I just find a closed question that asks about "Security Issues using Android/Debian Systems at the same time on a single device".
Originally was titled "Use MaruOS or wait for Ubuntu Phone with Unity 8".
I slightly reformulated it to make more compliant with our rules.
The OP basically is asking for known issue using android for the phone functionalities and Debian for the desktop ones, at the same time on the same device. So two operative systems on the same device.
I think this is a good question for Super User and I would like to read the answers about it.
What do you think about it? I just partially edited what else should I do?
I add two general considerations:
- I see this question as the coexistence of two operative systems on a device. Moreover I see this question as a way to know how to use a mobile really as a desktop.
- I do not consider a phone so far (in principle) from a desktop even because an average mobile phone of nowadays is somehow more powerful of an alpha station of the 90's, and we have just seen with the GPU (born for the graphic cards) how fast a device/technology projected for a purpose can radically change its application with time...
:-). I just added "since", "I would like to know" , "What I found is", erased
<br>and moved up 2 phrases that the OP put at the end of the post. Really I changed the title. The question without question mark but with the interrogative form is from the OP. "Are there security Issues using Android/Debian Systems as separate (but somehow one) System on one device" ? Even if I'm not (yet) signed here I cannot agree that Security issues are an opinion. :D