Well, I just picked up a Galaxy Tab 10.1, my first 10.1-inch tablet device. I did root my Galaxy Tab 10.1 and put Ubuntu on it and what a difference it is from Ubuntu on smartphone!
It’s actually usable so long as you connect a bluetooth mouse and keyboard. Web browser on the Ubuntu Gnome is a bit laggy but I really need it for shell access so this is going to be a lot of fun.
Best of all, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has 1280×800 resolution (better than iPad 2 btw), which makes the Ubuntu desktop look crisp and clear!
Anyways, I’ve outlined the step-by-step instructions specifically for Galaxy Tab 10.1 over at my new site GalaxyTabHacks.com.
For those of you who just picked up a Galaxy Tab 10.1, you can read up on How to Install Ubuntu on Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Steps are basically the same except for installing busybox and also I dumped LXDE for Ubuntu default Gnome, much better I think and also runs well with 1Ghz dual-core Tegra.