[Testing] [IAEP] Problems with "Best OS Image Ever"
cbigenho at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 21 12:36:50 EDT 2010
OK, I decided that if I am going to get into "trouble", I might as well do it with the more recent 180 build. I have it downloading now. Will these same instructions (see below) work? Does anyone have a link to better ones? They need to be fairly easy to understand, as the ones below are (even though they don't seem to be totally correct). I am interesting in getting a dual boot to show some teachers from the Crow and Northern Cheyanne reservations when Scott Dowdle (MSU and Bozeman LUG) and I meet with them next week at MSU (Montana State University).
Thanks folks!Caryl (aka SweetXOGrannie)
BTW... yes, the target machine works fine in 0.82.1
From: cbigenho at hotmail.com
To: support-gang at laptop.org; testing at lists.laptop.org; iaep at lists.sugarlabs.org
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2010 19:26:42 -0700
Subject: [IAEP] Problems with "Best OS Image Ever"
I would like to try the dual boot software for the XO-1 that Bernie and his team have developed in Paraguay. I've downloaded:
I am trying to follow the instructions at:
I am trying to do the following:
Boot your XO. Hold down Escape while booting. This is the key on the upper left of the keyboard.
You are now hopefully at an "OpenFirmware" prompt.
Type in "disable-security" and press Enter.
Let it do what it wants to do.
But, holding down the Escape key doesn't have any effect. It just does a regular boot. The XO is running Sugar 0.82.1. I have a developer key installed.
Any suggestions? Is it possible I need to re-install the developer key?
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