[Server-devel] The three step XSCE demo!

Anish Mangal anish at activitycentral.com
Wed Nov 20 05:01:27 EST 2013

Hi Sebastian,

You should be able to download the image from here (Thanks to Thomas
Gillard for uploading the file):

Please verify the md5sum once you have downloaded the file.

About your question on dev environment I am ccing Santi and Miguel who can
answer it best. It may depend on what part of the server you want to
contribute to, but I think you should mostly be able to get away with just
a VM image. I don't believe anyone has tried a chroot env (though I could
be wrong) but it _might_ be possible.

Also, for testing with real clients (like xo laptops) you are probably
going to need something for the LAN side (an access point). There are a few
permutations here, but I will step back and let more the technical experts
converse :-)


On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 10:54 AM, Sebastian Silva <sebastian at fuentelibre.org
> wrote:

>  Thanks that will be simpler. Actually I'm more interested in what a good
> dev environment would be in order to contribute.
> Do I need to make a fedora chroot?
> Regards,
> Sebastian
> El 19/11/13 09:51, Anish Mangal escribió:
> I tried uploading it to xsce.activitycentral.com, but I ran out of space
> in my user dir. Normally the appliance is 1.3G, but this also has 400mb of
> IIAB test dataset.
>  I'll give it another shot in another area where there is some free
> space, and get back.
> On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 7:24 PM, Sebastian Silva <
> sebastian at fuentelibre.org> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I tried this but google drive problematic to download from as it requires
>> to download from a browser. Not adequate for 1.6gb. Let me know if I can
>> pick it up from a regular download place. Why is it so big?
>> Regards,
>> Sebastian
>> El 17/11/13 20:48, Anish Mangal escribió:
>>  Download the XSCE Virtualbox appliance from here
>>> https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3eW2YPe6koIVXRVbDhSR0xXQ1U (approx 1.6
>>> GB)
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