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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    Aw I spent a lot of time coding using gedit... I hope I can get this to work without having to rewrite everything completely in a terminal :/
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    Wink Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    notice the dot you're placing at the beginning.

    that's actually telling it to go somewhere else.

    if the folder is called mac-osx-wallpapers and is located in your home directory, then it should be like this:

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    cd
    sudo chown -R root.root mac-osx-wallpapers/
    sudo dpkg -b mac-osx-wallpapers/ mac-osx-wallpapers.deb
    also, make sure the DEBIAN folder is called DEBIAN with all capital letters, and make sure to leave a blank line at the end of the control file.
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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    Quote Originally Posted by angry_johnnie View Post

    you should cd into the directory where mac-osx-wallpapers is
    How do I cd into the directory?
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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    Sorry, I'm still getting used to the terminal
    Thanks for helping me
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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    hey no worries. we all learned little by little. post 22 above should tell you exactly what to do, if your files are called what i think they're called
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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    Code:
    jeb@AMD-Athlon-II-X3:~$ cd mac-osx-wallpapers
    bash: cd: mac-osx-wallpapers: No such file or directory
    jeb@AMD-Athlon-II-X3:~$ cd ./mac-osx.wallpapers
    bash: cd: ./mac-osx.wallpapers: No such file or directory
    jeb@AMD-Athlon-II-X3:~$ cd
    jeb@AMD-Athlon-II-X3:~$ sudo chown -R root.root mac-osx-wallpapers/
    [sudo] password for jeb: 
    chown: cannot access `mac-osx-wallpapers/': No such file or directory
    jeb@AMD-Athlon-II-X3:~$
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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    well, in order to tell you what to do i'll need to know a few more details.

    what is the name of the folder where you have the wallpapers?

    where is this folder located?
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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    I gave the folder to Root and I am still getting the same error message that there is no control file
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    Re: How do I create a wallpaper package?

    The folder's name is "Mac-OSX-Wallpapers" and is in my Home folder.
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