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    Re: Wireless Moot

    Freak YEAH, superfreaker!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lodmot View Post
    Yeah. xDD
    From what I understand, I basically did the equivalent of what HoB does in Windows, but I had to lay out all the files/folders and type all the commands manually. I'm not sure how automatic HoB actually is though, as I've never used it before.. I still needed to grab the system files from the HoB though, so I did need it regardless.
    So you're on .247 now? Guess you'll need to adjust your sig. Our reluctant holdout has become our resident Linux tester!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lodmot View Post
    Alright, awesome. ^^
    Hey if you need anyone to test it for you, I'm more than happy to :3
    The process is actually very easy. It's just a matter of having all the files you need in the right places, and specifying their
    locations correctly when doing the commands. Now I can see why you get so frustrated with some people. xD
    The HoB installers PUT all the files necessary in the right place and checks for them. It's so painfully simple yet.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lodmot View Post
    Yeah. xDD
    From what I understand, I basically did the equivalent of what HoB does in Windows, but I had to lay out all the files/folders and type all the commands manually. I'm not sure how automatic HoB actually is though, as I've never used it before.. I still needed to grab the system files from the HoB though, so I did need it regardless.
    I'm going to try to make linux friendly zips for any new updates. Drop them into the LinuxMac_HouseOfBionic and it'll work. Eventually. There's a *TON* of work to do. The windows HoB builds boot img's, extracts recovery, has reinstall options, automagically finds FXZ and update dirs, etc, etc. It will take weeks to get it there for Linux/Mac but we'll build it function by function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave12308 View Post
    So you're on .247 now? Guess you'll need to adjust your sig. Our reluctant holdout has become our resident Linux tester!
    See how easy the process is?
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    Re: Wireless Moot

    Quote Originally Posted by Lodmot View Post
    Freak YEAH, superfreaker!!!!!!!!
    (Trying to refrain from cursing xD)



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    Lol, btw, the screenshot thread has over 2 million views. I wonder if we can beat that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuriHL View Post
    I'm going to try to make linux friendly zips for any new updates. Drop them into the LinuxMac_HouseOfBionic and it'll work. Eventually. There's a *TON* of work to do. The windows HoB builds boot img's, extracts recovery, has reinstall options, automagically finds FXZ and update dirs, etc, etc. It will take weeks to get it there for Linux/Mac but we'll build it function by function.
    The way I pretty much did it was I looked at what you said I needed (moto-fastboot and adb), googled and downloaded them separately, unzipped those tools in one folder, installed the 247 HoB and copied it into the same folder, did the same for the 905 stuff, and then did each command one at a time. It was pretty painless. ^^ I don't recommend it for the faint of heart though... But then again are many faint-hearted people running on Linux?

    (Wait a minute... yes they are....... on their Android phones..... :P)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave12308 View Post
    So you're on .247 now? Guess you'll need to adjust your sig. Our reluctant holdout has become our resident Linux tester!
    xDDD Yeah. It was pretty fun actually. ^^
    It's funny... I used to be an avid Windows user, but now I feel more at home on Linux than I do on Windows now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lodmot View Post
    The way I pretty much did it was I looked at what you said I needed (moto-fastboot and adb), googled and downloaded them separately, unzipped those tools in one folder, installed the 247 HoB and copied it into the same folder, did the same for the 905 stuff, and then did each command one at a time. It was pretty painless. ^^ I don't recommend it for the faint of heart though... But then again are many faint-hearted people running on Linux?

    (Wait a minute... yes they are....... on their Android phones..... :P)
    The script I wrote was stolen from the Linux/Mac RAZR util. They gave me permission and help to use their code. It picks the right fastboot and adb binaries depending on your system environment. All self included. It has the system and preinstall images for 905 included and it has the 247 update and boot img. So check it out and see if it works.

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