[etoys-dev] What prevent latest Etoys working with latest Sugar release ?

Bert Freudenberg bert at freudenbergs.de
Tue Oct 27 11:34:50 EDT 2009

On 27.10.2009, at 11:08, karl ramberg wrote:

> On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 3:59 PM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de 
> > wrote:
> On 27.10.2009, at 03:50, Hilaire Fernandes wrote:
> I am hesitating a lot in spending a couple of hours to install on
> several XO laptops something that may be not reliable (hacker level),
> and which my students will reject instantaneously (non hacker level,
> zero level of tolerance toward non reliable system), and which prevent
> any potential pedagogical actions (not even there as there are many
> boring technical pb to fix or overcome technical limitation, bad, bad
> )
> Hesitating is healthy. You need to judge whether the benefits  
> (improvements in a newer version) outweigh the risks (possibility of  
> breakage). I'm pretty sure it will work fine, but ultimately we  
> release this under a license that says
> Is the update path you suggested reliable?
> 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  
> would 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.
> But you would have to upgrade Etoys yourself, same procedure as ever:
>        http://etoys.laptop.org/
> This page is quite invisible.

Rightly so.

> And maybe a couple of more sentences about using Terminal and  
> logging in as root etc. could be added here.

If someone does not know about Terminal and becoming root, they should  
consult someone who does.

- Bert -

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