!!! This is only for Advanced Users !!! Do not try unless you know what this stuff even means and you have all the requirements!! And don't expect support questions to be answered immediately. !!!! Use this at YOUR OWN RISK !!!! Neither the Author or DroidForums can be Held Responsible in how you use this information !!! ========================Good Luck and Have Fun============================== This is a wip, so... Credit to Sticky: How to Compile the Droid kernel for some of the sections I borrowed. Part 1 Installing GNU/Linux First, you will need GNU/Linux. Use any distro you like, but for ease, Ubuntu will work fine. Unless you plan on making a dual boot or using it as a main OS, wubi will be one of the easiest ways. It will install Ubuntu onto your Windows partition in a folder of its own. Uninstall is easy as well, you can do it from the control panel. You can also do this under a VM, but wubi is going to be easiest to set up. Getting Ubuntu Download Ubuntu | Ubuntu Then, burn the iso to a CD. To install with Wubi, simply start the setup on the CD from within windows. Follow the directions and you are on your way to installing Ubuntu. When you reboot you will be presented with the choice to boot Windows, or Ubuntu.