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# Keep the device plugged. What happens next is that the N9 is being repartitioned for Nemo (on the device, you will see some green text/writing on the screen; just wait for it to finish) , you'll see the led blinking for 10min or so.
# Keep the device plugged. What happens next is that the N9 is being repartitioned for Nemo (on the device, you will see some green text/writing on the screen; just wait for it to finish) , you'll see the led blinking for 10min or so.
# You will also notice that the File Manager of your Linux Distribution will open and will show a folder named “Alt_OS”. This is the newly-created partition.
# You will also notice that the File Manager of your Linux Distribution will open and will show a folder named “Alt_OS”. This is the newly-created partition.
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# Next, we will extract the Nemo image into the newly-created partition. Enter this command in the Terminal (for Linux only):
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# Next, we will extract the Nemo image into the newly-created partition. Enter this command in the Terminal:
  sudo tar --numeric-owner -xf nemo-handset-armv7hl-n950-*.tar.bz2 -C /media/Alt_OS/
  sudo tar --numeric-owner -xf nemo-handset-armv7hl-n950-*.tar.bz2 -C /media/Alt_OS/
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'''MS Windows users:''' you can install [http://www.cygwin.com/ cygwin] in order to run the "tar" command. Cygwin allows you to use Linux commands in MS Windows. Here is a good tutorial for installing Cygwin in MS Windows and setting it up so that you can use Linux commands in MS Windows's Command Prompt (a.k.a. "DOS Box") - [http://eyouthbuzz.com/solution-how-to-run-unix-or-linux-commands-in-windows-using-cygwin/ click here]
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Note that it may no longer be required to type "sudo" before the command in this case.
Now, unplug the device from the USB Cable. The screen should tell you to "push Volume Up" to boot into Harmattan, or "push Volume Down" to boot into Nemo.
Now, unplug the device from the USB Cable. The screen should tell you to "push Volume Up" to boot into Harmattan, or "push Volume Down" to boot into Nemo.

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