Bash script in a ppa.
Bit of a Linux/Ubuntu n00b, have been using it about as long as I have been a member of this forum, but am learning pretty quick and loving every minute of it
I have created a script that uses awk and sed to convert .ust files between romaji and kana. I placed it in /usr/bin so I could call it globally, basic script such-stuffs. However, I want to be able to place this file in a ppa for install by other users via apt-get. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to do this, lol, and most of what I have found googling deals with "actual programs" that need to be compiled and such. All I want is a way that:
1. The script itself (luct) be saved into /usr/bin
2. A file used by the script named luct.lst be saved into /usr/bin.
3. Allow for updates via apt-get update.
A simple request, I think. I just have no idea where to look, lol.
Last edited by sandyd; December 1st, 2012 at 02:33 AM.
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