GPD Pocket and GPD Pocket 2 hardware configuration for Ubuntu
gpd-pocket-ubuntu.sh: installs the required hardware configuration on a running Ubuntu install.
gpd-pocket-ubuntu-respin.sh: respin and existing Ubuntu .iso image add inject the required hardware configuration.
NOTE! Both scripts have only been tested on Ubuntu MATE 18.10. It is unlikely they will work completely on Ubuntu if your use Wayland. Almost certainly that only work reliably on one of the Ubuntu 18.10 (or newer) flavours.
The Ubuntu MATE team offers a bespoke image for the GPD Pocket and GPD Pocket 2 that includes the hardware specific tweaks to get these devices working "out of the box" without any faffing about.
Install one of the Ubuntu 18.10 (or newer) flavours on a GPD Pocket or GPD Pocket 2 and run the following to inject the required hardware configuration.
git clone https://github.com/wimpysworld/gpd-pocket2-ubuntu.git cd gpd-pocket2-ubuntu sudo ./gpd-pocket-ubuntu.sh enable || disable
You must supply one of the following modes of operation
enable: apply the GPD Pocket hardware configuration
disable: remove the GPD Pocket hardware configuration
help: This help.
git clone https://github.com/wimpysworld/gpd-pocket2-ubuntu.git cd gpd-pocket2-ubuntu
- Download an .iso image for one of the Ubuntu 18.10 (or newer) flavours.
gpd-pocket-ubuntu-respin.shand update the
ISO_IN=with the full path the .iso your downloaded.
A new .iso will be created that includes the additional hardware tweaks required by the GPD Pocket and GPD Pocket 2.