Old 22nd February 2011, 16:37   #1
jo_vark
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ultra modern ui with scons on linux

Hi,
I have been using the nsis tool for a couple of years now and use scons to create the installers on a linux box.

I recently decided to switch to the ultra modern UI and have placed all the relevant ultra modern ui files on my linux box.

However while compiling my script, I get the message:
Error: Can't open "path/to/ultra modern.exe"!

Is there any workaround or alternatives in order to get the ultra modern ui on linux working.

Thanks in advance
-Jo

PS. the space in the filename in the error message is because for some reason the Winamp forum bowdlerizes u l t r a m to ****** ... Never knew that was a swear word
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Old 22nd February 2011, 17:16   #2
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Well it turns out that there were more files to transfer than what I thought. Going through all the folders and making sure all the files from my windows box got copied to my linux box fixed the issue.
-Jo
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Old 22nd February 2011, 17:29   #3
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PS. the space in the filename in the error message is because for some reason the Winamp forum bowdlerizes u l t r a m to ****** ... Never knew that was a swear word
got to thank the spammers for that though might be ok to get that removed, will have to check.

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Old 22nd February 2011, 17:38   #4
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turns out there is a pain killer called u l t r a m, so may make sense to leave it there
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