< Plasma | Mobile Contents 1 Introduction 2 How to install 2.1 Use flashtool 2.2 MultiROM instructions (For dualboot) 2.3 Manual (Useful for enabling device and trying out porting) 3 Tips and tricks Introduction Plasma Mobile is free mobile platform and it is capable of running on any operating system base. Initial reference images were based on Ubuntu Touch. This document explains how to install the Plasma Mobile with CyanogenMod base on Nexus 5. How to install Use flashtool There is handy script which can be used to flash plasma mobile easily First put your device in fastboot mode and then, git clone https://github.com/plasma-phone-packaging/pm-flashtool.git cd pm-flashtool ./flash-plasma-phone If you don't want to re-download everything while re-flashing use, -c option of script. ./flash-plasma-phone -c It will use cache from the cache subdir. MultiROM instructions (For dualboot) (This guide assumes you already have MultiROM and multirom based recovery installed) First download the stripped down Cyanogenmod version from http://neon.plasma-mobile.org/cm-stripped.zip and install it as new ROM from MultiROM recovery. Once installed, boot into newly installed Cyanogenmod ROM (would be named as package most likely), it will show just the Google logo at start. After that use the flash tool to install plasma-phone. git clone https://github.com/plasma-phone-packaging/pm-flashtool.git cd pm-flashtool ./flash-multirom If you don't want to re-download everything while re-flashing use, -c option of script. ./flash-multirom -c It will use cache from the cache subdir. Once flash script is finished, it will reboot your device, at OS selection screen select the previously installed Cyanogenmod ROM, it will boot into Plasma phone. Manual (Useful for enabling device and trying out porting) Following guide assumes that your Nexus 5 device has an unlocked bootloader. Download and install the stripped-down CyanogenMod from the zip file Once installed, boot into cyanogenmod and restart adbd as root adb root Once adbd is restarted as root, download and extract lxc for android. wget https://jenkins.linuxcontainers.org/job/lxc-build-android/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/lxc-android.tar.gz adb push lxc-android.tar.gz /tmp adb shell tar xvzf /tmp/lxc-android.tar.gz Create directory for the system container and extract rootfs into its location. wget http://mobile.neon.pangea.pub:8080/job/img_phone_xenial_armhf/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/result/livecd..rootfs.tar.gz adb push livecd..rootfs.tar.gz /tmp adb shell mkdir -p /data/lxc/containers/system/rootfs/ adb shell tar xvzf /tmp/livecd..rootfs.tar.gz -C /data/lxc/containers/system/rootfs/ wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/plasma-phone-packaging/CM/master/lxc-system-config adb push lxc-system-config /data/lxc/containers/system/ Start lxc container adb shell [email protected]:/ # lxc-start -n system -F * Setting up X socket directories... ...done. Ubuntu Xenial Xerus (development branch) ubuntu-phablet console ubuntu-phablet login: phablet Last login: Wed May 12 08:39:00 UTC 1971 on lxc/console Welcome to Ubuntu Xenial Xerus (development branch) (GNU/Linux 3.4.0-cyanogenmod-g15e5a99-dirty armv7l) * Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com/ [email protected]:~$ Start udev and lightdm sudo service udev start sudo udevadm trigger --action=add sudo service lightdm start Tips and tricks When you try to start container second time, it doesn't allow you to login in. To work around this, From adb shell rm /data/lxc/containers/system/rootfs/etc/init/lxc-android-boot.conf vi /data/lxc/containers/system/rootfs/etc/fstab # remove the all mount points that says "added by lxc-android-boot except one with /vendor" Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Plasma/Mobile/CyanogenModBase&oldid=75401" This page was last edited on 4 November 2016, at 05:41. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.