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The following guide seems severely out of date now, and the author does not reply to user questions, so I ask you is there any other step-by-step guide for this?

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I was having trouble as well, and started looking at the forks that have the most recent activity. The following fork worked for me. I cloned the repo and followed the directions in the Readme. The only differences were that the main script is called Node/server.js and I had to modify the Linux/termkit script to reference python2.7 explicitly. It's still clearly a work in progress, but at least I can start to hack meaningfully on it now.

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This one seems to be newer, if you have any problems, post the problem.

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Thanks for your answer, but it contains exactly the same instructions like the one above. There is a multitude of problems because if you follow the instructions it will just download the latest versions. And for example Node.js has gained three major versions since. I'm trying to unravel this version hell. My current problem is that TermKit requires v1.2 of connect, but those versions were wiped out of NPM's repos. The closest is 1.7 and I guess that's the reason why I have session problems. – vbence Apr 2 '12 at 7:42

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