[etoys-dev] What prevent latest Etoys working with latest Sugar
hilaire.fernandes at edu.ge.ch
Sun Nov 8 18:02:23 EST 2009
I just test this and it looks pretty bad. About 50% slower than
original Drgeo xo bundle.
I installed the VM and Etoys image your recommended. Then I installed
into this image the drgeo.cs from a PC.
Usability in the XO is close to zero. All Etoys updated that way seems
slow by the way (without any drgeo upgrade).
Damn, this ruined the activity I planed with students tomorrow.
2009/10/27 Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>:
> On 27.10.2009, at 15:57, Hilaire Fernandes wrote:
>> 2009/10/27 Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>:
>>> No. These OS updates are under development. The latest stable release by
>>> OLPC is still 8.2.1.
>>> Regarding your original subject line, there is *nothing* I know that
>>> prevent the latest Etoys to work with the latest Sugar. The latest Etoys
>>> also works with the old Sugar as already installed on the XOs.
>> Yes, that's what I need to know.
>> Just to be sure, can I just replace the .image .changes file in the XO
>> with newer ones based from Etoys4?
> This should work I think but I'd recommend to install the latest RPM. That
> way you get all the additional files too, like translations, fixed example
> projects, help guides etc:
>> Do I need to update the VM as well, or does the one in the XO still
>> fine with newer Etoys?
> Should work fine, but again I'd recommend updating to the latest RPM. There
> is a reason we release updated VMs too ;)
>>> But you would have to upgrade Etoys yourself, same procedure as ever:
>> Yes, in all case I have to do that, as I need to ship DrGeo code as well.
>> To share projects among XO laptop, I think I will have to use a wifi
>> access point and a third party laptop providing FTP or Superswiki2
>> access. It is really ridiculous mesh network is of no help to share
>> Thanks for the info. and tips.
> No problem :)
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