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=A review of installation methods=
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==A review of installation methods==
  
a work in progress
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This is a work in progress.  Please review and contribute.
  
===Installation to HD, USB Hardisk, and USB/SD===
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==Installation to HD, USB hard drive, and USB/SD flash drives==
  
==Real file systems==
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===Uncompressed file systems===
1 zyx-liveinstaller <from terminal>[http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick/ZyX-LiveInstaller]
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# zyx-liveinstaller <from Ferminal>[[Sugar_on_a_Stick/ZyX-LiveInstaller]]
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#* creates real file structure on USB or HD (without rebooting)
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#* name and color selection (and ssh keys remain the same)
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#*:This can be a problem for using it for distribution
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# liveinst (Anaconda)<from Terminal> [[Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Use_liveinst_command_in_terminal]]
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#* installs to HD or USB stick
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#* If you make an .img file from the USB before running "firstboot", it becomes a good way to duplicate the sticks.
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# Net install CD [[Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Make_your_OWN_Custom_SUGAR-DESKTOP_USB_Boot_Stick]]
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#* need a fast Internet connection
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#* very slow install(6+ hours for USB)
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#* allows custom install of sugar-desktop only or Gnome/KDE + Sugar
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#* If you make an .img file from the USB before running "firstboot", it becomes a good way to duplicate the sticks.
  
-creates real file structure on USB or HD (without rebooting)
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===Compressed file systems on USB/SD===
  
-name and color selection (and ssh keys remain the same)
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# script with .iso file [[Talk:SoaS_Blueberry_Instructions#With_the_soas-2-blueberry.iso.2C_leave_out_the_options_for_a_separate_persistent_home:]]
 
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# live-usbcreator application
This can be a problem for using it for distribution
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#*  Download the latest version of the Fedora LiveUSB Creator from http://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator and extract it.
 
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#* Plug a blank target USB flash drive (or SD Card) into your computer (minimum 1-gigabyte).
2 liveinst (Anaconda)<from Terminal> [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Use_liveinst_command_in_terminal]
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#* Launch LiveUSB Creator.
 
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#* Select Sugar on a Stick v2 Blueberry in the drop-down menu on the upper-right side to download the liveUSB disk image. Alternatively, download Blueberry here, then hit the Browse button and select the downloaded file.
-installs to HD or USB stick
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#* Adjust the Persistent Storage slider. This enables you to save the child's work in Sugar onto the device.
 
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#* Select your flash drive as the target and click the Create Live USB button.
-If you make an .img file from the USB before running "firstboot" It becomes a good way to duplicate the sticks.
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#* Wait for the process to finish, then close the LiveUSB Creator program.
 
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#* Stop your flash drive using the Safely Remove Hardware dialog and eject it.
3 Net install CD [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Make_your_OWN_Custom_SUGAR-DESKTOP_USB_Boot_Stick]
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# other Linux distributions [[Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux]]
 
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-need a fast Internet connection
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-very slow install(6+ hrs for USB)
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-allows custom install of sugar-desktop only or Gnome/KDE + Sugar
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-If you make an .img file from the USB before running "firstboot" It becomes a good way to duplicate the sticks.
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==compressed file systems on USB/SD==
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1 script with .iso file [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Talk:SoaS_Blueberry_Instructions#With_the_soas-2-blueberry.iso.2C_leave_out_the_options_for_a_separate_persistent_home:]
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2.live-usbcreator application
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    *  Download the latest version of the Fedora LiveUSB Creator from http://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator and extract it.
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    * Plug a blank target USB flash drive (or SD Card) into your computer (minimum 1-gigabyte).
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    * Launch LiveUSB Creator.
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    * Select Sugar on a Stick v2 Blueberry in the drop-down menu on the upper-right side to download the liveUSB disk image. Alternatively, download Blueberry here, then hit the Browse button and select the downloaded file.
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    * Adjust the Persistent Storage slider. This enables you to save the child's work in Sugar onto the device.
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    * Select your flash drive as the target and click the Create Live USB button.
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    * Wait for the process to finish, then close the LiveUSB Creator program.
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    * Stop your flash drive using the Safely Remove Hardware dialog and eject it.
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3. other Linux distributions[http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux]
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==Duplication of USB/SD .img files==
 
==Duplication of USB/SD .img files==
1.dd copy of USB/SD <from terminal>[http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Duplication_of_USB_Sticks] Autologon [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#AUTO_Login_to_SUGAR]
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# dd copy of USB/SD <from terminal>[[Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Duplication_of_USB_Sticks]] Autologon [[Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#AUTO_Login_to_SUGAR]]
  
==Download Questions==
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=='''Upgrade to Sugar 0.84 with Fedora 11 and Gnome'''==
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Look at Instructions Here: http://www.olpcnews.com/forum/index.php?topic=4768.msg31772#msg31772%3E
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* message #3 How to install.
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* NOTE: Software has been updated since that posting. The latest Software is available here:
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{{Code|http://people.sugarlabs.org/bernie/olpc/f11-xo1-py/os179py.img}}
  
='''Upgrade XO-1 to Gnome + Sugar Software'''=
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{{Code|http://people.sugarlabs.org/bernie/olpc/f11-xo1-py/os179py.crc}}
Look at Instructions Here:
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http://www.olpcnews.com/forum/index.php?topic=4768.msg31772#msg31772%3E
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* message #3 How to install.
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* NOTE: Software is updated latest Software is:
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http://people.sugarlabs.org/bernie/olpc/f11-xo1-py/os179py.img
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http://people.sugarlabs.org/bernie/olpc/f11-xo1-py/os179py.crc
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* put these files on a fat32 boot flag USB stick
 
* put these files on a fat32 boot flag USB stick
 
* add your security key to the USB
 
* add your security key to the USB
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'''THIS WILL OVERWRITE YOUR NAND in the XO-1 with the new OS.'''
 
'''THIS WILL OVERWRITE YOUR NAND in the XO-1 with the new OS.'''
 
* Use XO-1 AC Charger to guarantee this will complete
 
* Use XO-1 AC Charger to guarantee this will complete
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==Download Questions==

Revision as of 12:26, 6 May 2010

A review of installation methods

This is a work in progress. Please review and contribute.

Installation to HD, USB hard drive, and USB/SD flash drives

Uncompressed file systems

  1. zyx-liveinstaller <from Ferminal>Sugar_on_a_Stick/ZyX-LiveInstaller
    • creates real file structure on USB or HD (without rebooting)
    • name and color selection (and ssh keys remain the same)
      This can be a problem for using it for distribution
  2. liveinst (Anaconda)<from Terminal> Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Use_liveinst_command_in_terminal
    • installs to HD or USB stick
    • If you make an .img file from the USB before running "firstboot", it becomes a good way to duplicate the sticks.
  3. Net install CD Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Make_your_OWN_Custom_SUGAR-DESKTOP_USB_Boot_Stick
    • need a fast Internet connection
    • very slow install(6+ hours for USB)
    • allows custom install of sugar-desktop only or Gnome/KDE + Sugar
    • If you make an .img file from the USB before running "firstboot", it becomes a good way to duplicate the sticks.

Compressed file systems on USB/SD

  1. script with .iso file Talk:SoaS_Blueberry_Instructions#With_the_soas-2-blueberry.iso.2C_leave_out_the_options_for_a_separate_persistent_home:
  2. live-usbcreator application
    • Download the latest version of the Fedora LiveUSB Creator from http://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator and extract it.
    • Plug a blank target USB flash drive (or SD Card) into your computer (minimum 1-gigabyte).
    • Launch LiveUSB Creator.
    • Select Sugar on a Stick v2 Blueberry in the drop-down menu on the upper-right side to download the liveUSB disk image. Alternatively, download Blueberry here, then hit the Browse button and select the downloaded file.
    • Adjust the Persistent Storage slider. This enables you to save the child's work in Sugar onto the device.
    • Select your flash drive as the target and click the Create Live USB button.
    • Wait for the process to finish, then close the LiveUSB Creator program.
    • Stop your flash drive using the Safely Remove Hardware dialog and eject it.
  3. other Linux distributions Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux


Duplication of USB/SD .img files

  1. dd copy of USB/SD <from terminal>Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#Duplication_of_USB_Sticks Autologon Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux/Non-compressed_Fedora#AUTO_Login_to_SUGAR

Upgrade to Sugar 0.84 with Fedora 11 and Gnome

Look at Instructions Here: http://www.olpcnews.com/forum/index.php?topic=4768.msg31772#msg31772%3E

  • message #3 How to install.
  • NOTE: Software has been updated since that posting. The latest Software is available here:

http://people.sugarlabs.org/bernie/olpc/f11-xo1-py/os179py.img

http://people.sugarlabs.org/bernie/olpc/f11-xo1-py/os179py.crc

  • put these files on a fat32 boot flag USB stick
  • add your security key to the USB
  • Be certain to disable security first
  • follow instructions in message #3

THIS WILL OVERWRITE YOUR NAND in the XO-1 with the new OS.

  • Use XO-1 AC Charger to guarantee this will complete

Download Questions