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#21
I don't know if this is OT.
But how to change photo/video file name without inception?
 
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#22
@MK99 i dont really understand what you mean.
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#24
Originally Posted by coderus View Post
@MK99 i dont really understand what you mean.
N9QTweak KK-4
Change default photo/video file name.

I understand that it can't happen without inception or openmode.
I don't at least not successful.
 
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#25
@MK99 sorry i'm not used this mod and not using N9QTweak. I will contact Schturman for info.
But afaik N9QTweak can't work without inception. You need to modify tweak scripts self, or you can keep inception only for ariadne stuff - not use it for package installations.
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#26
It use your refhashlist patcher:
Code:
ariadne sh -c "sh /opt/N9QTweak/SYS/change usr/lib/libqcamera.so.1.0.0"
to apply changes in the file.
 
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#27
btw we can write simple [ariadne sh -c] wrapper script:

/usr/bin/ariadne
Code:
#!/bin/sh
sudo ${@:6:1024}
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#28
Originally Posted by coderus View Post
btw we can write simple [ariadne sh -c] wrapper script:

/usr/bin/ariadne
Code:
#!/bin/sh
sudo ${@:6:1024}
Why, from your first post I understand we can use: sudo -s
That mean maybe we can use:
Code:
sudo -s "sh /opt/N9QTweak/SYS/change usr/lib/libqcamera.so.1.0.0"
instead
Code:
ariadne sh -c "sh /opt/N9QTweak/SYS/change usr/lib/libqcamera.so.1.0.0"
I'm right ?
 
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#29
no you wrong
[sudo -s] is similar to [ariadne sh]
[sudo command] is similar to [ariadne sh -c command]

If you never used sudo read [manpages sudo] in google
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#30
ok, that mean:
Code:
sudo "sh /opt/N9QTweak/SYS/change usr/lib/libqcamera.so.1.0.0"
should work ?
 
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