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Revision as of 10:43, 20 November 2019

PinePhone Operating Systems

Software installation

Initial (new) OS installation should be to an SDcard.

Preparation of SDcard

  • Download your chosen image from the options below
  • Extract and write the image to an SDcard
  • Plug SD card into phone
  • Boot phone

If you need step-by-step instructions for writing an image to an SDcard, check NOOB#Step-by-Step_Instructions_to_Flashing_MicroSD_Cards then return to this page.

Installation to eMMC

  • Prepare a new SDcard as above
  • Boot the phone
  • Run a magic script (to be defined/written/...)

Software and OS Image Downloads

Postmarket OS

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postmarketOS also has a script pmbootstrap that can build your SDcard for you, see for example this forum thread.

Download location

Direct download from postmarketOS image site

userid/password

demo/demo

What works

What does not work

Where/how to report defects

postmarketOS PinePhone wiki site

Ubuntu Touch by UBPorts

ubports.png

Download location

Jenkins Project rootfs-pinephone

userid/password

What works

What does not work

Where/how to report defects

You should use the built-in Ubuntu Touch feature to "Report a bug". See UBports own tutorial on how to submit defects.

KDE Plasma

plasma_mobile.png

Download location

  • Not Yet Ready

userid/password

What works

What does not work

Where/howto report defects

Sailfish OS

sailfishos.png

Download location

The Sailfish OS image is build on Gitlab CI, the latest image can be installed using our flashing script written in Bash.

The script downloads the image and bootloader from our CI, extracts everything and burns it onto the SD card.

Instructions:

1. Download the flashing script

2. Insert a microSD card in your device

3. Make the script executable: chmod +x flash-it.sh

4. Execute it: ./flash-it.sh

5. Follow the instructions. Some commands in the script require root permissions (for example: mounting and flashing the SD card).

Note: The script will format and flash the SD card, make sure that you don't have any important data on the SD card!

userid/password

What works

What does not work

Where/how to report defects

Maemo Leste

maemo_leste.png

Download location

Maemo Leste test builds download

userid/password

What works

What does not work

Where/how to report defects

NixOS

nixos.png

Download location

  • Not Yet Ready

userid/password

What works

What does not work

Where/how to report defects

LuneOS

luneos.jpg

Download location

userid/password

What works

What does not work

Where/how to report defects

Nemo Mobile

nemo_mobile.png

Download location

  • Not Yet Ready

userid/password

What works

What does not work

Where/how to report defects

Other Resources