[etoys-dev] etoys-dev Digest, Vol 87, Issue 1
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Mon Nov 18 16:08:47 EST 2013
That looks like a viable hack. :) It is my understanding that RPi can boot
into a special, slimmed-down VM version just for Scratch. Is that not the
case? For instance, when in Scratch, I cannot simply exit Scratch and go
back to the desktop - quitting scratch issues a shutdown. Can I do the same
for eToys? Part of it is that I do not fully understand how "boot to
Scratch" works, so I would like to learn that if I can.
On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 3:02 PM, Pato Acevedo <patitoacevedo at hotmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Charles:
> > First, let me say how I impressed with the various developement teams
> > involved (RPi, Squeak, eToys, Scratch). You all are doing amazing work!
> > I have been googling and am attempting to learn how to boot the Raspberry
> > Pi directly into eToys just like the option for booting directly into
> > Scratch. Surely there is a relatively easy way to do this, but since
> > is not yet deployed on the stock Raspbian image, it does not yet look
> > it has the official support on the RPi install team. I am very thankful
> > that installing eToys is as easy as "apt-get install etoys" - that is so
> > totally awesome! Now, how to boot directly into eToys?
> May be this link help:
> > As an aside, any idea why eToys is filed under "non-free" extensions for
> > RPi?
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