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I'm having trouble installing it though, I select manual install on the QPKG centre, and it gets to 45% then hangs... at that point it should be trying to do a git pull..it ever exit or are you having to kill the process?

I've tried multiple times, seems to get stuck at the same point. if it does exit, are there any entries in your system log?

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So, I'm guess the issue is that you don't have git installed?

If this is true, via ssh issue the following commandthen try to re-install the qpkg.

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