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I am currently using ubuntu/kubuntu x86_64. And know there is windows drivers, is there currently a linux driver for the SGS4g?
 

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@krylon360 I tether via usb tether on ubuntu 11.04. I edited 99.android rules and still can't get ubuntu to recognize the device for networking, and can only pick up adb if I sudo every command. Any ideas? Would be appreciative.

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Thanks krylon.
So im guessing I have to use adb shell for everything?

Guess I better brush up my reading on how to's. Lol

Thanks again.

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ive never had to mess with the 99.android rules
type the following in terminal
mkdir bin
touch .bashrc
ln -s /path/to/your/platform-tools/* /path/to/bin/

This will symlink everything in your platform-tools dir to your bin

all I ever have to do now is type adb :)
 

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You da man :)
 

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"krylon360 said:
ive never had to mess with the 99.android rules
type the following in terminal
mkdir bin
touch .bashrc
ln -s /path/to/your/platform-tools/* /path/to/bin/

This will symlink everything in your platform-tools dir to your bin

all I ever have to do now is type adb :)
Thanks for the tip.
One question, is this in the android-sdk-linux? I only extracted the the sdk and did all the "installations" in the folder i downloaded it to.

thanks again.

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neocorteqz said:
Thanks for the tip.
One question, is this in the android-sdk-linux? I only extracted the the sdk and did all the "installations" in the folder i downloaded it to.

thanks again.

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Yup, just look for the platform-tools directory inside wherever you have the SDK installed.
 

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you dont need to.
when you do
touch .bashrc
and mkdir ~/bin

Anything you put into the bin dir is in your PATH.

Linux looks for .bashrc with ~/bin before looking for the PATH. if it cant find it, then it just looks at PATH.
 
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