Recently, the jailbreaker and developer Raffaele and mcg29 have posted on their Github page that they run Linux on Android devices as they do on the iPhone. Detailed instructions, detailing how to dual-boot a 64-bit iOS device.
These instructions include detailed steps for partitioning and restoring the root file system, creating a custom ramdisk, modifying the file system partition, and booting to the device.
A 64bit dual boot tutorial, brought to you by @Ralph0045 and @mcg29_https: //t.co/PqumNzNcBz
— Mcg29 (@mcg29_) April 11, 2020
Although the content listed is mainly for the steps of iOS partition, users can also use the same instructions to dual-boot the Linux and Android kernels.
Dual Booted iOS 13.3 on an iPhone 8. First system and second share same data volume pic.twitter.com/nQIPjk0Caa
— Raffaele (@Ralph0045) March 30, 2020
Now that we have a suitable Linux kernel to boot, I believe we will soon be able to see Linux dual boot support in iOS devices. It’s not too far away from the iPhone that uses iOS, Android and Ubuntu Touch for triple boot.