[Sugar-devel] Free Terminal?
sj at laptop.org
Mon Jan 9 06:42:45 EST 2012
Yes, that would definitely work. There can't be more than a few dozen
really common shell-based actions people want to take. It could be a 'hack
my XO' activity that introduced you to the command line through specific
things you might like to hack.
- your icon
- your name
- your background image
- your desktop layout
- your journal (bulk delete/archive)
- your activities (bulk delete)
- your username
- resetting all .sugar prefs
- your Flash installation
On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 2:26 AM, Kevin Mark <kevin.mark at verizon.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 07, 2012 at 04:30:08AM -0500, Samuel Klein wrote:
> > Understood. None of these valid concerns sound like reasons to
> obfuscate it -
> > obfuscation doesn't solve the problem Sean mentions.
> > For instance, you could have a version of terminal that let you explore
> > didn't let you write anything to disk; until you toggled a menu
> > At present a number of commonly-used XO recipes start with "find the
> > activity" or, less safe yet, tell users how to pull up the root shell.
> > S
> Can these Terminal uses be turned into an activity with a simple menu like:
> delete Sugar Journal, etc. And if you want to 'learn some commands', then
> maybe a Terminal activity in a 'sandbox' (would a chroot do that?)
> vs work on the XO file system
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