[IAEP] [SoaS-2] Feature Complete? Another Snapshot.
curiouslee at gmail.com
Sat Mar 7 01:36:25 EST 2009
I just tried this on an Intel Classmate 3 (2goPC) with Windows XP Home.
Booting from a Kingston DataTraveler 2GB USB drive gets through the Fedora
progress bar. Screen goes black and stalls with this line in upper left and
a blinking underscore cursor on the next line:
r8169 0000:02:00.0 PCI INT A disabled
I will test on the Asus EeePC 701, Classmate 2 and a UMPC tomorrow.
On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 2:33 PM, Sebastian Dziallas <sebastian at when.com>wrote:
> Hi folks,
> there's another snapshot of soas-2 ready for testing! There will be
> another snapshot on this Sunday to have an up2date image for bug
> triaging sessions. It's really important for us to get as much feedback
> as possible in this state of soas-2, since we'd like to get a release
> rolled out soonish and should have all blockers fixed beforehand, right?
> Now what's new here?
> * Nearly every Sugar-related package has been updated! Thanks to all the
> maintainers for making this possible... :)
> * You can now enjoy builds of Read and EToys - cool, heh?
> * The image has been slimmed down again, we had a lot of redundant KDE
> stuff in there. For now just 270 MB!
> * Anaconda has been included - you might want to check Kushal's
> instructions for installing SoaS here: 
> * As already mentioned, from now on, all images will contain the SoaS
> version number to avoid confusion.
> Please be aware of the fact that this is still based on pre-beta
> software - namely Fedora 11 - which has an upcoming beta freeze
> scheduled for March 10.
> Finally, if you've another activity, package or feature to suggest,
> please do so immediately here !
> Thanks again and happy testing!
> --Your SoaS Team
>  http://sugarlabs.org/go/Smoke_test
>  http://sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick/Roadmap
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