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This images can be installed in XO without security enabled.  
 
This images can be installed in XO without security enabled.  
  
XO-4: [http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/AU1B/33020xx4.zd | 33020xx4.zd]  
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XO-4: [http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/AU1B/33022xx4.zd | 33022xx4.zd] ([http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/AU1B/33022xx4.zd.md5 | md5)
  
XO-1.5: PENDING UPLOAD
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XO-1.5: [http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/AU1B/33022xx4.zd | 33022xx1.zd] ([http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/AU1B/33022xx1.zd.md5 | md5)
  
 
The olpc-os-builder configuration used to create these images is [https://github.com/godiard/olpc-os-builder/commits/v7.0 | here]
 
The olpc-os-builder configuration used to create these images is [https://github.com/godiard/olpc-os-builder/commits/v7.0 | here]
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As these are testing rpms, the version is 0.99. When we do the final release, will be changed to 0.100
 
As these are testing rpms, the version is 0.99. When we do the final release, will be changed to 0.100
  
The first step is install a13.2.0 image, downloaded [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Release_notes/13.2.0#Installation | here]
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The first step is install a 13.2.0 image, downloaded [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Release_notes/13.2.0#Installation | here]
  
 
The second is create a file /etc/yum.repos.d/sugar99.repo with the following contents:
 
The second is create a file /etc/yum.repos.d/sugar99.repo with the following contents:

Revision as of 07:26, 30 October 2013

How test Sugar 0.100

We have different ways to test Sugar 0.100:

  • Using a testing image (available for XO-1.5 and XO-4)
  • Using a 13.2.0 image and installing rpms.
  • Using sugar-build

Testing images

This images can be installed in XO without security enabled.

XO-4: | 33022xx4.zd ([http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/AU1B/33022xx4.zd.md5 | md5)

XO-1.5: | 33022xx1.zd ([http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/AU1B/33022xx1.zd.md5 | md5)

The olpc-os-builder configuration used to create these images is | here

Installing Sugar 0.100 testing rpms

As these are testing rpms, the version is 0.99. When we do the final release, will be changed to 0.100

The first step is install a 13.2.0 image, downloaded | here

The second is create a file /etc/yum.repos.d/sugar99.repo with the following contents:

[sugar99]
name=Sugar testing repository
baseurl=http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/sugar-99/
enabled=1

Later you need do:

rpm -e sugar-update-control
yum update

If you want start fresh, and do not care about LOOSING EVERYTHING YOU HAVE IN YOUR JOURNAL, can do:

rm -rf .sugar

And finally restart your computer.

Using sugar-build

Detailed instructions to use sugar-build are here [1]