How can i used iOpenboot?

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  1. MikeBoi

    MikeBoi New Member

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    Hello!

    I have a iPod touch 2G.

    And I would realy like to have iPod Linux on board.

    Some Questions

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    Is it like a Dual Boot, i Turn on my iPod. And i have the Options for my Jailbroken Firmware. And then Linux?

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    Is this Easy to Install?

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    What can i do with it? Will the Wifi Work, Can i browse internet and things like that/ Mainly. Will i be able to play my music though iphone/ipod linux?

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    Will This actually work on my iPod?

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    Is this safe to use? Won't bugger up my iPod?

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    Where can i download the files i need? And What is a good Tut to use?​


    Thanks, Please try n answer all of my questions, if you could

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    Thankyou very much!


    Ken.
  2. RainbowKT

    RainbowKT New Member

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    i dont think anyone has done it yet
  3. swim23

    swim23 New Member

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    I don't think Linux is even out for the iPod touch yet. They just know that you can install it.
  4. robertomano24

    robertomano24 Member

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    not for 2g
    you can do it on 1g, i have it on my 1g. but my 2g cant have it, no img3 for it yet
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    oh, and its only terminal, not a full GUI (graphical user interface)
  5. sfpsp

    sfpsp New Member

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    No Drivers, no Linux. So even if you got it on there, you wouldn't be able to do anything. It's a proof of concept.

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