[ArcheOS] alternativa a synaptic

luca.bezzi luca.bezzi@arc-team.com
Gio 28 Feb 2013 08:05:08 CET


Hi Nicola,
I am not sure of what I am writing (if you have time, please verify), but the problem could be related with the Raspberry Pi. Me and Ale Installed Debian on two Raspberry Pi for Augmented Reality purposes, than we found out the the Raspberry Pi cannot hold normal OpenGL libraries, so it was not possible to insatll mesa and related stuff on the hardware. It could be also your problem, being OpenGL in ArcheOS, this could be the reason of the problems during the installation (there are specific blog about this problem because it seems that a lot of people are angry for this). BTW, as I said, I am not sure that your problem is really related with this.
Ciao. 

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To: "ArcheOs" archeos@lists.linux.it
Cc: "archeos-dev" archeos-dev@lists.linux.it
Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2013 22:47:02 +0000
Subject: Re: [ArcheOS] alternativa a synaptic


> 

  
    
  
  
    > Well...I think at this point I have to
      gave up...> 
      I have succeded with the last comands(althoug it need a double --
      also after the add)> 
      > 
      However my original intention was to transform the Rasberry Pi Raspbian "wheezy"
      version of Debian into ArcheOS.> 
      Unfortunately when I run apt-get update I
      get this:> 
      W:Failed to fetch
        http://repos.archeos.eu/apt/dists/caesar/Release Unable to find
        expected entry 'main/binary-armhf/Packages? in Release file
        (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file)> 
      > 
      And then when if I run sudo apt-get install archeos-system obviously
      I get this:> 
      E:Unable to locate package archeos-system> 
      > 
      I believe that there are no solutions at the moment for this...am
      I wrong?> 
      > 
      Many many thanks for the help> 
      Nicola> 
      > 
      p.s. I have also tried to install ArcheOS directly on a very fast
      SD card via another computer and I have succeded, however it did
      not start up when inserted into RaspberryPI(I guess it will start
      on a desktop but my bios does not give me the possibility to start
      from SD) This is however another topic which I am quite interested
      but not at as much as trying the possibility of ArcheOS on
      Raspberry Pi> 
      > 
      > 
      > 
      > 
      > 
      On 27/02/2013 21:22, Fabrizio Furnari wrote:> 
    
    
      > Hi, you need two dashes also before --recv-key
        > Usually is better not to write and paste these
          commands because some mail client or web page could translate
          some types.
        > However, I confirm that the commands are:
        > 
        gpg --keyserver pgpkeys.mit.edu --recv-key
        66766C01> 
        gpg -a --export 66766C01 | sudo apt-key add -
        > 
        
        > 
        
        > Let me know...
      
      > 
        > 
        > 
        > On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 8:57 PM, Nicola
          Schavottiello <nic@imagoculturae.com>
          wrote:> 
          
            > 
              > I typed:
                > 
                  gpg

                    –keyserver pgpkeys.mit.edu
                    –recv-key 66766C01> 
                
                and I have discovered that I need two -- before
                keyserver otherwise will give me an error saying:> 
                gpg: conflicting commands> 
                > 
                but now when I type:gpg

                  --keyserver pgpkeys.mit.edu
                  –recv-key 66766C01> 
                It says:> 
                gpg: keyring '/home/pi.gnupg/secring.gpg' created> 
                gpg: keyring '/home/pi.gnupg/pubring.gpg' created> 
                gpg: can't open '66766C01'> 
                  > 
                  Help please> 
                  Thanks> 
                  > 
                  > 
                
                > 
                  > 
                    On 27/02/2013 12:09, Fabrizio Furnari wrote:> 
                  
                
              
              > 
                > 
                  
                    > Hi, you can edit your /etc/apt/sources.list
                      file (as root or using sudo) and add the following
                      line:
                      > 
                      
                      > deb http://repos.archeos.eu/apt/
                        caesar main contrib non-free
                      > 
                      
                      > Then run
                      
                        
                          > gpg

                              –keyserver pgpkeys.mit.edu
                              –recv-key 66766C01
                        
                        
                          > gpg

                              -a –export 66766C01 | sudo apt-key add –
                        
                      
                      > 
                      
                      > then use apt-get update (as root or
                        with sudo) to refresh the packages list and
                        install the metapackage with sudo apt-get
                          install archeos-system
                      > 
                        
                      > Let us know if any error occurs...
                      > 
                      
                      > Ciao!
                      > 
                      
                      > 
                      
                    
                    > 
                      > 
                      > On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at
                        12:27 AM, Nicola Schavottiello <nic@imagoculturae.com>
                        wrote:> 
                        
                          >  Salve a
                            tutti> 
                            Ho letto il tutorial per trasformare una
                              distribuzione Debian in ArcheOS> 
                            purtroppo l'oopzione per aggiungere
                            repositories nel mio synaptic, per qualche
                            motivo, non funziona(ho provato di tutto ma
                            non apre la finestra dei repositories)> 
                            Volevo sapere se esiste un altro mertodo per
                            ottenere lo stesso risultato, magari dal
                            terminale...> 
                            Grazie in anticipo a presto> 
                            Nicola> 
                            > 
                            Hi everyone> 
                            I red the tutorial for converting a Debian
                              distribution into ArcheOS> 
                            unfortunately the option for adding
                            repositories into my synaptic, for some
                            reason, does not work(I have tried
                            everything but it does not open the window
                            of the repositories)> 
                            I wanted to know if there is nother method
                            in order to obtain the same result, maybe
                            from the terminal...> 
                            Many thanks in advance, soon> 
                                Nicola> 
                              
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