tony_anderson at usa.net
Tue Jun 2 11:43:39 EDT 2015
I tried to install TuxMath with:
sudo yum --downloadonly --downloaddir=/home/olpc/Documents install tuxmath
This failed on an xo-1.75: (13.2.0) with the message Error: Cannot
retrieve metalink for repository: fedora/18/armhfp
It also failed on an xo-1 (12.1.0): with the message Error: Cannot
retieve metalink for repository: fedora
However, an xo-1.5 (13.2.1) downloaded three files:
I installed with
rpm -ivh *.rpm with no reported problems
However, when I executed tuxmath:
it started. However, after a short while, I got a Segmentation fault.
I thought that Nathan installed these rpms and then ran the Tuxmath
activity instead of running from the command line. I downloaded and
It failed to start because activity.info is not correct. I changed it to:
exec = sugar-activity activity.TuxMathStart
After rebooting, I launched TuxMath successfully. However, when I
clicked on 'play', nothing happened.
The log showed an exception in activity.py at line 185: f =
open(script_path,'w') where script_path is None. The script_path
variable is set at line 192 in
the button_play_clicked_cb , as os.getenv("TUXMATH_SCRIPT"). The script
that was to be executed calls a binary module in TuxMath.activity/bin.
Hopefully, these modules were recompiled for ARM.
I don't know how any of this relates to installing missing dependencies;
however, it is clear that tuxmath in ASLO is a no-go.
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