How to make an Assembly program in ubuntu?


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Need to copy the entire program over ssh:/
The story is simple — formed program, podredaktirovat configs.
There's a lot of what clings where, don't know exactly what and where, because the initial installation was automatic.
Actually, the question is — did someone something that would help to copy via ssh:/ ready to work program to another computer?
Versions of the OSes are almost identical: home machine to ubuntu 10.04 and the server is on ubuntu 10.04 server.
Goes as the decision for the rapid Assembly of an existing program, with all the configs in the distribution.

Thank you.
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A lot of confusion in the understanding of what is happening.
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Copy ssh can scp. To do packs can either dpkg or (if ambitions are high, but skills are even cooler) — build-server.
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Accordingly, I collected a package, copied over ssh (scp), installed/updated with dpkg-i (run the same ssh).
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Do I understand correctly that you just need to on a home computer was configured Emacs as well as on the server?
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Emaxon not in use, so I can assume that he probably stores all your settings in a folder like ~/.emacs therefore doing home aptitude install emacs and then rsync user@example.com:/home/user/.emacs ~/
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Is seems to be initially in the Assembly ubuntu 10.04 server — emacs is called. :)
It would be good to pull on a different machine, a desktop.
Generally, the more often install via apt-get install.
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Well, there are some ways if it was installed via make install?
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