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fixes to build process

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commit 88a8deb5171ba9e9dad3b399307708762b6cf6af 1 parent 7afdfcd
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  1. +1 −1  Makefile
  2. +1 −1  scripts/build.sh → build
  3. +3 −5 readme
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2  Makefile
@@ -1,2 +1,2 @@
all:
- ./scripts/build.sh $@
+ echo "Please use the command ./build instead"
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2  scripts/build.sh → build
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ cp $locationhere/winbuild/nsis/user.reg $locationhere/winbuild/nsis/user.bak
# Build for distros
-if [ "$@" = "all" ]
+if [ "$@" = "" ]
then
echo "Building for all distros in targetdistros file"
targetbuildoslist="$(cat targetdistros)"
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8 readme
@@ -18,16 +18,14 @@ Licensed under the GNU GPL v2 and above, copyright Geza Kovacs (https://wiki.ubu
Thanks to UNetbootin's portable architecture, it is easy to add support for other distributions. If you would like to create UNetbootin packages for other distributions, first make sure you have installed the "bzr", "alien", "fakeroot", and "wine" utilities, which are installable through your package manager.
-Then add the name of the distribution, referred to here as {distroname}, into the file "targetdistros" in the checked-out source, add the netboot initrd and kernel, with the naming scheme "ubninit-{distroname}" and "ubnkern-{distroname}" into the "initkern" folder, then cd to the source directory, and run the command:
-
-make
+Then add the name of the distribution, referred to here as {distroname}, into the file "targetdistros" in the checked-out source, add the netboot initrd and kernel, with the naming scheme "ubninit-{distroname}" and "ubnkern-{distroname}" into the "initkern" folder, then cd to the source directory.
To make all distributions (list is located in targetdistros), use the command:
-make
+./build
To make only a single distribution, use the command:
-make {distroname}
+./build {distroname}
Then, the "exe", "deb", "rpm", and "sh" packages for distribution will be created in the "dist" directory.
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