Keith I Myers – 2015-12-10 20:19:02-0500 – Updated: 2015-12-10 20:19:02-0500I have to agree with +Ron Amadeo on this. There is another reason why i believe it was supposed to ship with ChromeOS rather then Android – It is running the coreboot bootloader rather then fastboot.
Coreboot is common in ChromeOS devices but almost unheard of as far as Android devices.
The Pixel C was probably never supposed to run Android
Shared with: Public, Ron Amadeo, Un Lo+1’d by: Chris Pugrud, Jaromir Sir, Carlos Miguel Pereira, Marlon M, MD Eshak Bhuyian, Ketan Karambelkar, Shivakumar, Ahmad Ansari, Marlo Schatz, Malcolm James, Nguyen Phong, Keith I Myers, Taya Gets Clout, D Nguyễn, Bayo ADETUNJI, Cuma Medan, James P., Jonathan Palacio, Abbas Jafary, Keith Barnett, MT Moon, Hamiz Ahnaf, Josh Beach, Rab-Bite Live, Aaron Gilliland, Michael Smith, Andrew Norton, Corey Miecielica, Marty Shannon, jeevan m, Isaac Adewumi, Andrew Bernstein, Lauren Weinstein, Ron AmadeoReshared by: Marlon M, Keith Barnett, Lauren WeinsteinUn Lo – 2015-12-10 22:00:08-0500Who’s going to go out on a limb and try and build for this board a chromium build? I bet it boots. Keith I Myers – 2015-12-10 22:11:28-0500+Un Lo – I will pass on doing that. The source tree for the “ryu” is in the Chromium repos so it may build but could also be incompleteKeith I Myers – 2015-12-10 22:36:13-0500+The Ghost – In theory yes as long as it is built for Arm64Keith I Myers – 2015-12-10 22:39:54-0500+The Ghost – Yes, most distros do. I am sure we will dee a debian, backtrack and Ubuntu build for it in the near future. It has also been confirmed that the Pixel C is currently using the Nouveau driver (on Android) which should mean that getting full GPU support on Linux should be trivial