11.3.0 build 7 released, for XO-1.75, XO-1.5 and XO-1

Kevin Gordon kgordon420 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 10:18:48 EDT 2011

On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 8:31 AM, Peter Robinson <pbrobinson at gmail.com>wrote:

> The "Come as you are? Oh Nevermind" release.
> We're into Activity freeze so no major changes.
> Download from:
> http://build.laptop.org/11.3.0/os7/
> Bugz fixed:
> Tap-to-click on AVC touchpads disabled


Should I assume from the fix list that the tap-to-click which is running on
all 150 of our XO 1.5's using stable build 11-2 is an unintended
manufacturing/assembiy 'feature' of the newer trackpad production; i.e., a
bug, and not a desired feature?

Some of our users were now liking the similarity to their other devices, and
yes of course others hated it.  The general hope among this group was that
it would become a user selectable behaviour setting through a
keyobard/trackpad applet in My Settings.   Alas, should I be informing the
deployed users not to get used to it, because it will be gone again in the
final 11-3? Or, does the AVC adjective limit this fix to a specific
architecture build?



> XO-1.75 RenderAccel disabled for increased graphics stability
> #11275 NORM 11.3.0: Add Browse 127 to the build
> #11078 NORM 11.3.0: minicom, lockdev and screen don't work after
> reboot due to rwtab tmpfs mounts
> #11097 Bump firefox and xulrunner to .20 versions (or the latest
> security update) (3.6.22)
> #11275 Add Browse 127 to the build
> #11214: migrate /boot/olpc.fth out of bootfw and into olpc-os-builder
> Changes and notes from os6:
> kernel:
> - AVC hack to disable tap to click
> Activity changes:
> -Browse-126
> +Browse-127
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