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== Introduction ==
== Introduction ==
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[http://www.swagman.org/juice/ubiboot/ Ubiboot] is a boot manager for N9(50) devices. Using the example configuration it is fairly easy to hexa-boot the device between Harmattan/Nitdroid/Nemo/Firefox/Ubuntu/Sailfish Operating Systems, and change kernels at will.
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[http://www.swagman.org/juice/ubiboot/ Ubiboot] is a boot manager for N9(50) devices. Using the example configuration it is fairly easy to triple-boot the device between Harmattan/Nitdroid/Nemo Operating Systems, and change kernels at will.
Ubiboot is mainly aimed at developers and advanced users, so be warned. The procedures in this guide require understanding of the structure of an *nix filesystem and knowledge to work on a shell prompt (i.e. Terminal/Command Line).
Ubiboot is mainly aimed at developers and advanced users, so be warned. The procedures in this guide require understanding of the structure of an *nix filesystem and knowledge to work on a shell prompt (i.e. Terminal/Command Line).

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