We’ve seen it with countless phones and tablets before it, and here it is again – Ubuntu, running on a device that’s supposed to be running Android. Mind you, it’s not natively running the Linux distribution. Instead it’s running the installation inside of what we’d call something of a virtual machine. If you know how those work, you’ll know that these implementations aren’t always as pretty as the real deal. In any case, it’s great to see this thing booted up on what has to be one of the best Android tablets on the market this summer. Grab instructions over at GalaxyTabHacks after watching the video above. [Thanks, Max!]
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- Check out the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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