partitions on hard disk in their documentation.
 

Nemesis

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Exactly, well said. They never learn a lesson because windows is too basic and built for beginners however life is short so that's ok in my view.
I think you could make something like a wiki and educate noobs like me, we would really appreciate and then I hope everyone will try to do something with Android x86.
Maybe you could explain how to compile stuff like kernels and mesa drivers and also how to debug issues and various Kernel parameters, Darkmatter really lack a developer documentation, while official Android x86 has it but very confusing.
Maybe its the lack of a wiki/documentation which is why Android x86 is hard to learn and not much popular.
For example arch linux, gentoo linux have their own wiki very detailed and has all the stuff necessary to use the OS and also troubleshooting, Android x86 doesn't even explain how to access other partitions on hard disk in their documentation.
Whatever you find in the SG community so far was more of a one-man-army effort by each individual who tried to contribute towards Android-x86 evolution. Speaking about Gentoo, Arch and etc, they got 100x more professional people working unlike here. It is also true that nothing was perfect in the beginning but in my view, sadly Android-x86 got less attention unlike those Linux distributions out there.

Nevertheless, I see some efforts over wiki.supreme-gamers.com, I definitely don't expect it to get solely complete overnight but whatever the school kids are doing over these stuff along their daily life struggles is remarkable.

You should rather try to contribute and also encourage others to do so since SG is now on the good side of open-source innovation.
Best wishes.
 
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