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echo "Fetching sources for Squeak..." wget -r -O SqueakV41.sources.gz http://ftp.squeak.org/4.1/SqueakV41.sources.gz echo "(g)Unzipping sources.." gunzip -f SqueakV41.sources.gz echo "Fetching image and changes..." wget -r -O Squeak-4.3-All-in-One.zip http://ftp.squeak.org/4.3/Squeak-4.3-All-in-One.zip echo "Unzippping image and changes files..." unzip -j -o Squeak-4.3-All-in-One.zip "Squeak-4.3-All-in-One.app/Contents/Resources/Squeak4.3.*" echo "Moving sources, image, and changes files to Squeak directory..." sudo mv SqueakV41.sources /usr/share/squeak sudo mv Squeak4.3.image /usr/share/squeak sudo mv Squeak4.3.changes /usr/share/squeak
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sudo: mv : command not found
Worked like a charm. It seems a bit laggy on my device, but I believe that's due to the SD card speed (since it lags when it's looking up code in the browser). Much better response time than the raspian install I did. I was a bit surprised to be back in an image that had the drawers on the side, but it's not a major issue.timrowledge wrote:If anyone is interested in trying out Squeak on a less-annoying OS than *nix , you might like to try out the RISC OS version that I've just resurrected. First, of course, you'll have to download RISC OS but a little reading of the relevant forum will let you work that out. Then just download http://www.rowledge.org/tim/squeak/Squeak3-9-RISCOS.zip and read the READMERIGHTNOW file.
I tried downloading this zip file (twice) but it was corrupt. No issues with the previous version, though.timrowledge wrote:You're welcome.
Newer version of theVM with working millisecond timer module (thanks Rik Griffin!) is on my site at
http://www.rowledge.org/tim/squeak/Sque ... RISCOS.zip
Hmph. Dang, you're right. Wonder what on earth happened there. Let me see…I tried downloading this zip file (twice) but it was corrupt. No issues with the previous version, though.