[Sugar-devel] [SoaS-2] Another Snapshot!
sebastian at when.com
Sat Mar 14 09:59:14 EDT 2009
Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> On 14.03.2009, at 00:07, Gary C Martin wrote:
>> On 13 Mar 2009, at 20:10, Caroline Meeks wrote:
>>> I am getting a grey screen on the two computers I've tried it on.
>> FWIW: It's booting fine here on a Mac using Sun's VirtualBox, haven't
>> done much more than boot it and run a few Activities yet.
> Hangs for me in VMWare Fusion right after loading initrd, does not
> continue to boot nor start X. Previous image worked fine.
> - Bert -
thanks for giving this a try so quickly! Well, I just burnt it on a CD
and gave it a try. It worked quite well here, so I got a graphical
screen and was able to use most of the activities.
I'm not sure what might be the reason for the issues you're
encountering, but I tend to see Rawhide again as the cause.
I also get a gray screen for some seconds after the Fedora progress bar
disappeared, but then the mouse cursor appears. Hmm...
>>> On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 2:17 PM, Sebastian Dziallas <sebastian at when.com
>>> Hi folks,
>>> there's another new - though, completely untested - snapshot of soas-2
>>> ready and waiting for you here:
>>> A log file from the build process has been posted, too:
>>> So what is new?
>>> * most activities have been updated to their latest version
>>> * sugar-update-control is now included - thanks to SMParrish
>>> * etoys, speak and read activity should now really be on it ;)
>>> * keyboard layout changes should be possible via system-config-
>>> * the soas version information has been incorporated correctly
>>> Concerning the last point: When booting the image, you should see a
>>> screen with the Fedora wallpaper for one second - press escape here
>>> you should get to the boot menu, where you'll see the image's name.
>>> By the way, Fedora 11 (on which SoaS-2 is based) has entered beta
>>> freeze: So quite some packages won't be changing for now, but with the
>>> upcoming snapshots - as Rawhide progresses - it should stabilize more.
>>> Well, that's it so far. As always, please report any issues you
>>> encounter. Thanks and happy testing!
>>> --Your SoaS Team
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