Well, last night/this morning, I found out that Arch Linux ARM install CAN BOOT on the Efika!!! I took the rootfs that wejp made of Arch Linux ARM install for OpenPandora and extracted it to the 'installer' partition of an SD card formatted for reinstallation of Ubuntu on Efika. When I boot with the SD card in the slot, I get the actual login screen for Arch Linux ARM install... but the keyboard is not currently functional and the Efika's 'loading dots' (the 5 dots across the middle of the screen) are in a constant loop... so I figure it's a matter of drivers (and maybe a little firmware) that will be the deciding factor of how long it takes to get Arch Linux ARM install functional on the Efika being run via SD card (and possibly installable)! I'm going to play around with this more when I get home from work (about 3am CST, if I still have the energy
) to see if I can splice some things together from the standard Efika image and the Arch Linux ARM install rootfs... if anyone has any ideas or insight as to how I can get the keyboard working, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, and I look forward to pulling this off!