In This Posting, I roughly explained how I was able to install Linux on my Samsung Galaxy Tab S.
Since then, the Linux software that I was able to install, and which works, include, among other applications,
- LibreOffice (a Comprehensive Install)
- MPlayer (Video With Sound)
- LyX (A Word-Processor based on LaTeX, and not quite WYSIWYG)
- (a Graphical LaTeX Code-Editor)
- ‘Dia’ (a Useful Diagram-Editor)
- Miscellaneous Diagram-Drawing Software (that uses LaTeX as a Back-End)
- wxMaxima (a Computer Algebra System with GUI)
- GNUPlot (Gives 3D Plots)
- Yacas (Yet Another Computer Algebra System)
- ‘mkvtoolnix-gui’ (A video-file concatenation tool)
But, doing so also consumed several GB of storage, even though that tablet only has 16GB of storage. Currently, my Linux guest-system is taking up 4.41GB.
(Updated 10/08/2017 : )