[Sugar-devel] [Olpc-france] Demande d'information technique sur Sugar
tomeu at sugarlabs.org
Fri Oct 9 07:49:04 EDT 2009
On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 12:34, <s.boutayeb at free.fr> wrote:
> Selon Elena of Valhalla <elena.valhalla at gmail.com>:
>> 2009/10/9 Sean DALY <sdaly.be at gmail.com>:
>> > Here's a question from France: can Sugar run over an ARM processor?
>> > Mathieu says Debian might do so.
>> > Any information appreciated.
>> I'm working on OpenEmbedded recipes to be able to build sugar for
>> various devices, including many ARM based ones, but it's taking quite
>> some time; I can't say when it will be working seamlessy.
>> Currently the best way to have sugar running will probably be using
>> debian, and of course there will be issues with binaries in the
> Sugar does runs on other architecturs too: as on the Yeeloong and the Gdium
> laptops, both using an mips processor. Here, a Yeeloong launchs Sugar, however,
> du to dependencies issues, it's not yet usable. We are using the binaries
> provided by the official repositories. On could use the jhbuild method too.
> On the Gdium, shipped with Mandriva, we are trying to achieve the same result,
> but the jhbuild process fails early.
Can we help with this?
> As for the arm target, it appears to be a promissing platform, as a few arm
> notebooks/netbooks are announced in the next monts or are already available.
> Consequently, trying to port Sugar on those platforms will certainly be worth
> the effort.
>> Elena ``of Valhalla''
>> email: elena.valhalla at gmail.com
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