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

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2nd April 2010, 10:02 AM |#21  
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Awesome job dude! thx It's very useful and work nice on Ubuntu 9.10
 
 
2nd April 2010, 11:31 AM |#22  
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Don't work on my Ubuntu 9.10 and Nexus ONE

error: insufficient permission on device

[29] invalid object
Sturtup.?.0
2nd April 2010, 06:13 PM |#23  
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is it already in lucid universe ?
or you're going ppa way ?
what about an integration with rhythmbox ?
or directly with our music folder ?
2nd April 2010, 07:22 PM |#24  
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or you're going ppa way ?
what about an integration with rhythmbox ?
or directly with our music folder ?

Loving the idea of rythmbox integration
2nd April 2010, 09:08 PM |#25  
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Don't work on my Ubuntu 9.10 and Nexus ONE

error: insufficient permission on device

[29] invalid object
Sturtup.?.0

Run with on open eclair on my tattoo
must run as root
Sudo su
Adb...
2nd April 2010, 10:29 PM |#26  
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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.

I wouldn't spend too much time debugging for hardy...being that 10.04 is around the corner.

if you cant see an easy fix you should just post that it needs jaunty or higher.
3rd April 2010, 02:27 PM |#27  
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i'd also enable the "burn rom to device" icon with automatic name conversion of rom to update.zip, move to /sdcard and reboot to recovery.
3rd April 2010, 06:56 PM |#28  
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Originally Posted by lukic

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:



Thank you very much for the feedback and the screenshots. It's really cool seeing this on other computers.

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Awesome job dude! thx It's very useful and work nice on Ubuntu 9.10

Thank you for your feedback!

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or you're going ppa way ?
what about an integration with rhythmbox ?
or directly with our music folder ?

I will probably put it in universe once it's out of beta stages. And i will add rythmbox integration to the to-do list.

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Loving the idea of rythmbox integration

^see above reply^


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Run with on open eclair on my tattoo
must run as root
Sudo su
Adb...

Thank you for your feedback.

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I wouldn't spend too much time debugging for hardy...being that 10.04 is around the corner.

if you cant see an easy fix you should just post that it needs jaunty or higher.

Thank you very much for the advice. It's been frustrating trying to get it to work for hardy. But i suppose i'll give that up for now.

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i'd also enable the "burn rom to device" icon with automatic name conversion of rom to update.zip, move to /sdcard and reboot to recovery.

Will add to the to-do list. Thank you for your suggestion.
3rd April 2010, 06:56 PM |#29  
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Don't work on my Ubuntu 9.10 and Nexus ONE

error: insufficient permission on device

[29] invalid object
Sturtup.?.0

Is your device rooted? This may be a problem if it is not.
3rd April 2010, 08:11 PM |#30  
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No love for other distros? I can probably make a binary for OpenSuse if I have the source and know the needed deps. Looks good though!
4th April 2010, 06:49 PM |#31  
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Hi!

Program works ok on my ubu9.10 with my G1. BUT... it cant see my applications, only system apps, but nothing else.
Anyway good start, i wish you good luck
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