I want to mine sugar on my Android phone. Can someone help a simple complete script, especially to complete method 1 or 2, whichever works.


Installed F-Droid and Termux


pkg install automake clang git vim
press y to continue

clone git https://github.com/decryp2kanon/sugarmaker

When it's done, I enter

$ cd sugarmaker/
-/sugarmaker $ ./autogen.sh

it says

bash:  no such file or directory


These two methods I tried each of them on both phones. On method 2, when I get here, it keeps saying error on Huawei Y Pro phone and Huawei P20 Lite.

pkg update
press y to continue

pkg upgrade
press y to continue

pkg install git

pkg install wget
press y to continue

pkg install proot
press y to continue

git clone http://github.com/Neo-oli/termux-ubuntu.get

The problem start here on P20 Lite

-$ cd termux-ubuntu
-/termux-ubuntu $ ./ubuntu.sh

It says decompressing Ubuntu image, but this does not look like a trz archive.

Making start Ubuntu executable. You can now launch Ubuntu with ./start-ubuntu.sh script.

And it shows code 404 like the link to the image is not working also.

  • The script you are using is a bit old, it is trying to install Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) which is a non-LTS version. Therefore support for this version ended in January 2020 and the download image was removed which makes your installer script useless.
    – Robert
    Apr 5 '21 at 11:37

Here is the ubuntu.sh, you get an error because the disco image has been removed and the following URL doesn't download anything:


Check the available images from this directory. Edit the ubuntu.sh by adding a valid URL. Here is an example using focal Codename. Replace the following line:

 wget "https://partner-images.canonical.com/core/disco/current/ubuntu-disco-core-cloudimg-${archurl}-root.tar.gz" -O $tarball


wget "https://partner-images.canonical.com/core/focal/current/ubuntu-focal-core-cloudimg-armhf-root.tar.gz"  -O $tarball

or using the archurl variable:

wget "https://partner-images.canonical.com/core/focal/current/ubuntu-focal-core-cloudimg-${archurl}-root.tar.gz"  -O $tarball

Then run your script it should work as expected.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.