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Has anyone had any luck with any other distros that are up to date enough to work?
 

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Has anyone had any luck with any other distros that are up to date enough to work?
allmost anything goes, but most will require VNC for GUI I bootstrapped Kali in chroot. Terminal works, but VNC for X (noVNC works on-device with browser)
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allmost anything goes, but most will require VNC for GUI I bootstrapped Kali in chroot. Terminal works, but VNC for X (noVNC works on-device with browser)
How does sound work using VNC?
 

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Booooo! I had just finished making a custom rootfs to share with everyone. I was just waiting until later this evening when I'd have a reasonably fast connection in order to upload it. I was hoping to release it along with some management scripts this evening.

Oh well, I guess I'll just use Arch instead. I wasn't really taking advantage of Manjaroishness anyway. For this use, Arch should be mostly indistinguishable. It will take a day or two for me to migrate, and then I'll share a preconfigured Arch rootfs instead.

I've also been working on some Sailfish GUI utilities for installation, configuration, and 1-click launch of chroot with xfce desktop as nemo user. I'm new to QT Quick, so this may take a little while, but it's coming along nicely.
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How does sound work using VNC?
It shouldn't matter as long as you can get the chroot to interact directly with the pulse server. The display is independent from audio. Whether you're using xwayland, xserver-xsdl, or vnc shouldn't make any difference for sound.
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Also, you should be able to use the xwayland window from manjaro when chrooting other distros that dont have fresh kwin-wayland. Just chroot into manjaro, start kwin-wayland --xwayland, and run "xhost +". Then chroot into the other distro, export DISPLAY=:0, and you're ready to rock.
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It shouldn't matter as long as you can get the chroot to interact directly with the pulse server. The display is independent from audio. Whether you're using xwayland, xserver-xsdl, or vnc shouldn't make any difference for sound.
Thanks for the info. I still can't get the the Archlinux (i686 version) to work on Jolla tablet. I'm trying a few more things before I report. One thing I just noticed (perhaps a "my bad" is needed here!) is that there is a README file with the archlinux. Should the instructions found there be used in lieu of what is posted in this thread. They seem quite a bit different.
 

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I've also been working on some Sailfish GUI utilities for installation, configuration, and 1-click launch of chroot with xfce desktop as nemo user. I'm new to QT Quick, so this may take a little while, but it's coming along nicely.
Wow, nice!
Really looking forward to that. If you have got no icon for this… I've just mashed something together using the xfce colour scheme, feel free to use or ignore (the eyes are a bit ugly, but I didn't want to change the logo too much): http://imgur.com/a/Y28aM (I can send you the svg as well, if you'd like it.)

edit: PM me for svg or if you want something changed, I don't want to derail this thread.
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