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  1. samid's Avatar
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    How do I copy apps that I have made on my mac to the emulator? cant access my local hard drive using novaterm can i?
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    open up terminal and use the palm-install command

    Code:
     palm-install "location of your app"
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    Ok how do i do it, im using a PC and i followed the instructions from the predevwiki for making your own helloworld app, but i cant figure out how to install it to the emulator using putty. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmterminator View Post
    Ok how do i do it, im using a PC and i followed the instructions from the predevwiki for making your own helloworld app, but i cant figure out how to install it to the emulator using putty. Thanks
    Did you even try searching?

    Drag to the palm-install.bat in the Palm\SDK folder.
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    I don't have these batch files on my mac. So far I have a dir with the json, index, and icon file. I just can't get it to the phone or the emulator. My emulator does not have those batch files on MacOS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eguy View Post
    Did you even try searching?

    Drag to the palm-install.bat in the Palm\SDK folder.
    I thought that was for installing to the Pre, not the emulator?

    Does it install both places at the same time?
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    To be safe, the command should be:
    palm-install -d tcp filename.ipk
    Otherwise the palm-install must decide which it wants from tcp (emulator) or usb (actual Pre) if both are running and connected to the computer.

    Quote Originally Posted by rc46 View Post
    I thought that was for installing to the Pre, not the emulator?

    Does it install both places at the same time?
    The -d [usb|tcp] argument tells it the install destination. If you don't tell it, the script just picks "the first one". Not sure what the logic is and order, as I'm always explicit with my call.
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    I am having problems as well, this is how I (newbie) got it to work on my emulator:
    open a command by doing: start, type cmd in search field. Command box opens.
    1.type palm-package (put the name of your directroy here), then hit enter
    2. this creates a .ipk file
    3. open the emmulator
    4. from the command box, type palm-install (insert the full name of the ipk file here) hit enter
    5. the app should now be installed in the palm apps
    6. to delete the app from the emulator, alt click the app
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    How do I do this on mac?
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    Quote Originally Posted by samid View Post
    How do I do this on mac?
    I've posted instructions here. Hope they help.
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    thanks
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    I can install to the pre now but not the emulator. Any ideas??
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    Quote Originally Posted by samid View Post
    I can install to the pre now but not the emulator. Any ideas??
    OK! First off, READ!

    Second: When you have created your package using the palm-package command, you need to send that package o your emulator.

    I ony use the emulator since I don't have the phone and so I noticed that using the palm-install (package directory/name.ipk) without parameters, it would get stuck connecting. What YOU have to do is

    palm-install -d tcp (package directory/name.ipk)

    This will set the destination to the emulator. (The emulator mus be runnning before this happens)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hellbinder View Post
    OK! First off, READ!

    Second: When you have created your package using the palm-package command, you need to send that package o your emulator.

    I ony use the emulator since I don't have the phone and so I noticed that using the palm-install (package directory/name.ipk) without parameters, it would get stuck connecting. What YOU have to do is

    palm-install -d tcp (package directory/name.ipk)

    This will set the destination to the emulator. (The emulator mus be runnning before this happens)
    Hey thanks for the reply
    I had tried this before and just tried it again and it won't work. It gives me an error that it can't find the emulator.
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    Hi,

    Check out this tutorial:

    clickonchris.com/2009/06/tutorial-palm-pre-sdk/

    It explains how to create and install apps on the emulator from dos using the bat files on the sdk.

    Dan

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