You've used the set up the 'osc' tool in Part 1 and now it's time to check out your project for local editing and build.
You can list projects you can check out using 'osc ls'. You will see your home project you created in the Web UI listed too:
$ osc ls MeeGo MeeGo:Base:build MeeGo:Devel MeeGo:Trunk MeeGo:Trunk:Extra MeeGo:Trunk:Extra:rebuild ... home:<login> ...
Create a directory for doing work and change directory into it:
$ mkdir ~/obs $ cd ~/obs
This is a lot like using Subversion or CVS as the model is 'checkout' and 'checkin' (abbreviated 'co' and 'ci', respectively):
$ osc co home:<login> A home:<login> A home:<login>:bash A home:<login>:bash/Makefile ...
You will now find your checked out project ready for modification and rebuild under home:<login>/<packagename>
If using community OBS:
$ osc branch MeeGo.com:Trunk:Testing <packagename> home:<login>:<whatever>
This guide gave an introduction on how to use the osc tool to checkout sources. The next page will cover building your project. Click TBD to open the 3rd part.