NB: (Work in progress... Almost there...)
Last week I succesfully installed a Ubuntu Netbook Edition v10.04(Lucid) into my 4 GB Sony Pendrive (http://www.pendrivelinux.com/univers...easy-as-1-2-3/) using 2 GB for persistence.
Right after that I enabled the universe repository:
System -> Synaptics Package Manager -> Settings -> Repositories -> Enable "Community-aintained Open Source Software (universe)"
Download from -> Other... -> Select Best Server (or manually choose the best suitable for you)
After that, I was able to install HG Mercurial on it:
System -> Synaptics Package Manager -> Quick Search: "Mercurial" -> Click on it with right-side mouse button ->Mark for installation -> Mark
Then I ran misfire “stand-alone” PS2 toolchain script, wich downloads all source tarballs from the Bitbucket account (http://debugon.org/2010/07/ps2dev-source-code-mirror/):
It successfully ran for some hours downloading/installing stuff, until the script be aborted with the following error message:Code:$ hg clone http://bitbucket.org/ps2dev/ps2toolchain $ cd ps2toolchain/ $ sudo ./toolchain-sudo.sh
I re-ran the script again for 5 times, but the error message remains, and always on the same step.Code:destination directory: ps2sdk requesting all changes adding changesets adding manifests adding file changes transaction abort! rollback completed abort: premature EOF reading chunk (got 665 bytes, expected 15813) ../scripts/005-ps2sdk.sh: Failed. ERROR: Could not run the toolchain script.
I dunno if this happened due to a Bitbucket site issue (timeout due to slow response time?), Mercurial HG software bug, Tarballs files broken, or other one corrupted files among the thousand hosted on that site.
So, do you have an idea what is going on? The reason for that issue?
I found here (http://forum.trinitycore.org/topic/1.../page__st__150) a guy recommending to download the latest Tortoise HG to solve a similar problem (the error message is identical).
But I dunno if this could solve the problem? If so... How do it?
Any kind of help would be appreciated.
PS: If we succeed, I can edit this first post with the "successful recipe" for the newcomers...