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So, this is my first attempt at doing anything such as compiling a rom. So this may not be the best place for me to start. However, I was able to install your compiler on a virtual box. Was play around a lil bit but the virtual box runs slow. So I did a dual boot of ubuntu 11.10 and windows. Well, now I can't install this. Maybe I too noob for this and might need to do some research but maybe you can help if you have time. If not, I totally understand.
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So, I have the 64bit OS. So I downloaded the 64 bit .deb. I click on it...and the software center just comes up blank. I tried running both scripts in the first post that says "Software for compiling". I installed the git script but it says git++ and git-core commands aren't found. I do have Java installed too.

Anyway, any help is appreciated, but I understand if I don't have enough knowledge or experience to even try this yet.

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So, this is my first attempt at doing anything such as compiling a rom. So this may not be the best place for me to start. However, I was able to install your compiler on a virtual box. Was play around a lil bit but the virtual box runs slow. So I did a dual boot of ubuntu 11.10 and windows. Well, now I can't install this. Maybe I too noob for this and might need to do some research but maybe you can help if you have time. If not, I totally understand.
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So, I have the 64bit OS. So I downloaded the 64 bit .deb. I click on it...and the software center just comes up blank. I tried running both scripts in the first post that says "Software for compiling". I installed the git script but it says git++ and git-core commands aren't found. I do have Java installed too.

Anyway, any help is appreciated, but I understand if I don't have enough knowledge or experience to even try this yet.

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I think you can install it running this command sudo dpkg -i cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb.Sorry for my english.
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So, this is my first attempt at doing anything such as compiling a rom. So this may not be the best place for me to start. However, I was able to install your compiler on a virtual box. Was play around a lil bit but the virtual box runs slow. So I did a dual boot of ubuntu 11.10 and windows. Well, now I can't install this. Maybe I too noob for this and might need to do some research but maybe you can help if you have time. If not, I totally understand.
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So, I have the 64bit OS. So I downloaded the 64 bit .deb. I click on it...and the software center just comes up blank. I tried running both scripts in the first post that says "Software for compiling". I installed the git script but it says git++ and git-core commands aren't found. I do have Java installed too.

Anyway, any help is appreciated, but I understand if I don't have enough knowledge or experience to even try this yet.

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Please try running this with the command suggested up above. This software is intended for anyone to be able to compile their own cyanogenmod rom. Please post any output when installing the deb via terminal.

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I think you can install it running this command sudo dpkg -i cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb.Sorry for my english.
Says I'm missing all them dependencies. Can't figure out how to download them though. It's all good i'll research it. Don't wanna bug all ya's with my noobishness. I'll post back once i research it more. Thanks for this though lithid.

PS- I went to the clone and tried to install the packages through there (option 2 under set up a repo) and it started going through the script to install the dependencies, but after it got done it still said 18 packages missing.
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Says I'm missing all them dependencies. Can't figure out how to download them though. It's all good i'll research it. Don't wanna bug all ya's with my noobishness. I'll post back once i research it more. Thanks for this though lithid.

PS- I went to the clone and tried to install the packages through there (option 2 under set up a repo) and it started going through the script to install the dependencies, but after it got done it still said 18 packages missing.
Well I am confused. Are you trying to use the GUI or the CLI? I have focused my time on the GUI, sadly I won't really be updating the CLI version. Soon enough it will be removed from OP#2. If anything I would try to install the deb package. Try running these commands where ever you have the .deb located.
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sudo dpkg -i cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
sudo apt-get install -f
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The reason it doesn't install the deps during the CLI command "dpkg -i" is because dpkg doesn't support deps. If you install "gdebi-core" you can run:
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sudo gdebi cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
Or you can use the software center.
Hopefully that will help get everything installed.

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Sorry, didn't mean to be confusing. Anyway, I think I went to the CLI cause after I tried installing it and it didn't work, thought I read that I was missing them dependancies. Anyway, I'm going to bed ill let ya know when I wake up if I fixed it wit apt-get install -f and a reboot. Thanks for all the help.
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This looks really neat, checking it out now!

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Well I am confused. Are you trying to use the GUI or the CLI? I have focused my time on the GUI, sadly I won't really be updating the CLI version. Soon enough it will be removed from OP#2. If anything I would try to install the deb package. Try running these commands where ever you have the .deb located.
Code:
sudo dpkg -i cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
sudo apt-get install -f
Also,
The reason it doesn't install the deps during the CLI command "dpkg -i" is because dpkg doesn't support deps. If you install "gdebi-core" you can run:
Code:
sudo gdebi cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
Or you can use the software center.
Hopefully that will help get everything installed.
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porkchop@ubuntu:~$ sudo dpkg -i cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
(Reading database ... 163609 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to replace cmc 0.1 (using cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb) ...
Unpacking replacement cmc ...
Setting up cmc (0.1) ...
Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils ...
Processing triggers for bamfdaemon ...
Rebuilding /usr/share/applications/bamf.index...
Processing triggers for gnome-menus ...
Processing triggers for man-db ...
porkchop@ubuntu:~$
And I don't see the file anywhere.I've done all 3 scripts.
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sudo dpkg -i cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
sudo apt-get install -f
I have installed gdebi and ran
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sudo gdebi cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
Still don't see where it would have installed the compiler, if it even did it.

NOTE: Obviously this is a me problem and not your script problem. Appreciate the help you are giving me.
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porkchop@ubuntu:~$ sudo dpkg -i cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
(Reading database ... 163609 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to replace cmc 0.1 (using cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb) ...
Unpacking replacement cmc ...
Setting up cmc (0.1) ...
Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils ...
Processing triggers for bamfdaemon ...
Rebuilding /usr/share/applications/bamf.index...
Processing triggers for gnome-menus ...
Processing triggers for man-db ...
porkchop@ubuntu:~$
And I don't see the file anywhere.I've done all 3 scripts.
Code:
sudo dpkg -i cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
sudo apt-get install -f
I have installed gdebi and ran
Code:
sudo gdebi cmc-11.10-64-v0.2.deb
Still don't see where it would have installed the compiler, if it even did it.

NOTE: Obviously this is a me problem and not your script problem. Appreciate the help you are giving me.
Open unity and should be in accessories, or use dash and type cmc should pop up. In the terminal if you just type cmc <enter> what happens?

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Open unity and should be in accessories, or use dash and type cmc should pop up. In the terminal if you just type cmc <enter> what happens?
Had to install:

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sudo apt-get install git-core gnupg flex bison gperf build-essential \
  zip curl zlib1g-dev libc6-dev lib32ncurses5-dev ia32-libs \
  x11proto-core-dev libx11-dev lib32readline-gplv2-dev lib32z-dev \
  libgl1-mesa-dev g++-multilib mingw32 tofrodos python-markdown \
  libxml2-utils
Not sure I needed all that but before i did that and typed cmc it said unknown command. I think. Heh. Anyway, it's all working now! As far as opening it. Now I have to dive into it and see if i can figure this out.

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