If I'm on stock 2.3.3 how can I root when using Linux only?

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    If I'm on stock 2.3.3 how can I root when using Linux only?

    Hi. If I'm running stock 2.3.3, and have a Linux desktop (no Windows) with adb and fastboot, is there a link to the su and superuser files I can push to my Nexus One to root it?

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    Read my post. All the files you need to root are in it. Start first with the gingerbreak.apk. Doesn't matter what os you are. Once you've rooted using that, research flashing custom recovery.
    My post might help, but its based on windows.
    I can't imagine it being all that different doing it from a linux box.

    Your on fedora 14?

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