[OPENIBOOT] noob friendly openiboot

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  1. jakeo1992

    jakeo1992 New Member

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    Pretty much self explanatory, just download =]

    It is a modified version of openiboot, it shows you how to run linux on the openiboot screen, im making a video as we speak, it is nice, more user friendly.

    Still a work in progress so dont scold me to much =]

    It gives you better instructions, ON your ipod, once you load it up, you will have a better experiance.


    http://www.[PIRACY.mf].com/?3eggzoxvt20

    thanks for trying =] my first actuall release (mod, same thing ha)

    ps..i didnt make the whole thing, just changed some lines of code, and images =]
  2. Totally 1337

    Totally 1337 Active Member

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    what is the file? is it the same thing as the regular instructions?
  3. Steaps

    Steaps New Member

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    Your going to need pictures of some sort. A video would be nice too.
  4. robertomano24

    robertomano24 Member

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    yea, some pics would be nice.
    but its not supposed to be for noobs, as the title suggests. noobs will find no use for it
  5. Shadowriver

    Shadowriver Active Member

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    So you mean everyone are noobs?

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    [sarcasm]Oh, wait Linux on iPhone will make him perfect paper holder stone ^^[/sarcasm]
  6. robertomano24

    robertomano24 Member

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    lol good point

    mis wording
    noobs will find no way of doing anytihng with it.. i odubt they could echo sometihng

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