[Sugar-devel] Tuxmath on 0.96+ mystery

Gonzalo Odiard gonzalo at laptop.org
Wed Mar 27 20:10:41 EDT 2013

On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 7:55 PM, <forster at ozonline.com.au> wrote:

> Gonzalo
> Thanks, Tuxmath on 0.96+ is a problem for the East Timor deployment. I
> want to be clear what you are recommending, before I pass the info on to
> them.
> Install your Tuxmath version and sudo yum install tuxmath
> Is that right?


> Or is the "tuxmath packaged in fedora" already part of Sugar 0.96?
> How do you install multiple laptops off line?

You can use the plugin yum-dowmnloadonly [1]
to download the rpm file and later do:

And later install in the different system copying the .rpm files
and doing "yum install *"

A final note:the activity I pointed is only a file starting the binary
installed by yum in the system. Is useful if you have different
because the old activity is compiled for 32bits. Another good point
is you can use tuxmath in Gnome too. I am not the activity maintainer,
was just a quick solution for this case.


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