[ArcheOS] ArcheOS 5 test during Open Techne UNESCO master

Nicola Schiavottiello nic@imagoculturae.com
Mar 15 Apr 2014 08:55:37 CEST


Great news!
 
I had few applications that I use in Windows because they where available only for 64bit in Linux, now I can do the final switch to ArcheOS!
 
So there will be two different dowloads right? 32 and 64?
 
Can't wait to do this... any rugh date for the realese date?
 
Regarding the galileo board I will give some feedback when I get one, buth I rather wait for ArcheOs 5 to come out.
 
 
Good work everyone!
 
 
 
Da: fab.furnari@gmail.com
A: "Nicola Schiavottiello" nic@imagoculturae.com
Cc: "ArcheOS ML" archeos-dev@lists.linux.it,"ArcheOS ML" archeos@lists.linux.it
Data: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 14:48:52 +0200
Oggetto: Re: ArcheOS 5 test during Open Techne UNESCO master


> Hi Nicola, I'll try to answer to your questions, if others wants to add some information, they are welcome!
> 1. This archeos release will be in 32 and 64 bit, assuming all packages are correctly converted to debian source format and correctly tested meanwhile...
> 2. As far as I can see, that board is a simple 32bit platform, so assuming that all drivers are available for the kernel shipped with Debain/ArcheOS and there is enough storage/memory to run, I can't see any problem about.
> For sure it could be very interesting to try and test it, if you want to try you could also contact Luca or Alessandro to write a post about on ATOR...


> Ciao,


> Fabrizio



> On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 2:35 PM, Nicola Schiavottiello <nic@imagoculturae.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I have 2 questions:


> 1st
> Is ArcheOS 5 still 32 bit? Will it be a 64 bit version?


> 2nd
> Do you think it will run on this board
> http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/do-it-yourself/galileo-maker-quark-board.html




> Many thanks
> Nic





> Da: "Archeos-dev" archeos-dev-bounces+nic=imagoculturae.com@lists.linux.it
> A: "Luca Bezzi" luca.bezzi@arc-team.com
> Cc: "ArcheOS ML" archeos-dev@lists.linux.it,"ArcheOS ML" archeos@lists.linux.it
> Data: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 10:44:10 +0200
> Oggetto: Re: ArcheOS 5 test during Open Techne UNESCO master


> > Thanks Luca for this precious feedback...I'll start working to see how to fix all these...



> > On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 9:22 AM, Luca Bezzi <luca.bezzi@arc-team.com> wrote:

> > Hi all,
> > I took the occasion to test ArcheOS 5 during my lessons (2D photomapping) in the UNESCO master Open Techne. Here are some reports:

> > 1) to build the iso image I had to follow the indications Fabrizio wrote in this email: http://lists.linux.it/pipermail/archeos/2014-April/000557.html

> > 2) a mandatory software is missing:

> > Kate (but in archeos-meta is already in the archeos-office metapackage: https://github.com/archeos/archeos-meta/blob/master/debian/control); could it be that archeos-meta is not updated when is building the iso?

> > 3) some system utilities are missing (they are useful to do not scare too much new user about GNU/Linux system; I experimented it during the lessons)

> > Synaptic and an archiving tool able to read zip files (Ark? or something similar)
> > Could we put these software (and eventually similar applications) into a metapackage (e.g. archeos-utilities or archeos-system-utilities)?

> > 4) a mandatory software is outdated: QGIS (actual version: 2.2, in ArcheOS 5 1.7). The problem is that for ArcheOS 4 we took QGIS from GFOSS repository, but that repository seems to be outdated, while QGIS has actual packages in its own repository:

> > deb     http://qgis.org/debian wheezy main
> > deb-src http://qgis.org/debian wheezy main

> > We should update the repos, so that we can use directly QGIS 2.2, which has some very important new options (soon a videotutorial about it)

> > 5) Some QGIS plugin are necessary for specific archaeological workflow or to simplify some operations (e.g. CADTools, PyArchInit,
> > QuickWKT, etc..). Can we manage the problem like we did for ArcheOS 4 (a specific package with all the extensions and a postcript)?
> > I think it would be the best option

> > 6) It was possible to install OpenJUMP 1.3 from ArcheOS 4 repos both on 32 and 64 machines. It would be very fast to do a
> > new package (not a clean source but anyway an indipendent architecture package) with OpenJUMP 1.6. Can we do something like this,
> > while waiting to understand the correct specifications for java source packagig?

> > For the rest, regarding what I taught, ArcheOS 5 is almost ready.

> > Nice greetings to everybody.


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