1. Natehaxx

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    Install went just fine , but now i need help ... any clue how i could make the fat32 partition bigger ? because i would like to use Linux , Lakka , Emunand on one SD Card it should be possible i guess
     
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    @Refriger8tor is 1GB enough for the swap? because the minecraft map i host needs 4gb of allocated ram

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    and i have a 64gb sd card so the swap can be big if needed
     
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    And there is also a way to run java edition MC on L4T Switch
     
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    swap works fine
     
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    I come bearing gifts today. If, you like me, do not like the behavior of dock removal, such as the console screen resolution being off, with this version of dock-hotplug, that is a thing of the past.

    1. Download the attached script.
    2. as root move script to /usr/bin/dock-hotplug
    3. Open terminal, and type chmod +x /usr/bin/dock-hotplug

    Now removing from the dock should result in screen resolution returning to 1280x720 resolution every time. In my gentoo build, I have 6 dock profiles to choose from, and easy switch using eselect. I also added disabling the touch screen when on dock(Assuming you are using a non dual screen dock-profile), which is as simple as adding xinput <enable/disable> 6(id number assigned to touch screen)
     

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    Any idea any one
     
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    This is going to take forever, as the data all has to be moved to extend the partition,

    This is how I would do it:

    1. Copy the switchroot img.gz to a flash drive(Assuming you arent already running linux)
    2. gunzip switchroot img.gz
    3. type into root terminal: kpartx -v -a <path to extracted img>
    4. partition sdcard with fat32 partition the size you want, and create the second partition formatted to ext4 to use the rest of the drive(we will need to resize it later.)
    5. close partition editor
    5. extract switchroot update 1.3 to fat32 partition.
    6. type into root terminal: dd if=/dev/loop<# assignedbykpartx)p2 of=/dev/<sdcardPartition2> bs=4M sync=conv
    7. type into root terminal: kpartx -d <path to extracted img>
    7. reopen gparted, and resize the partition how you like, then create more partitions, if needed.
    8. mount the partition and make sure it works before putting it in the switch.
     
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    If you searched this thread, you'd find this:
     
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    When can we expect hw acceleration in Firefox? I strongly dislike chromium.
     
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    Firefox should perform about the same as chromium. HW accel doesnt work on any browser on L4T
     
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    When you want to compile a version that supports the hardware acceleration in the switch. I havnt looked into it yet, but I know there is a version of chromium that has openMax acceleration, which is what I would search for for firefox.
     
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    So does mupen64 work fine through retroarch? If it does, what is the code to get retroarch? I know that the install guides has a piece of code for retroarch but that is outdated (at least I don't know if it is).
     
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    If you haven't already flashed an image you can grab mine with retroarch and other emus already installed on my thread. Otherwise those instructions should be fine but keep in mind it's the experimental nightly retroarch so it might not always work.
     
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    hello again fridgy, on your ubunti build how do i add 1.3.1 and further updates? Do i just put it in the fat 32 section?
     
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    1.3.1 is preinstalled, you're good to go!
     
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    Can this mess up my battery or break my screen? I heard somewhere that it could do that.
     
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    You will probably not get any guarantees, but so far I did not spot any reports of unrecoverable battery or screen issues due to L4T.
     
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    This was with the very first Linux version that came out, it doesn't happen anymore now. Only thing it derps up is the time but that'll correct itself again once you boot back into Horizon OS since it grabs that over the internet.
     
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    Chances are it still writes the register that messes up the battery. If it doesnt, then the version of u-boot being used probably does. I havnt seen any sources for U-boot on switch root, so they are probably using the version from FailOverfl0w. That being said, hekate fixes the register automagicaly when you boot the latest version, so it isnt a big deal. As for screen issues, I have been running linux mainline 5.0 since october, and before that I ran tardyp's 4.17 kernel, and FailOverfl0w's 4.15 kernel, and never had screen issues(excepting when a friends kid sat on it, while playing breath of the wild), and even that was minimal, and not really noticeable, unless you are looking at a black screen with the backlight on. lol. Nothing to do with linux though
     
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