Just a heads up, I managed to get Ubuntu 9.10 running on the Warp. My load was setup to run directly from the SD card rather then NAND.

Most of it work right out of the box, the only major thing I had to do was compile in the pikasd.c into the Ubuntu Kernel. Besides that I also stripped a few other modules from the kernel (IE: bluetooth), but worked quite well.

Once my custom kernel was created, I had no problems using the default installer on the Warp.

Once Lucid 10.4 is release next week, I'll try and port that to the Warp too.