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; some of the older versions listed here ^ may be security risks- for archive purposes only
 
; some of the older versions listed here ^ may be security risks- for archive purposes only
 
=Fedora 32=
 
=Fedora 32=
==Sugar live build==
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*https://codein.withgoogle.com/archive/2017/organization/5747080974827520/task/5319990500655104/
 
::https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Live_Build
 
::https://github.com/walterbender/sugar-live-build
 
 
*https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/32/Spins#Official_Fedora_Spins
 
*https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/32/Spins#Official_Fedora_Spins
  
 
==Fedora 32 Rawhide==
 
==Fedora 32 Rawhide==
 
* latest builds : http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/tasks?start=0&state=all&view=tree&method=livemedia&order=-id
 
* latest builds : http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/tasks?start=0&state=all&view=tree&method=livemedia&order=-id
* updated oct/1/2019
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:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Results:Fedora_32_Rawhide_20191119.n.2_Installation#How_to_test
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* updated nov/23/2019
 
===Fedora Docs===
 
===Fedora Docs===
 
::https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/docs/
 
::https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/docs/
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===github.com/sugarlabs/===
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::https://github.com/sugarlabs/
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===NVIDIA===
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*https://rpmfusion.org/Howto/NVIDIA?highlight=Haxxa8CategoryHowtoHaxxa9
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===rpmfusion===
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*https://rpmfusion.org/Configuration
  
 
==Rawhide==
 
==Rawhide==
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* http://wiki.laptop.org/go/IIAB/FAQ#What_services_.28IIAB_apps.29_are_suggested_during_installation.3F
 
* http://wiki.laptop.org/go/IIAB/FAQ#What_services_.28IIAB_apps.29_are_suggested_during_installation.3F
 
* https://nullr0ute.com/2016/09/connect-to-a-wireless-network-using-command-line-nmcli/
 
* https://nullr0ute.com/2016/09/connect-to-a-wireless-network-using-command-line-nmcli/
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=Internet of Things  (iot)=
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*https://iot.fedoraproject.org/
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*https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/compose//iot/
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::https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/iot/
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::https://iot.mozilla.org/gateway/
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::https://medium.com/@suyoggunjal/windows-10-iot-core-on-raspberry-pi-3-8c9ea0861de6 (windows-10-iot-core-on-raspberry-pi-3)
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=Atomic=
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"CentOS Atomic Host is a lean operating system designed to run Docker containers, built from standard CentOS 7 RPMs, and tracking the component versions included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host. "
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*https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/Atomic/Download
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::https://lists.projectatomic.io/projectatomic-archives/atomic-devel/2018-June/msg00078.html
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:::Merging into coreos
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*https://infrastructure.fedoraproject.org/cgit/ansible.git/commit/?id=3bbae53
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:removing f29 target
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=modularity=
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*https://docs.pagure.org/modularity/
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=fedora-coreos=
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;Server (flatpacks)
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"CoreOS, a new Fedora edition built specifically for running containerized workloads securely and at scale."
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*https://fedoramagazine.org/introducing-fedora-coreos/
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::https://github.com/coreos/fedora-coreos-docs/
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::https://github.com/openshift/okd/blob/master/README.md
  
 
=Silverblue=
 
=Silverblue=
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;Workstation (flatpacks)
 
*https://silverblue.fedoraproject.org/
 
*https://silverblue.fedoraproject.org/
 
*https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/toolbox/
 
*https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/toolbox/
 
*https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/
 
*https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/
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::https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/toolbox/
 
:still in development
 
:still in development
 
"Fedora Silverblue is an immutable desktop operating system, which aims to be extremely stable and reliable. It also aims to be an excellent platform for developers and for those using container-focused workflows."
 
"Fedora Silverblue is an immutable desktop operating system, which aims to be extremely stable and reliable. It also aims to be an excellent platform for developers and for those using container-focused workflows."
==rpmfusion==
 
*https://rpmfusion.org/Configuration
 
 
==flatpacks==
 
==flatpacks==
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::"A universal packaging format with a decentralized means of distribution. Plus, portability and sandboxing."
 
*http://docs.flatpak.org/en/latest/
 
*http://docs.flatpak.org/en/latest/
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*http://docs.flatpak.org/en/latest/first-build.html
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::https://flatpak.org/setup/Fedora/
 
::https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2019/04/24/how-to-run-systemd-in-a-container/
 
::https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2019/04/24/how-to-run-systemd-in-a-container/
 
::https://github.com/containers/libpod/
 
::https://github.com/containers/libpod/
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::https://flathub.org/apps/collection/recently-updated
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::https://flatpak.readthedocs.io/en/latest/under-the-hood.html
 
::https://firefox-flatpak.mojefedora.cz/
 
::https://firefox-flatpak.mojefedora.cz/
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::http://docs.flatpak.org/en/latest/sandbox-permissions.html
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:::https://flathub.org/repo/appstream/org.fedoraproject.MediaWriter.flatpakref
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*https://twitter.com/@FlatpakApps
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::https://opensource.com/article/19/10/how-build-flatpak-packaging?sc_cid=70160000001273HAAQ
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*https://flathub.org/home
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::"Welcome to Flathub, the home of hundreds of apps which can be easily installed on any Linux distribution. Browse the apps online, from your app center or the command line. "
  
==Endless OS==
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=Endless OS=
 
*https://endlessos.com/download/    (eos-eos3.6-amd64-amd64.190709-170830.en.iso torrent only - free)
 
*https://endlessos.com/download/    (eos-eos3.6-amd64-amd64.190709-170830.en.iso torrent only - free)
 
:"Endless OS is a free, easy-to-use operating system preloaded with over 100 apps.."  (32GB installer usb - uses flatpacks)  
 
:"Endless OS is a free, easy-to-use operating system preloaded with over 100 apps.."  (32GB installer usb - uses flatpacks)  
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::https://codein.withgoogle.com/
 
::https://codein.withgoogle.com/
 
**https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Google_Code_In_2019
 
**https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Google_Code_In_2019
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===olpc===
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*https://ktpress.rw/2019/11/from-olpc-xo-to-positivo-rwanda-sets-the-bar-higher/
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"Thanks Samson.
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For Sugar Labs, the most important part is "the machines will have the
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same modules (interface) for children lesson," so there's an
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opportunity for Sugar Labs to remain involved.
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I don't know what operating system REB are using, but OLPC OS 18.04.0
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based on Ubuntu 18.04.2 and Sugar will likely work straight away on
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PC-compatible laptops, and can be customised and rebuilt.  Our OLPC
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servers do see update requests from countries were we have not
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distributed our PC-compatible laptops, which is cool."
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James Cameron
  
 
==sugar-live-build-20191002/==
 
==sugar-live-build-20191002/==
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         6.  does not contain Debian Sugar packages,"  
 
         6.  does not contain Debian Sugar packages,"  
 
*[1] sugar-devel@lists.sugarlabs.org
 
*[1] sugar-devel@lists.sugarlabs.org
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*https://codein.withgoogle.com/archive/2017/organization/5747080974827520/task/5319990500655104/
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::https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Live_Build
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::https://github.com/walterbender/sugar-live-build

Latest revision as of 13:07, 5 December 2019

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some of the older versions listed here ^ may be security risks- for archive purposes only

Fedora 32

Fedora 32 Rawhide

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Results:Fedora_32_Rawhide_20191119.n.2_Installation#How_to_test
  • updated nov/23/2019

Fedora Docs

https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/docs/

github.com/sugarlabs/

https://github.com/sugarlabs/

NVIDIA

rpmfusion

Rawhide

sugar 0.14 installs with fedora media writer usb to hard disk

Rpi

Note there is no rpi4 support at this time

Raspberry_Pi

"Fedora supports the the Raspberry Pi Model 2B and 3-series of devices including the 3B, 3B+, 3A+, 3CM and 3CM+ in Fedora 29 and later releases."

https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_Creation_Kit/sck/Advanced_Topics#Raspberry_Pi_.2F_RPi (old work)
https://wiki.cdot.senecacollege.ca/wiki/Raspberry_Pi_Fedora_Remix_Installation
https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
http://pidora.ca/
https://elinux.org/RPi_Distributions#Fedora_Remix
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Virt_ARM_on_x86 (install arm in VMM)

Rpi-FAQ

Installation method used for testing
  1. Download Fedora-SoaS-armhfp..sda.raw.xz file to /Downloads
  2. extract here to expand to Fedora-SoaS-armhfp..sda.raw.xz file
  3. start Fedora Media Writer/select Fedora-SoaS-armhfp..sda.raw file in "Custom"
  4. insert micro SD into usb Card Reader and plug in it's USB
  5. select RPiB3+ and write Fedora-SoaS-armhfp..sda.raw.xz file
  6. exit Fedora MediaWriter
  7. start gparted and expand partition 3 to full size of micro SD (Class 10 32 GB)
  8. insert mico SD in RPi3B+ slot and power up.

Fedora MediaWriter

"What changes when Rpi 3B+;Rpi2B+; or "other is selected in version 4.1.4.1-fc30 ?"

  • satellit May 19, 2019

"Nothing, really. The tentative plan was to support more ARM spins in the future but no work towards that was done yet."

  • Martin Bříza:5/20/2019

Raspberry-Pi-IIAB

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0cBGCxr_WPBPa3IqPVEe3g

Install of IIAB on RPi4

"The Raspberry Pi 4 is the latest upgrade in the Raspberry Pi SBC series. : This one has a Quadcore A72 CPU, up to 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM, 2x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0 ports, double micro-HDMI ports, AC Wifi, Bluetooth 5.0 and Gigabit ethernet."

  • NOTE medium and full install include sugarizer-server (default)
https://sugarizer.org/
https://github.com/llaske/sugarizer
https://github.com/llaske/sugarizer-server
Aug 6 2017
  • Same install on a 32GB sd: using my Rpi3B+.
  • Only difference: used medium install and only downloaded a few items to test

Aug 2 2017
Installed "Raspbian Buster with desktop and recommended software" (1)
2019-07-10-raspbian-buster-full.img (extracted: 6.4 GB)
256 GB SanDisk Ultra micoSDXC A1 card

Install with Etcher:

In microSD reader
Insert card in RPi4 and power up:
  • RPi4 (with 4 GB Memory) booted and changed GPU memory in "Preferences / Raspberry Pi4 Configuration" to [356] from [76]
( 2019-07-10-raspbian-buster-full - allows changing the allocated amount of memory in the RPi4)
(This appears to increase performance)

GPU memory.jpg

  • in add/remove software: install firefox ESR
  • in terminal:
 curl d.iiab.io/install.txt | sudo bash
  • chose maximum iiab install size
  • used middle selection for type of install (single point)
  • Start Ansible install

Photograph terminal screen when it shows: "Internet-In-A Box (IIAB) software install is complete"

IIAB-install.jpg

Reboot (by hitting [enter] key)
  • Change iiab-admin's password before connecting your server to the Internet.
You can do this within http://box.lan/admin -> Utilities menu — or at the command line, if you type "passwd iiab-admin". 
  • in firefox enter (in command line): 10.0.0.208/admin with user:iiab-admin and the password you entered above ^
Starts Admin console

4+3B+.jpg

  • test setup ^

(1) http://wiki.laptop.org/go/IIAB/FAQ#Is_a_quick_installation_possible.3F

NOTES

Internet of Things (iot)

https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/iot/
https://iot.mozilla.org/gateway/
https://medium.com/@suyoggunjal/windows-10-iot-core-on-raspberry-pi-3-8c9ea0861de6 (windows-10-iot-core-on-raspberry-pi-3)






Atomic

"CentOS Atomic Host is a lean operating system designed to run Docker containers, built from standard CentOS 7 RPMs, and tracking the component versions included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host. "

https://lists.projectatomic.io/projectatomic-archives/atomic-devel/2018-June/msg00078.html
Merging into coreos
removing f29 target

modularity

fedora-coreos

Server (flatpacks)

"CoreOS, a new Fedora edition built specifically for running containerized workloads securely and at scale."

https://github.com/coreos/fedora-coreos-docs/
https://github.com/openshift/okd/blob/master/README.md

Silverblue

Workstation (flatpacks)
https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/toolbox/
still in development

"Fedora Silverblue is an immutable desktop operating system, which aims to be extremely stable and reliable. It also aims to be an excellent platform for developers and for those using container-focused workflows."

flatpacks

"A universal packaging format with a decentralized means of distribution. Plus, portability and sandboxing."
https://flatpak.org/setup/Fedora/
https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2019/04/24/how-to-run-systemd-in-a-container/
https://github.com/containers/libpod/
https://flathub.org/apps/collection/recently-updated
https://flatpak.readthedocs.io/en/latest/under-the-hood.html
https://firefox-flatpak.mojefedora.cz/
http://docs.flatpak.org/en/latest/sandbox-permissions.html
https://flathub.org/repo/appstream/org.fedoraproject.MediaWriter.flatpakref
https://opensource.com/article/19/10/how-build-flatpak-packaging?sc_cid=70160000001273HAAQ
"Welcome to Flathub, the home of hundreds of apps which can be easily installed on any Linux distribution. Browse the apps online, from your app center or the command line. "

Endless OS

"Endless OS is a free, easy-to-use operating system preloaded with over 100 apps.." (32GB installer usb - uses flatpacks)
https://betanews.com/2019/06/12/debian-10-buster-endless-os-linux/
https://github.com/endlessm (github)
https://firefox-flatpak.mojefedora.cz/ (firefox flatpack that installs)
"This is an unofficial Firefox flatpak repository provided by Fedora and Red Hat maintainers and made for testing purposes. "
https://github.com/flathub/org.fedoraproject.MediaWriter/issues/5 (Fedora MediaWriter bug in flatpack)
"Endless OS is built on top of decades of efforts from the free and open-source software community, and we acknowledge a great debt to it. We contribute back to open source projects whenever we can, but not all the software shipped on our computer is open source. Please refer to https://endlessm.com/for-developers developer for more information."

references

https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2019/09/24/changes-to-centos-what-centos-stream-means-for-developers/
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Virt_ARM_on_x8
https://npmccallum.gitlab.io/post/cross-architecture-roots-with-dnf/
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Updates_Testing

GCI

https://codein.withgoogle.com/

olpc

"Thanks Samson.

For Sugar Labs, the most important part is "the machines will have the same modules (interface) for children lesson," so there's an opportunity for Sugar Labs to remain involved.

I don't know what operating system REB are using, but OLPC OS 18.04.0 based on Ubuntu 18.04.2 and Sugar will likely work straight away on PC-compatible laptops, and can be customised and rebuilt. Our OLPC servers do see update requests from countries were we have not distributed our PC-compatible laptops, which is cool."

James Cameron

sugar-live-build-20191002/

"On Wed, Oct 2, 2019 at 3:34 AM James Cameron ...<quozl@laptop.org> wrote:[1]

       Announcing Sugar Live Build with Sugar 0.116 and the Fructose activity
       set, ported to Python 3.  It can be used for testing Sugar quickly and
       easily.
       1.  boot from hard drive, flash drive, and optical media,
       automatically starting Sugar without persistence,
       2.  or install as a virtual machine, with persistence and password
       protection,
       3.  based on the Debian 10 Buster Live Build,
       4.  for developers, contains all build dependencies, configured source
       trees (git clones in /usr/src), and binaries (make install) for the
       Sugar 0.116 Sucrose modules and the Fructose activity set,
       5.  contains a backport of Metacity 3.34,
       6.  does not contain Debian Sugar packages," 
  • [1] sugar-devel@lists.sugarlabs.org
https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Live_Build
https://github.com/walterbender/sugar-live-build