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[SCRIPTS] ROM, kernel, anykernel updater and Environment-setup scripts

26th May 2014, 02:15 AM |#31  
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I swiped your kernel script and used it as a base, for my own touchwiz projects, just wanted to say thanks for posting these. Much appreciated.
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Hi, I just wanted to thank you for the setup-script. It really takes the hassle out of setting up the build-environment.

I just wanted to add something: I am using Linux Mint which, since it's based on Ubuntu, accepts the exact same commands. However, your script detects the commands to be used based on /etc/issue and cannot detect Linux Mint properly. I changed the script slightly, so if you're interested, I can send it to you. (I basically checked for Linux Mint and set distro to Ubuntu)
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Originally Posted by _RaZziel_

Hi, I just wanted to thank you for the setup-script. It really takes the hassle out of setting up the build-environment.

I just wanted to add something: I am using Linux Mint which, since it's based on Ubuntu, accepts the exact same commands. However, your script detects the commands to be used based on /etc/issue and cannot detect Linux Mint properly. I changed the script slightly, so if you're interested, I can send it to you. (I basically checked for Linux Mint and set distro to Ubuntu)

Could you please give me the exact output of the following two commands?
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cat /etc/issue | cut -d " " -f1
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cat /etc/issue
And thanks a lot for the feedback Always looking forward to add more features/distros and debugging
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