Working script to produce a debian chroot for usb

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Working script to produce a debian chroot for usb

Jhon Diaz
Well i did it
https://github.com/electimon/xobuild
It makes a debian squeeze system with lxde installed in
/tmp/xobuild.0/build/ just copy it to your ext3 formatted drive the
password is olpc with a user named olpc
its in alpha so please report any bugs if it doesn't work for you.
Im adding more options hopefully supporting ubuntu and opensuse later on.
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Re: Working script to produce a debian chroot for usb

Sebastian Silva-2
Squeeze? :-/ That's Debian 6, which was supported until Feb 2016.

That doesn't help much. Also you don't say what model XO this is for.

I'd be very interested in a Debian 9 builder that one could install with
the game buttons on XO1 and 1.5. There are still many of those in Peru.

Regards,

Sebastian



On 23/07/17 20:32, Jhon Diaz wrote:

> Well i did it
> https://github.com/electimon/xobuild
> It makes a debian squeeze system with lxde installed in
> /tmp/xobuild.0/build/ just copy it to your ext3 formatted drive the
> password is olpc with a user named olpc
> its in alpha so please report any bugs if it doesn't work for you.
> Im adding more options hopefully supporting ubuntu and opensuse later on.
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Re: Working script to produce a debian chroot for usb

James Cameron-2
There's a Debian 8 (Jessie) guide on the Wiki.

        http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Debian_Jessie_on_XO

Agreed, Debian 9 (Stretch) is minimal version now, so I cannot
recommend Jhon's Debian 6 (Squeeze) method as it is unsupported and
has security vulnerabilities.  It should be updated to Stretch.

An image installable with the "four game key buttons held down" method
will require either;

- signing with the deployment keys,

- injecting new deployment keys, or;

- signing for the built-in OLPC keys.

I'll be happy to sign an image of Debian 9 if it can be reproduced
simply, has our actrd.zip file in /boot, and has Sugar or MATE
desktops.

On Sun, Jul 23, 2017 at 09:27:23PM -0500, Sebastian Silva wrote:

> Squeeze? :-/ That's Debian 6, which was supported until Feb 2016.
>
> That doesn't help much. Also you don't say what model XO this is for.
>
> I'd be very interested in a Debian 9 builder that one could install with
> the game buttons on XO1 and 1.5. There are still many of those in Peru.
>
> Regards,
>
> Sebastian
>
>
>
> On 23/07/17 20:32, Jhon Diaz wrote:
> > Well i did it
> > https://github.com/electimon/xobuild
> > It makes a debian squeeze system with lxde installed in
> > /tmp/xobuild.0/build/ just copy it to your ext3 formatted drive the
> > password is olpc with a user named olpc
> > its in alpha so please report any bugs if it doesn't work for you.
> > Im adding more options hopefully supporting ubuntu and opensuse later on.
> > _______________________________________________
> > Devel mailing list
> > [hidden email]
> > http://lists.laptop.org/listinfo/devel
>
> _______________________________________________
> Devel mailing list
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