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=== Installing Sugar 0.100 testing rpms ===
 
=== 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 [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Release_notes/13.2.0#Installation | here]
 
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:
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The second is create a file /etc/yum.repos.d/au1b-updates.repo with the following contents:
  
  [sugar99]
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  [au1b-updates]
  name=Sugar testing repository
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  name=au1b-udates
  baseurl=http://dev.laptop.org/~gonzalo/sugar-99/
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  baseurl=http://harvest.one-education.org/public/au1b-updates/
 
  enabled=1
 
  enabled=1
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gpgcheck=0
  
 
Later you need do:
 
Later you need do:

Revision as of 03:57, 7 November 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: 33023xx4.zd (md5)

XO-1.75: 33023xx2.zd (md5)

XO-1.5: 33023xx1.zd (md5)

XO-1: 33023xx0.img (md5)

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

Installing Sugar 0.100 testing rpms

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

The second is create a file /etc/yum.repos.d/au1b-updates.repo with the following contents:

[au1b-updates]
name=au1b-udates
baseurl=http://harvest.one-education.org/public/au1b-updates/
enabled=1
gpgcheck=0

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]