[Sugar-devel] community influence on development
walter.bender at gmail.com
Wed Jul 29 09:14:50 EDT 2009
2009/7/29 Philippe Clérié <philippe at gcal.net>:
> Just tried the OpenSUSE version as suggested. Unfortunately, it does
> not have a driver for the Ethernet chip in the mini 110. Wireless is
> a known issue.
> Other than that, I like it. It has the most activities and even
> includes the TamTam activities. If I can solve the networking
> problems that's the version I would adopt.
For what it is worth, it is easy enough to add activities to the
Fedora SoaS; presumably you'll be doing a local replication of your
> The trouble with common sense is that it is so uncommon.
> On Tuesday 28 July 2009 18:06:34 Walter Bender wrote:
>> 2009/7/28 Philippe Clérié <philippe at gcal.net>:
>> > On Tuesday 28 July 2009 04:48:25 Tomeu Vizoso wrote:
>> > Perhaps the highest priority should be a Live CD/USB that is
>> > easily and reliably installable on the hard disk of a machine.
>> > I've now tried strawberry and Sugar on Fedora and neither is
>> > satisfactory; Sugar on Ubuntu does not work. The only thing
>> > that works is Sugar on a stick and that may not be a good
>> > solution. In fact, I think I'm on the verge of commiting a sin:
>> > take the path of least resistance and go with XP versions of
>> > the Mini 110.
>> The openSuse version of Sugar on a Stick
>> (http://en.opensuse.org/Sugar) is a bit farther along in terms of
>> some of your desired features. You might want to check it out
>> before you commit a cardinal sin.
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