Once you apply the fixes to the web admin, you can use the web admin to checkin your changes to sqlCVS. You can still do it with the commandline without the fixes, but the point of the web admin is to make it easier.
If you want to checkin your changes to sqlCVS with the web admin (Assuming you've applied the fix):
1) Create a mantis ticket for the inclusion of your device. Write down your mantis ticket number
2) Open the web admin sqlCVS>Diff page
3) Check all for dce and ir repositories, and hit next
4) you will be presented with a list of differences between your local database and the master. You have to put checkmarks on the ones that apply (this takes some research). For example, you may have several devices with their own IR codes. You have to only check those that apply to a single device. Once you have checked all changes that belong to that device, enter into the comments on the bottom something like "Mantis ticket#XXXX, add device My_Device"
5)Hit the checkin button
6)When it is finished, go to www.linuxmce.org/sqlCVS
7)go to View Batches
8)You will see your batch numbers on top of the page. Write down the negative batch numbers, go back to the mantis page, and create a note listing your batch numbers
Again, you don't have to do this via the web admin, you can follow the instructions here http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/LinuxMCEsqlCVScommitProcedure
. But doing it through the web admin is very convenient.
Williammanda: No you don't need this update. This is for people that want to create device templates for others to use