12.1.0 on XO-1 customization stick
quozl at laptop.org
Thu Nov 15 20:02:39 EST 2012
Thanks. Your understanding is adequate, but possibly incomplete.
Any deployment can unlock their laptops, add a deployment key, and
then relock them. This deployment key can then be used in the
preparation of signed builds. The capability is publically available,
and I'm aware of more than one deployment using it.
On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 07:16:04PM -0500, Tony Anderson wrote:
> As I understand it, if you make your own build, it cannot be
> installed on a 'locked' laptop unless you have local signing
> capability. It is also my understanding that this capability is only
> available to one deployment.
> On 11/15/2012 05:54 PM, James Cameron wrote:
> >On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 12:34:32PM -0500, Tony Anderson wrote:
> >>One alternative is to write a simple script to do this using
> >>I put the activities to be installed on the stick.
> >>An example,
> >>#run as olpc
> >>cd /run/media/olpc/xxx #so relative paths work
> >>#remove unwanted activity
> >>rm -rf /home/olpc/Activities/someactivity.activity
> >>#rm activity even if not installed just to ensure clean install
> >>rm -rf /home/olpc/Activities/newactivity.activity
> >>#install new activity
> >>sugar-install-bundle newactivity-1.xo
> >>sudo poweroff #ensures xo will be restarted to register activities
> >>This also avoids the 'signing' issues in building a custom image.
> >Could you be more specific about these issues?
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