R69 Linux Apps Support

R69 Working Linux Apps - How many of you have a working install?

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If its not working for you, please respond with your laptop model in the comments section below. If you have TPM support in BIOS, please also let me know the current setup.

Thanks for testing!




9 thoughts on “R69 Linux Apps Support”

  1. I am using this for the first time in macbook pro mid 2010. It booted fine from usb flash drive. wifi is turned on but can’t connect to SSID. Even manual input of wifi info does not work. Ethernet works fine. once logged into the account, ctrl+alt+f2 does not work to bring up shell.
    – how do I install it in the local drive?
    – how do i get wifi to work

  2. I am happy with this build I’ve got a Dell 6430 and I got linux app running pretty well. My only problem is the touchpad drivers seems odd where if i just hold 1 finger on the touchpad it seems overly sensitive and would jiggle my mouse cursor randomly. I would reallly appreciate if you could show me which file to edit for the touchpad sensitivity. Thank you.

  3. Lenovo Y40-70, Acer 5250, both don’t work with Linux Apps. or Android. Linux app says that it couldn’t start the container and Play Store just says “something went wrong” Also VMware/virtualbox does the same for me.

  4. Hey Arnold,

    I was thinking installing last build with linux app support because I need full version of VLC (not chrome web store’s one) to fluently run .mkv files;
    Do you think it will work ?

    Thank you for your amazing job

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