[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] Sugar Creation Kit pages on the wiki are strange
Thomas C Gilliard
satellit at bendbroadband.com
Thu Jan 19 19:32:58 EST 2012
On 01/19/2012 04:19 PM, Eduardo H. Silva wrote:
> 2012/1/20 Thomas C Gilliard<satellit at bendbroadband.com>:
>> On 01/19/2012 04:01 PM, Eduardo H. Silva wrote:
>> James, but the thing is, everything needs rewriting, not just some
>> words or phrases.
>> Thomas, what you just explained isn't what is in the wiki.
>> Also, in another page linked from the main Sugar Creation Kit page:
>> "To clear Sugar of these keys and the name and color entries, enter
>> the command rm ~ rf /.sugar"
>> This of course deletes the journal as well.
>> It also says on the next line:
>> To reset only the ssh keys, in order to keep the Journal and installed .xo
>> Activities, use rm ~/.sugar/default/owner.key* in the Sugar Terminal, and
>> then shutdown sugar su shutdown -h now. This leaves the Journal entries and
>> removes only the previous Learner's identity key files.
> Then why include the first instruction? It deletes the Journal.
It also prepares sugar (Soas) to a virgin state ready for the next user:
*To clear Sugar of these keys and the name and color entries*, enter the
command "(|rm ~ rf /.sugar|)" in the Terminal activity. Then shutdown
sugar "(|su shutdown -h now| )" . This will clear all Learner
information and let you start with a fresh install. Skipping this will
result in collisions in the Neighborhood view of the Jabber network.
Verify the presence of the *.sugar* directory by entering"(|ls -a| )"in
If this is too advanced, for the tutorial, It can be removed.
The network collisions problem is real. some people use dd to copy a usb
and will have many problems if multiple identical copies are used.
>> I have changed the colored bar instructions on all web pages and added a
>> Summary section from the previous e-mail to the tutorial drag-drop.
>> Tom Gilliard
>> I appreciate all feedback so that the wiki works better. Thanks
>> 2012/1/19 Thomas C Gilliard<satellit at bendbroadband.com>:
>> On 01/19/2012 02:25 PM, Eduardo H. Silva wrote:
>> Take one example:
>> "Exporting/Importing files from the sugar-journal with Drag-Drop with
>> a 2nd USB-stick".
>> And it even doesn't show how to do that.
>> I do not understand why you think this.
>> A brief synopsis of the process:
>> 1)You need a 2nd USB-stick inserted in a USB slot before you begin.
>> 2)Click on the journal icon under the XO Avitar in f3 (Home) screen.
>> 3)move the mouse cursor to the center of the screen.
>> 4)In the left bottom of the sugar screen will be 2 USB icons
>> - Journal
>> - 2nd USB
>> 5)click on the file in the journal listing that pops up when you click on
>> the icon in the left bottom corner; and hold down the mouse as you drag the
>> entry to the 2nd USB Icon next to it on the bottom left corner.
>> 6) release the mouse button when you are over the 2nd USB Icon and a + will
>> This is a "Drag-Drop" export to the 2nd USB-stick
>> Import to Sugar Journal is done just the opposite way:
>> 1) click on a picture or .xo file on the 2nd USB that pops up when you click
>> on the icon in the left bottom corner.
>> 2) drag it with the mouse to the journal icon in the bottom left corner. A +
>> will appear as it is added to the journal.
>> When you go to (f3) Home Screen and click on the journal the new item will
>> be in the journal.
>> Plus if it was an activity.xo file It will be installed.
>> (The drag-drop process in sugar does a hidden conversion of the journal
>> files to ones that will work on a USB. It seems to be the only way to do an
>> import/export in Sugar.)
>> Tom Gilliard
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