osborne82, I believe you're doing a great job along with all the others helping.
Getting a basic environment for compiling an image is an important step.
I am sure we will get to the actual modding of the image, I for one would love to change some of the "features" on the current image, with a hope my changed can be reflected in future DW builds.
hi i enjoyed doing that first stage at compiling as this is all new to me lol
i dont know how it worked but it did lol
i guess every one has got there own level of pc skills or what operating system they are using ,can be a bit daunting to some to add a new os. found it a new experiance to, but learnt some thing new .
i would like to carry on with it, i dont know alot about pc stuff its all a challenge to me,as im a heavy handed scaffolder by trade lol
that first stage was explained well enough for me to understand thanks ,i know it will get harder but as long as the these stages are worded well for every one to understand for people trying this or just reading the tutorials to have some confidence to try themselves.
before i joined this site i didnt even know what an image was lol , and ive learnt every thing i know about images,pc stuff from people on here.
If You or anybody else have ANY KIND OF PROBLEM, please let us know.
We are all here to help each other, so please don't be a shame!
Sorting things in C++ isn't such a big deal. Everything is very logically ( and compiler will every time give You a status, errors, .... )
Sometime, there is lot's of errors because of one feck'n letter/number/dash/whatever and sometime, You will get message: touch .whatever
and when You one time figured out how it work, that's it. We are all humans and mistakes are normal things.
Yep I'd like to find out how to do a blue button menu where you can install tar.gz files from tmp and select emus as well as have a plugins menu. I'd also like to assign the yellow button on the remote to bring up the timer menu instead of audio (as I already have an audio button).