I have a 10.1 inch notebook with Linux, but would like to dualboot with Android x86. The ISO file works perfectly in VirtualBox, VMware, and on Live USB. I have tried both install from the Install program and copying the .img files onto a partition, then adding the boot entry to
/etc/grub.d/40_custom. I get the following displayed on my screen when I select the boot entry.
Detecting Android-x86... found at /dev/sda2 [ 3.697517] sysrq: SysRq: Emergency remount R/0
Then it reboots to the GRUB menu.
How do I fix this, and boot Android-x86?
I have an HP-e010nr with an AMD A4 dual firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz, 2GB ram, and I am trying to start Android-x86_64 7.1 on a 32GB partition (no fake sdcard).
I have stored everything in the parition in an "Android" directory.
My boot code is:
set root = (hd0,2) #/dev/sda2 in the partition where Android-x86 is located kernel /Android/kernel quiet root=/dev/ram0 androidboot.selinux=permissive buildvariant=userdebug SRC=/Android/ initrd /Android/initrd.img