[Server-devel] XS on Ubuntu - what is the status?
martin.langhoff at gmail.com
Sun Feb 12 05:08:03 EST 2012
with the cleanup and reorganization work that's being done for xs-0.7, it
is now a lot more reasonable to say that the XS software and configuration
could be ported/packaged to Debian/Ubuntu.
There is of course work to do on that track -- some of the most trivial
packages may just install using alien, but there are packages that you'll
definitely want packaged natively, accounting for the specifics of the
Debian world. And parts of xs-config will need to have an alternative
It's not a huge amount of work.
If you look up in our archive, I haven't been very positive in the past
about a debian or ubuntu version, beause before this reorganization it
would have meant a significant fork and a distraction.
So maybe now's the time for it :-) -- OLPC won't work on it directly, but
we can sure help debianistas/ubunteros...
On Feb 9, 2012 11:47 AM, "FWiOO Adam Jurkiewicz" <adam.jurkiewicz at fwioo.pl>
> My dears,
> I'm volunteer of Foundation of Free and Open Source Software and I'm
> working on Ubuntu Remix for Schools in Poland.There will be a new
> project called "Digital school" here, which will start in next few
> months. The founder is Minister of Education.
> I want to build XS-server based on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, because I don't
> know Fedora so good as Ubuntu. Also, the Ubuntu is much more
> recognizable in Poland.
> I found on web discussion:
> But I cannot find any farther informations. Could anyone explain me, is
> it possible to run XS on Ubuntu?
> Best regards,
> Adam Jurkiewicz
> Wolontariusz Fundacji Wolnego i Otwartego Oprogramowania
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