[ArcheOS] alternativa a synaptic

Nicola Schavottiello nic@imagoculturae.com
Gio 28 Feb 2013 12:52:18 CET


Sorry I did not get it fully...are you saying that with vanilla debian 
installed would be possible to transform it into Archeos?

what about this:
http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/33268/running-debian-i386-binary-on-debian-armel-via-qemu
is it going to be too slow?

Or this?
http://www.libcpu.org/wiki/Main_Page

Or I guess we just have to wait until Raspberry Pi mounts a i386 chip(if 
ever) also I think that with an extra graphic chip this board would 
benefit much more.

Thanks again
Nic




On 28/02/2013 08:26, Fabrizio Furnari wrote:
>
> The problem is simple: Raspberry PI has an arm architecture, while in 
> archeos repositories we only have i386 packages.
> You can install a vanilla debian on it because debian provides a lot 
> of architectures, including arm.
> I think that port archeos on arm could be an idea (or, at least a 
> subset of packages, a sort of "minimal" archeos for selected purposes 
> only) but for sure this involves a very big effort for us so I don't 
> see it in the nearest future...
>
> Ciao,
>
> On Feb 28, 2013 8:05 AM, "luca.bezzi" <luca.bezzi@arc-team.com 
> <mailto:luca.bezzi@arc-team.com>> wrote:
>
>     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.
>     From: "Archeos-dev"
>     archeos-dev-bounces+luca.bezzi=arc-team.com@lists.linux.it
>     <mailto:arc-team.com@lists.linux.it>
>     To: "ArcheOs" archeos@lists.linux.it <mailto:archeos@lists.linux.it>
>     Cc: "archeos-dev" archeos-dev@lists.linux.it
>     <mailto: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" <http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads> 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 <http://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 <mailto:nic@imagoculturae.com>> wrote:
>>     >
>>
>>         >
>>         >  I typed:
>>
>>         > *gpg --keyserver pgpkeys.mit.edu <http://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
>>         <http://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
>>>             <http://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 <mailto:nic@imagoculturae.com>> wrote:
>>>         >
>>>
>>>             > Salve a tutti
>>>             > Ho letto il tutorial per trasformare una distribuzione
>>>             Debian in ArcheOS
>>>             <http://vai.uibk.ac.at/dadp/doku.php?id=archeos_debian2archeos_it>
>>>             > 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 forconverting a Debian distribution
>>>             into ArcheOS
>>>             <http://vai.uibk.ac.at/dadp/doku.php?id=archeos_v4convert_howto_en>
>>>             > 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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>>>             >
>>>             > 
>>>
>>>
>>>         >
>>>         **
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