[Sugar-devel] new SoaSv5 test image - Last change to test and fixissues

Art Hunkins abhunkin at uncg.edu
Sun Jun 12 18:01:08 EDT 2011


I'm trying to test but have problems. I test with LiveUSB Creator, to create a SoaS USB drive.

I note the iso is only 100+MB, so Linux must not be included?

At any rate, at the SYSLINUX 4.04 screen, I get:

No default or UI configuration directive found

What do I type here? Linux0 doesn't work.

Is there any way I can test with LiveUSB Creator? (All the Fedora 15 nightly composes were testable this way.)

Art Hunkins
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Peter Robinson 
  To: sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org ; Development of live Sugar distributions 
  Sent: Sunday, June 12, 2011 3:49 PM
  Subject: [Sugar-devel] new SoaSv5 test image - Last change to test and fixissues

  Hi All,

  I was hoping to have this out over a week ago but I had a slight diversion via hospital which delayed proceedings.

  So below are links to a new pair (32 and 64 bit) of images for your testing pleasure. 


  The network issue is still there, its partially working from the work that I did with some assistance from John Dulaney. I've included another utility to enable initial configuration of a wireless access point and from there it will auto connect and should mostly work. There's issues with the main network view and in the control panel but it seems no one else cares enough to assist me in getting it fixed. To configure an AP run the command "nm-connection-editor" from a terminal as the standard user (not root).

  I don't believe there are any other major blockers for this release. If you believe there to be any issues speak up now and provide fixes for it.

  NOTE: This is the last chance to test and get things fixed. Please provide concise details to any issues in reply to this mail.



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