[Sugar-devel] What should be the best set in order to develop for Sugar in Ubuntu, today ?
Thomas C Gilliard
satellit at bendbroadband.com
Mon Dec 5 07:53:34 EST 2011
Here are my recommendations:
Do not use the latest Ubuntu and its derivatives:
It is not ready for sugar installation.
Use Ubuntu-11.04 or a derivitive :
Sweets Distribution is easier to use for Ubuntu' and its Derivatives
(Adding an additional Repository to synaptic) as the packages are
pre-configured, ready to use.
3-)Toast (Sugar only)
4-)Install one of the f16 desktops and add sugar via the netinstall.iso
by "customize now" and selecting sugar-desktop
5-) Install Soas (sugar only) with "liveinst" in sugar-terminal to
Hard-disk from a booted Live CD
Other Community Distributions work well also
satellit_ #sugar on IRC
6-)there are also Prebuilt VirtualBox appliances you can import:
On 12/05/2011 02:48 AM, laurent bernabe wrote:
> Sorry for the late answer, I had to reinstall my Linux partition
> I've came back to Xubuntu Oenreric Ocelot (11.10), unfortunately before an
> advice has been given to this mailing list for Fedora 16 and Gnome 3. So
> i'm not able to follow it right now.
> So, in Xubuntu, I tried to install Sweet, but it tells me that
> => sweets-evince-python and sweets-hulaop dependencies could not be resolved
> So, should I come back to a Fedora distribution or go back to a Ubuntu
> 11.04 or lower ?
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