How do you install...?

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  1. Nevermind42592

    Nevermind42592 New Member

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    Hi, I know this is a n00b question but how do I go about installing summerboard, Dock, and Customize? I realize I goto the installer and add the sources, but is there anything I need to make sure I install prior to installing these apps? I don't want to have to do this manually or on the computer though, it'd be easier for me to just go through my iPod touch. Also, I heard customize isn't really ipod touch friendly... is there an automatic way of making this ipod touch friendly without a computer?

    thanks.
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    owie007 New Member

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    Basically, with Dock.app you need to install BSD Subsystem from installer....

    customize has got this bug that it crashes on th iPod Touch.... what you can do is when you first open it you tap the screen as fast as you can until you see the menu...
    this only needs to be done once...[or twice maybe]
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    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    You can install those apps at any time.

    I'm pretty sure that with the latest edition, the compatibility with the Touch was improved.
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    Nevermind42592 New Member

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    Alrite, what does this BSD Subsystem even do?

    So you tap like crazy until it shows up... can i tap anywhere or is there a certain button i need to tap on?
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    Don't tap like crazy it'll work fine now 1st or 2nd try and bsd subsystem has to be installed for most apps to work
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    I believe the BSD subsystem allows the applications to have command line access to the Unix commands underlying the Mac OS (and hence, the iPod Touch firmware which is based on it)...
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    oh alrite I see. So this is basically a necessity for installing/using applications?

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