[Update 8-21-12] Rev 4 of image and boot files attached.
I updated the image and boot files to better accommodate CM10 and JellyBean gapp zips and provide bigger /data partitions for larger sized SD cards. The boot partition is now 300MB so the larger CM10 and JB gapps zips will fit. And now all SD cards 8GB and larger will have a 2GB /data partition to accommodate more installed apps. Thanks DizzyDen for that suggestion.
[Update 6-13-12] Rev 3 of image and boot files attached.
When updating Rev 2, somehow the duplication fixes got removed. Rev 3 restores the duplication fix along with the naming fixes.
[Update 5-09-12] Rev 2 of image and boot files attached (Replaced with newer version).
A pending change that the CM team is implementing will adversely affect verygreen SD users. They are changing the naming standard for new nightlies. They will no longer be naming the files starting with update-. That means the existing install script will no longer recognize or install a new nightly when it is copied to the boot partition. Users must rename the file to start with update- if they want the existing install script to work.
In order to assist users I have modified the install script to now also install nightlies if they begin with the new standard (cm-). I also added to the script the ability to recognize the new prefix (diff_) that is used by the new Goo Manager program to make an incremental update to an existing ROM. (Edit: The new script will continue to recognize and install zips beginning with update- to provide backward compatibility.) I have attached new rev2 files (replaced with newer version) that are to be used as described in the original post below.
I have made new boot files for SD install users. They have been modified to fix the Google App duplication issue with CM9 and Google Apps. The revised script in these files will look to see if you have installed the Google versions of Calendar, Gallery, and QuickSearchBox. If you have them installed it will remove the versions that come with ICS/CM9 so that two versions of those apps will no longer show in your system.
I have attached two files.
The first is a revised generic image file for use if you have never set up your SD. It has the new boot files in it. It also has the larger partition so that the CM9 nightlies will fit. Just follow the instructions in the first post of this thread to learn how to install it.
The second file is the revised boot files themselves. This is for use if you have already set up your SD and you just want the new scripts to fix the duplication issue. To install these files, just go to your boot partition and rename two files, uRecImg and uRecRam. Just add .bak to each file. The attached file is a rar containing the new files. Just unrar and copy the two files to the boot partition to replace the files you renamed earlier. The next time you install a nightly, the script will do its checking and remove the duplicates if necessary.