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  To install the Ubuntu Touch emulator on Ubuntu
     
  Add Date : 2017-08-31      
         
       
         
  Canonical has released a Ubuntu Touch emulator running Unity8 and Mir. Although there are some bugs, such as the 64-bit system will cause the system to crash, but we believe that these will be one by one repair, this article will teach you how to install Ubuntu 14.04, 13.10 and 12.04 UbuntuTouch simulator.

Since the installation instructions for the current Ubuntu Touch emulator vary slightly from the original, follow the instructions below to create an emulator instance.

Ubuntu 14.04 users use the following command to install the terminal:

Sudo apt-get install ubuntu-emulator

To use Ubuntu 13.10 or 12.04 users, use the following command to install:

Sudo add-apt-repository ppa: phablet-team / tools
Sudo apt-get update
Sudo apt-get install ubuntu-emulator

Once installed, you can create and run the instance.
First we need to create an instance, which we'll call 'Ubuntu Touch', and create it with the following command:

Sudo ubuntu-emulator create UbuntuTouch

In Ubuntu 12.04 you may see the error message:

Error while converting ~ / .local / share / ubuntu-emulator / UbuntuTouch / system.img: Unknown option 'compat'

The specific reason is not clear, but does not affect the normal operation of Ubuntu Touch simulator, so you can ignore it.
Then you can run this instance:

Ubuntu-emulator run UbuntuTouch

The first time the boot process takes a long time, so you can wait patiently, when the startup is complete, will start a shell, asking you to enter a user name and password

If you want to interact with the simulator through an interactive ADB session, you can use phablet as the username and password to log in. If you want to use the graphical interface of the Ubuntu Touch emulator is not required.

It may take a few minutes afterwards to load the simulator program.

Modify the size of the Ubuntu Touch emulator

In the default settings, Ubuntu Touch emulator interface may be too large, you need to set its size, if you want to set the default size of the half, you can use the following command:

Ubuntu-emulator run --scale 0.5 UbuntuTouch

Remove the Ubuntu Touch emulator

To remove the Ubuntu Touch emulator, use this command:

Sudo ubuntu-emulator destroy UbuntuTouch

If you do not remember the name of the instance you created, you can use the list command to list all instances:

Ubuntu-emulator list

Create / restore snapshots

The Ubuntu Touch emulator supports creating snapshots. To create snapshots, use this command:

Ubuntu-emulator snapshot --create = SNAPSHOT1 UbuntuTouch

SNAPSHOT1 is the snapshot name, of course, you can also use other names.

To restore a snapshot, use:

Ubuntu-emulator snapshot --revert = SNAPSHOT1 UbuntuTouch

You can also use snapshot - revert - pristine to restore the original snapshot.
     
         
       
         
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