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[TOOL] Adbuix - A GUI for ADB on Linux. [v0.1.1 5/06/2010 UNSTABLE]

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19th March 2010, 05:30 AM |#11  
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i actually will pretty soon. once i get it stable enough for beta testers i will post in the forum.


After the Linux version is all done i will eventually be making a windows versions and maybe a osx version in the future. I guess it all depends on if this really becomes that popular or not.


I am using Gambas 2 by Benoît Minisini. It's pretty much Visual Basic for Linux. You can check it out here: http://gambas.sourceforge.net



Thank you very much for the support. It makes all the hard work worth it.


I am familiar with Gambas 2.
what are you getting hung up on?
do you need help with anything?
 
 
21st March 2010, 07:17 PM |#12  
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Very nice. Thaks you ^^
21st March 2010, 07:34 PM |#13  
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Wow looks great - can't wait to see it released!
21st March 2010, 08:44 PM |#14  
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If you do need any beta testers let me know, i would like to contribute to this project any chance of making it opensource.
27th March 2010, 04:28 AM |#15  
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adbuix v0.0.1 unstable beta has been released! check first post!
27th March 2010, 12:16 PM |#16  
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Very Nice =]
27th March 2010, 09:49 PM |#17  
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are there any prerequisites needed to use this.

I installed on hardy and it installed fine.
however, clicking on the Icon launcher produces nothing.

When I launch in a terminal I get this:
~$ /usr/bin/Adbuix.gambas
Starting ADB...
ADB started successfully. (along with a popup that says 'Please plug in your android device')
then when attached:
List of devices attached (along with a popup window that says the same.)

and then nothing...

or I get:
:~$ /usr/bin/Adbuix.gambas
Starting ADB...
ADB started successfully.
Segmentation fault

and then nothing...

or I get:

~$ /usr/bin/Adbuix.gambas
ADB is already running.
Segmentation fault

and again ... nothing...
30th March 2010, 03:44 AM |#18  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mnjm9b

are there any prerequisites needed to use this.

I installed on hardy and it installed fine.
however, clicking on the Icon launcher produces nothing.

When I launch in a terminal I get this:
~$ /usr/bin/Adbuix.gambas
Starting ADB...
ADB started successfully. (along with a popup that says 'Please plug in your android device')
then when attached:
List of devices attached (along with a popup window that says the same.)

and then nothing...

or I get:
:~$ /usr/bin/Adbuix.gambas
Starting ADB...
ADB started successfully.
Segmentation fault

and then nothing...

or I get:

~$ /usr/bin/Adbuix.gambas
ADB is already running.
Segmentation fault

and again ... nothing...

Thank you for submitting this. I've been working hard on trying to resolve this issue. I installed Hardy in Virtual Box and installed Adbuix onto that and got the same results you did, so i'm hoping to get this fixed soon. Thank you for your patience.

And also...
Thank you to everybody for the support. Please continue to submit any comments or questions to this thread.
30th March 2010, 09:55 PM |#19  
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I appreciate your hard work.

let me know if I can help in anyway.
1st April 2010, 08:25 PM |#20  
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It works on Ubuntu 10.04 beta1 with HTC Tattoo (stock rom, rooted).
I could use Application manager, File manager, Reboot device and everything works fine.
Few pics:



2nd April 2010, 11:02 AM |#21  
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Awesome job dude! thx It's very useful and work nice on Ubuntu 9.10
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