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Old 04-30-2012, 09:53 PM   #28
jmseight
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Hi Frostschutz,

Thank you for the advice. I looked on OpenInkPot and am not sure exactly where and how to put heechul.sh.

Should I put the following code:
Code:
#!/bin/sh

# consider *.sh on the SD card
for f in /mnt/SDFAT/scripts/*.sh
do
    # rename the script to .done
    mv "$f" "$f".done
    sync

    # run the script once
    . "$f".done 2> "$f".error > "$f".output
done
into a file called heechul.sh?

Should I just put into the root of the internal storage via USB, or via storyeb07.hex?

I don't want to mess this up and the instructions were not completely clear on openinkpot.

UPDATE: I got it to work by puttin git in the root when I plug in the USB. Thanks.


Thanks,
James

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