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lib32readline5-dev has been replaced by lib32readline-gplv2-dev on 11.10
And "gcc-4.3-multilib g++-4.3-multilib" aren't used from 11.04 and up - not needed.

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I fixed that. No idea why I put that in their like that. Thanks!

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Currently there is only support for devices from within the CM repo. There could be a plugin created though for specific devices that are not "supported" by cm. You would still need someone to write that plugin for that device since prop files are different for each device.
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If I could just figure out how to do it normally, I'd be fine.
unfortunately I can't seem to find anything about doing that.

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Thanks.

If I could just figure out how to do it normally, I'd be fine.
unfortunately I can't seem to find anything about doing that.

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If you are looking to build on a new device. Go to cms github and grab a device tree from a similar device. Then you can see how everything is working... gather the stuff you need along with the device specific edits and hours and hours of trial and error. You will eventually get it... Its a learning process.

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This looks awesome! Thank you! I'm gonna try this out sometime this week. Thanks again!
 
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This is a really cool project. For those of us who are uninitiated in using Git/Repo, will this make "making changes" to CM easy for us? Obviously, I see "Update Repo" as an option, but it will really take care of the rest for us?
 
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This is a really cool project. For those of us who are uninitiated in using Git/Repo, will this make "making changes" to CM easy for us? Obviously, I see "Update Repo" as an option, but it will really take care of the rest for us?
As of this moment. This doesn't support the needed bits for when you need to commit the code back to cm gerrit. This is something I am working on for my stable release. At this current state you can download the repo, assign a device, compile and update without any work needed done by the end user. When the rom is done downloading it gets placed in your home directory. I am not sure if that answered the question or not...

Soon there will be an option to make changes to the repo. This would enable repo start it would wait until you press enter again once changes are done and then commit them with repo upload. Of course this is still being worked out though.

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Awesome--yeah, that answers my question. Thanks!
 
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