[IAEP] 13.1 ? and 12 ? Re: Sugar Digest 2012-11-30
yamaplos at gmail.com
Fri Nov 30 13:50:48 EST 2012
sorry, certified ignoramus here, I got it (I hope...). The "spins" are
the updated build, as developers upload their bestest and latest.
So, if I test, I should test spin os15 (or later, as things move along)
AND those numbers have nothing to do with OLPC OS releases.
On 11/30/2012 12:47 PM, Yama Ploskonka wrote:
> Thank you again!
> maybe I got this wrong. what happens is that I do not understand the
> nature of the
> os## folder names, and, bottom line, how can I help most to get the
> repositories right this time for the msp430 toolchain.
> I can test with XO-1 with dev key.
> If I get right the meaning of "spin", the "os##" moniker would be the
> corresponding Fedora release?
> I get that from http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Fedora_on_XO
> so, the link you indicate,
> would be based on Fedora 15?
> On 11/30/2012 12:14 PM, Walter Bender wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 1:07 PM, Yama Ploskonka <yamaplos at gmail.com>
>>> 1) Are there Release 13 files for testing on XO-1 I can try?
>> I apologize if I was not clear. The 13.1 series is still under
>> development. It is not a stable release and will only load on machines
>> that have developer keys.
>> There are builds for XO 1, e.g.,
>>> As is of record, I am most concerned on how the msp430 toolkit will
>>> Significant issues with os 12 repositories...
>>> 2) What is the role of these 31012 builds? are they meant as an
>>> update? are they undergoing further testing? In short, should I
>>> point people
>>> to those instead of to the 21021?
>>> the link Walter offers (thanks!)
>>> has only XO-4 files...
>>> http://wiki.laptop.org/go/13.1.0#XO-1 would seem to indicate there
>>> are some
>>> XO-1 files somewhere
>> Not every spin is built for every machine, but there should be builds
>> for XO-1 for most spins.
>>> Also, if I look for 12.1 files, here:
>>> they are named 31012
>>> points to 21021 ones
>>> BTW, the os14 directories /do/ have X0-1 files, but I guess that's
>>> timetravel :-)
>>> thank you!
>>> On 11/30/2012 10:00 AM, Walter Bender wrote:
>>>> 1. Simon Schampijer announced the release of Sugar 0.98. This is a
>>>> major milestone for Sugar Labs as it is the first release that takes
>>>> touch seriously. It also incorportates many improvements to the GTK3
>>>> port. The Sugar Developer Team deserves a resounding celebatory cheer
>>>> of thanks for a their effort. Read the release notes here . (Note
>>>> that OLPC has been incorporating Sugar 0.98 in their 13.1 series of
>>>> builds, available for download here  to run on XO hardware.)
>>>>  http://build.laptop.org/13.1.0/
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>> Walter Bender
>> Sugar Labs
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