OLPC upgrade from build 656 to latest stable build 767

Walter Bender walter.bender at gmail.com
Tue Apr 28 08:06:31 EDT 2009


You should not have needed a developer key to update to 767, since it
is a signed release image from OLPC. (You will need a key for
exploring the experimental builds, such as the recent SoaS images from
Sugar Labs.)

Regarding the update to TamTamEdit, this is not an uncommon problem
with the activity update process. You can install it by hand as a
workaround.

-walter

On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 1:07 AM, raju <raju.krishnan at verizon.net> wrote:
> All
>
> This is my first posting on this development list!
>
> I've recently got XO and upgraded from 656 (*Stream ship.2 Variant
> devel_jffs2) to 767 after disabling the firmware security with developer
> key etc as per the  wiki page.
>
> After the upgrade t0 767, in the software upgrade check list page, my XO
> was stuck in checking the  'TamTam Edit' software upgrade and did not
> come out of that check!.
>
> Every I re-start the upgrade, it does not finish the TamTamEdit upgrade.
> I had to cancel and do the upgrade manually by de-selecting this module.
>
> Is it normal for upgrade from 656 to 767.
>
> thanks
> Raju
>
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