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This is an old revision of AdHocVM made by JohnMcIntosh on 2008-09-07 21:12:56.


If you have an Apple iPhone SDK kit that you purchased from Apple you should be able to check out the current Squeak VM SVN then compile and install the VM on your iPod Touch or iPhone by following the instructions from Apple to build an application for personal installation on your device.

If you do not have an Apple SDK, then you must (at this time) talk to someone who owns an Apple iPhone SDK kit. That person can build an AdHoc application that will run for ONE YEAR on upto 100 devices.

For a limited time John McIntosh is offering that service (one device per person), you must then email him with your iPod Touch or iPhone's UUID. To find your iPhone's UDID, just plug it into your computer and wait until iTunes recognizes it. Select your phone from the Devices list in iTunes and click the "Summary" tab. To see your UDID, click on the word "serial number" beside the picture of the iPhone. You should see the word "identifer" and an alphanumeric string – this is your UDID.

To copy it, just press command + C on your Mac's keyboard (or control + C in Windows).

From time to time he will build a new VM and place that at

You can find version and UUID information in the file
to see which version of the VM will run on your device

To install you must download the two files:
or later version of the VM to your computer, then double-click on the *.zip file to unzip it which should result in creating a file.
Now drag the and the *. mobileprovision to to iTunes when your iPod or iPhone is connected to have iTunes install the VM iTunes.
Now sync your device and ensure it syncs all the applications or the selected applications as desired.


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