On this page you will find information on how to boot and configure danuntu. Requirements: A sdcard or an USB drive with danuntu installed on it. A rk3066 device (picuntu kernel tarball and image versions) with the picuntu recovery kernel installed or another device with a ubuntu-compatible recovery kernel. Don’t forget, if you disconnect your stick from the power adaptor while danuntu is booted or booting, danuntu almost certainly might not boot again! Please reboot your device properly to android and then turn it off. Instructions on how to reboot to android can be found @ step three of the danuntu configuration instructions. Booting danuntu 1. Insert your sdcard/USB drive into your device. 2. Reboot to the recovery kernel. Here are some ways to do this: Rebooting method 1. Your device has to be rooted. Install Android terminal emulator, open it up and type: su #here grant superuser access if prompted reboot recovery Rebooting method 2. Your device has to be rooted and busybox should be installed. Install power menu, open it up, grant superuser access if prompted and click on reboot to recovery. Rebooting method 3. Your device doesn’t have to be rooted. Simply reinstall the recovery kernel (method 2). Rebooting method 4. I am open to suggestions! 3. Once you have booted the recovery kernel you will see a screen full of text and one or more (depending on the number of cpu cores) penguins in the upper-left side of the screen. At a certain point the penguins will disappear and a new page gradually filling up with text will appear. If it doesn’t appear you should wait around ten minutes. After danuntu has finished booting you will see the login screen. If the login screen doesn’t appear within ten minutes it means that you haven’t installled danuntu properly or that yout USB drive/sdcard is corrupted, or both and you should reinstall it. The username and password for all danuntu flavours and versions are: username: danuntu password: danuntu-4102 I strongly recommend to change the password as soon as possible. Bcareful with non-US keyboard layouts! Configuring danuntu. I have configured nearly everything in danuntu except wifi and the locales. You also should enlarge the size of the danuntu partition if you have installed it using any of the image methods. To configure your locales and language, open up a terminal window and type: sudo su #Password is danuntu-4102 apt-get update apt-get -y dist-upgrade apt-get install language-pack-countrycodehere apt-get install language-pack-countrycodehere-base apt-get install debconf dpkg-reconfigure locales #here select the right locales apt-get install console-common #select right keyboard layout reboot To configure the wifi click on the wifi-config script that is located in the desktop and in the prompt that will follow click on execute in terminal (kde users type wifi-config in terminal), type the password danuntu-4102 and click on enter. Wpa_gui should open up: click scan to find all aviable networks, select the right wifi network, type in the password if it is a closed network and click on OK. Then click on connect. If connection was successful, open the file dropdown menu and click on Save configuration. Now you can access the internet! If you encounter some problems while trying to connect, contact me  and I will help you. Enjoy danuntu! When you will need to reboot to android, simply click on the android script located in the desktop and in the prompt that will follow click on execute in terminal (kde users type “android” without the quotes in terminal window), type the password danuntu-4102 and click on enter. To power off your device do the same thing, only disconnect your device from the power adaptor after you have rebooted to android. Note that android might tell you that the danuntu USB drive/sdcard is corrupted: just ignore the warning.