My original goal was to put Ubuntu running “chrooted” on top of Android OS so you can still use your Android as a phone while running Ubuntu. Well, that was before the days of Android tablets.
Now that I’ve got hands on an EeePad Transformer with a keyboard dock, it makes more sense to just straight run a native Ubuntu on it.
It runs much faster than chrooted although there’s still some bugs and kinks to work out such as speakers not working, flash not working, and whatnot but it’s very usable.
For those of you who want to install native Ubuntu on your EeePad Transformer, you can check out step-by-step directions over at EeePadHacks.net.
And here’s video of me install native Ubuntu on EeePad Transformer:
And files you need:
Download EeePad Transformer Ubuntu files