I need a run down on how to get the scripts working pretty pretty please. I'm not a huge poster because im pretty good at finding answers to my questions (I'm pretty sure this is only my 3rd question posted, and I'm already pretty far into moding) I'm running cyanogenmod 22.214.171.124, but a dif. kernel than what jrummy has listed under his update. im pretty sure my hardware wont run low voltage. im using kernel 2.6.29-omap1-belkit-0.8.3-5x1000sv. i tried other kernels including the one listed, but always got stuck at boot (im pretty sure it was only the low voltage ones to do this). i was able to use astro to go into the goodies folder that i unpacked into my sd card root folder (which every instruction ive come across so far has said to do), find the new apps section, and click on the new 3 cube music player, which then brought me to the manage app screen, and asked if i wanted to install it. that worked, i now have the cube player, but nothing else works like that. it asks if i want to uninstall anything else. I just want to use the scripts so i can get themes, live wallpapers, icons, fonts, and all that other good stuff to work. every time i open the terminal emulator, i hit su, enter, (it gives me the # sign, so i know that my su stuff all works), but after typing anything else, the terminal says "whatever i type": not found. Here's what my terminal screen can look like, if i try to use, say, the remove corporate calender script: $su # -rmcorpcal -rmcorpcal: not found # I've tried everything i can think of. i use the "-" in front, i use without. i press enter again after the hash comes up, i dont. i type the script after entering su once to get the hash tag, and i've typed su again at the first hash tag to make double sure it knows what im trying to do. im really really lost. please, i just need a run down on how to get the scripts working. im more than willing to answer any questions on what i do or dont do or have installed or not installed and all that. Thank you in advance for anyone who can help me out, or at least point me in the right direction if someone else has had my problem!