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Re: New XOLiveCD 080321

El jue, 27-03-2008 a las 21:43 +0100, Jonas Smedegaard escribió:
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> On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 05:26:34PM +0100, José L. Redrejo Rodríguez wrote:
> >
> >El mié, 26-03-2008 a las 09:04 +0100, Kurt Gramlich escribió:
> >> dear Skoletuxe
> >> 
> >> A new release 080321 of the Livebackup XO-LiveCD is available
> >Just two small questions:
> >- why so much resolution is required to test it if the XO has lower
> >resolution?
> >- has anybody tested this on a ltsp environment?
> It is a LiveCD.  I don't think a LiveCD integrates well with LTSP.

Sure, I was thinking of doing a image to be loaded by nbd in an ltsp

> The GUI part of the XO system is Sugar.
> Core Sugar packages is in Debian Sid but broken due to bug#472103. 

Shit, that's the kind of bug a maintainer never wants to have: depends
on other packages but your package "should" avoid it and you can not do
it without digging a lot in upstream code :-(

> Unofficial working packages is available through APT using one of the 
> following (for amd64 and i386):
>    deb http://debian.jones.dk sid sugar
>    deb http://debian.jones.dk lenny sugar
> I have not tested Sugar with LTSP but it works fine with the alternative 
> (and now abandoned) lessdisks.
> With "core" I mean that the infrastructure to navigate between "Home", 
> "Friends" and "Neighbourhood" is there, but very few activities is 
> packaged yet.
> If you want to try out more avtivities, backports/sideports of an 
> earlier packaging effort for Ubuntu made by Jani Monoses is available 
> here:
>    deb http://debian.jones.dk sid sugar-old
>    deb http://debian.jones.dk lenny sugar-old
> Beware that if you mix sugar and sugar-old (you can just list them both 
> on a single APT line), some of the old packages will override the newer 
> ones due to different versioning of those packages.

I prefer to avoid this, I don't have any ubuntu installation and I
trust in their Debian compatibility.

> Help packaging Sugar activities is much wanted.  If interested then 
> please subscribe and raise your voice over at the mailinglist 
> debian-olpc-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org [1]. :-)

I'd love helping you in this task, but first I have to end about one
hundred of pending tasks... Anyway I'm subscribing to the mailing list
to be in "listener mode" by now. If you are ever in an urgent and total
need, shout and I'll park some of my tasks for a while ;-)


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