[Sugar-devel] New images for netbooks - Scratch-25.xo and gcompris-18.xo issues
quozl at laptop.org
Wed Jul 18 17:37:01 EDT 2018
For Scratch, instead of comment, please delete the line and try again.
In my test, the comment stops processing of all options after that
line, such as -swapBtn.
For GCompris, the bundle contains binary programs that will not run on
Ubuntu 17.10 because of other changes. I was able to "sudo apt
install gcompris" and then run gcompris from terminal without using
the activity. So edit gcompris-activity to use command with very few
Both problems will require an iterative approach to solve. I have not
yet solved the problems fully.
On Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 01:24:48PM -0400, Raul Benitez wrote:
> I need to ask you urgently, since I have time until this Friday to resolve the
> I explain, we are in the process of creating new images for the 4,445 netbooks
> that will be delivered in public schools.
> The configuration is as follows:
> * Netbooks Houston Computer, 4GB DDR3L RAM, 32GB EMMc disk, Intel® Celeron
> N3060 processor.
> * Sugar 0.110 on Ubuntu 17.10 Artful x86_64 GNU / Linux
> We will include 31 Sugar activities, of which 11 are with errors and can not
> Scratch-25.xo (http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Scratch) and gcompris-18.xo (
> https://activities.sugarlabs.org/es-ES/sugar/addon/4313) are two activities
> important ones that have error. I describe below:
> * Scratch-25.x only starts from the Home list view if you comment on line 34
> "-vm-display-x11" of the "scratch-activity" script. In this way, it starts
> correctly but when it exits it hangs up, I attach the error of the log
> What to do to close correctly? Is it okay to comment on that line of code?
> exec squeak \
> # -vm-display-x11 \
> -swapbtn \
> -encoding UTF-8 -vm-sound-ALSA \
> -sugarBundleId $ bundle_id \
> -sugarActivityId $ activity_id \
> ScratchXO.image $ resume
> * GCompris-18.xo has a similar problem, it only starts from the Home list view
> if in the last line 40 "exec $EXEC $args "$@"" from the script
> "gcompris-activity" the arguments "$args "$@"" are deleted. In this way, it
> starts correctly but when it exits it hangs up, I attach the error of the log
> What to do to close correctly? Is any argument causing the error?
> echo $ args $ @
> #exec $ EXEC $ args "$ @"
> exec $ EXEC
> Best regards,
> Raul Benitez
>  https://github.com/sugarlabs/sugar/blob/master/docs/ubuntu.md
>  http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Scratch
>  https://activities.sugarlabs.org/es-ES/sugar/addon/4313
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