[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] Arch Linux XO image and Sugar packages
dwnarvaez at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 20:50:28 EDT 2013
sorry for the delay.
I haven't tried your packages yet because being a developer I prefer to
work from git master... though it's great to have stable packages for Arch
of course! Now that 0.100 is out you should be able to get rid of the
python2 sed stuff simplifying the PKGBUILDs a bit.
On 14 October 2013 12:37, Christophe Guéret
<christophe.gueret at dans.knaw.nl>wrote:
> Nice! I'm maintaining a couple of packages in AUR using the version of the
> packages shipped in the latest stable release (currently the 13.2.0).
> Please, let me know if these package do not work for you and if they need
> to be fixed ;-)
> On 6 October 2013 01:59, Daniel Narvaez <dwnarvaez at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I recently switched to Arch Linux and I put together a couple of things
>> that others might find useful.
>> * A trivial script to build minimal images for the XO. It builds a
>> kernel from the OLPC git repository and put it together with prebuilt
>> packages from the Arch Linux ARM project. It's enough to setup a wifi
>> connection and install more stuff with pacman. It's XO 1.75 specific at the
>> moment, but it should be easy to make it work on other versions.
>> I will post a prebuilt image later.
>> * AUR -git packages for the Sugar core and the browse activity. They
>> makes it pretty easy to install the very latest sugar. (I tested them on my
>> laptop, not on the XO yet).
>> All of these are very much a work in progress. I'm posting them mostly
>> because they might be of interest for Arch Linux users. Patches and bug
>> reports both appreciated!
>> Daniel Narvaez
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