Teacher. I want to reproduce something like I did here.
- Compaq TC4400
- EPIC 1312 (a real POS)
Goal: Test Sugar on a stick. Get screencasts working so that I can begin to document Sugar for proof that it'll work (for me). Ultimately want to be installing Sugar or something like it in schools and NPOs.
part I This is after messing with the BIOS for a few minutes. Unfortunately, most teachers wouldn't know how to do this. A WUBI like dual boot option at the beginning of startup might be a better option for the Aunt Tillies of the world.
part II This is where I figure out that F1 is the network view key. Thanks to the friendly people at the IRC!
part III F1 to see network view.
part IV This is probably where everything starts to go wrong with the install. Habit of downloading updates I believe is what broke Sugar on a Stick. I was trying to get RecordMyDesktop to work... which I did... but there doesn't appear to be any way to play .flv or .ogv or .swf in the default install package of Sugar on a stick. Not acceptable IMHO for a piece of software that's supposed to work in a school.
part V Sugar on a stick has seized. You can see what happens when stuff almost stops working entirely. Browser, IRC, writer are all dead. Far right hand corner to try and shutdown... no joy there.
part VI Trying to copy error messages from the terminal. No joy. The activities have seized.
Trying to get edubuntu with sugar sweetener
Evaluating Sugar for rollout on thin and fat clients in local schools.
Here is a link to the videos with the bugs I've encountered while trying to get Sugaronastick to work on my HP/Compaq TC4400
pages I watch
How to add other applications as Activities i.e. Firefox, VLC, RecordMyDesktop, Ktype, etc.