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-====== Installing EDE on MK802 device ====== 
-===== Introduction ===== 
-is small and cheap ARM powered mini PC with HDMI output, designed for 
-playing media, browsing internet or to be put in general use. 
-By default, MK802 comes with Android, but this tutorial will show you 
-how to run EDE on Linux (to be precise, Ubuntu) compiled and prepared 
-for MK802. This tutorial is written using MK802+ model (Allwinner A10 
-CPU, DDR3 1GB RAM and 4GB ROM), but is applicable for all newer MK802 
-Here is image on one of available models: 
-{{wiki: mk802.png | MK802 image}} 
-===== Ingredients ===== 
-Assuming you already have MK802 and %%MicroSD%% card (this is 
-the place where will be Ubuntu installed as we are not going to 
-overwrite default Android installation on device ROM), first go to 
-[[https://​www.miniand.com/​forums/​forums/​2/​topics/​1|this]] page and 
-download Lubuntu version that matches your device memory size, then 
-follow instructions (written on the same page) on how to install it on 
-%%MicroSD%% card. 
-:!: You can use external USB drive instead of %%MicroSD%% card; things 
-will be considerably faster then. 
-It is advised you use 720p version, because graphics will be faster. 
-By default, this image is intended for plugging MK802 device in 
-TV. In case you are going to plug device in computer, make sure to 
-download zipped //evh.bin// files from 
-and replace with appropriate version on your %%MicroSD%% card. 
-After this, plug in card and you should have running Ubuntu with LXDE 
-environment (password for logging in is **miniand**). 
-===== Installing required packages ===== 
-After you have running Ubuntu, installing required packages is simple; 
-just run these commands: 
-$ sudo apt-get update 
-$ sudo apt-get install g++ jam libfltk1.3-dev libdbus-1-dev 
-===== Installing EDE ===== 
-From here, installing EDE from source code should not be a problem: 
-please read InstallingFromSource for further instructions. However, if 
-you got error like: 
-C++ applets/​clock/​Clock.o ​ 
-Link applets/​clock/​clock.so ​ 
-/​usr/​bin/​ld:​ /​opt/​ede/​lib/​libedelib.a(Debug.o):​ relocation R_ARM_THM_MOVW_ABS_NC against `a local symbol'​ can not be used when making a shared object; recompile with -fPIC 
-/​opt/​ede/​lib/​libedelib.a:​ could not read symbols: Bad value 
-collect2: ld returned 1 exit status 
-this is [[https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​ubuntu/​+source/​gcc-4.4/​+bug/​503448|known]] Ubuntu bug 
-so make sure to recompile edelib as shared library (running //​./​configure --enable-shared//​ 
-in edelib folder will do it).