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    Quote Originally Posted by kross View Post
    To get the latest source code, all you need to do is run "svn update" from the source folder. But yeah, if you want to put that in a script, with a desktop icon, there's no reason you couldn't do that.
    Do you have short description of what I'd have to do to make this work? Like what kind of file would I have to create.
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    You could put something like this into a file (the name of the file doesn't matter, and doesn't need any special file extension, unlike Windows):

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    cd ~/openmobile
    svn update
    You could call it something like updateOM.sh (sh is a common, but optional, file extension for shell scripts).

    Make the file executable by executing "chmod +x updateOM.sh"

    To test it, just type "./updateOM.sh". The "./" at the beginning is needed.

    To create a desktop icon for it, just right-click the desktop and select "Create Launcher", and fill out the details.

    Edit: you could also create the script on the desktop (instead of your home folder), make it executable, and skip the "Create Launcher" step.
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    Thanks. Worked like a charm!
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    I will be trying to follow this thread to get OM up and running on my machine.

    Question however...

    Is there a different dependency list between developing OM for linux and for running it or are they both the same?

    I will try to get this up and running under Ubuntu 12.04.1 and go from there.

    I can probably even setup a torrent to put it up and available as well once I have it up and running.

    I want to get it working under x86 as well as ARM versions of ubuntu.
    (WIll be developing under x86 and will be running it on a ARM machine.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by redheadedrod View Post
    Is there a different dependency list between developing OM for linux and for running it or are they both the same?
    As far as I know it's the same but it's been a while since last I tested it so my memory might be "lacking" at certain points.
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