Re: XO-3 super-o-fficial

2009-12-27 Thread NoiseEHC
Actually, I would argue that an operating system that doesn't natively host its development tools is not appropriate for OLPC's target audience. Self hosting is not an absolute requirement. You just have traded an existing, usable developer environment (like Eclipse) for the possibility of

Re: Marvell 88W8388 USB Development Dongles

2009-12-27 Thread John Watlington
We don't sell them, but I can send you a couple. Please send a mailing address. Cheers, wad On Dec 26, 2009, at 11:29 AM, vbx dev wrote: OLPC XO-1 uses the Marvell 88W8388 USB wireless adapter. I want to contribute to the development of the libertas/libertas-tf driver for this wireless

Re: Android, OLPC, and native hosting

2009-12-27 Thread John Gilmore
I would argue that an operating system that doesn't natively host its development tools is not appropriate for OLPC's target audience. Does the XO-1 host its own development tools? I don't think anyone has ever rebuilt the system from source code on an XO-1. I don't even know

Re: Android, OLPC, and native hosting

2009-12-27 Thread Michael Stone
Does the XO-1 host its own development tools? For all practical purposes, it does not. First, as you have noted, it takes quite a bit of bandwidth to install the toolchain and development headers. (And you have to know what they're called.) Second, to get anything done with C, you really

Re: [Sugar-devel] Ticket 8104

2009-12-27 Thread James Cameron
On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 11:37:10AM -0200, Cecilia Abalde wrote: I download the patch, then run rpm-ivh Name patch but there is a problem with the files: file / etc / NetworkManager / dispatcher.d / mpp.py from install of NetworkManager-0.6.5-0.14.svn3246.olpc3.i386 conflicts with file from

Re: Android, OLPC, and native hosting

2009-12-27 Thread NoiseEHC
Does Android not host its development tools because it doesn't run the X Window System? Since X already runs on most of the hardware that Android does, that wouldn't be too hard to remedy -- and would benefit the whole Android community. Actually, no. The .class - .dex compiler consumes

Re: [Testing] Some testing notes for OS10 for the XO-1

2009-12-27 Thread Bill Coderre
On Dec 11, 2009, at 10:55 AM, Steven M. Parrish wrote:If you are going to try out OS10 for the XO-1 here are a few things that need testing.I have a G1G1 XO-1. I upgraded my firmware to q2e41, then used the nand-flash method to install OS10. (Earlier attempts were not so fruitful, but I eventually

Re: [Sugar-devel] Ticket 8104

2009-12-27 Thread James Cameron
Sorry, that's rpm -U not rpm -u. -- James Cameron http://quozl.linux.org.au/ ___ Devel mailing list Devel@lists.laptop.org http://lists.laptop.org/listinfo/devel

Re: Android, OLPC, and native hosting

2009-12-27 Thread John Watlington
On Dec 27, 2009, at 5:52 PM, NoiseEHC wrote: Does Android not host its development tools because it doesn't run the X Window System? Since X already runs on most of the hardware that Android does, that wouldn't be too hard to remedy -- and would benefit the whole Android community.