I have both Raspberry Pi 2 & 3. I have tested on RPI2 and 3, and here are the results for RPI2 :
The Wi-Fi isnât working like it should. It isnât just connecting. Not sure if it is a driver problem. The Wi-Fi adapter I used is âDigisol dg-wn3150nuâ
It showed the networks, but failed to connect to one. It lagged.
I shouldnât just yet tell it stable.
Note : If you just switch off your RPI by pulling the plug, it will ask you for login after you start it again. So itâs a good practice to use Shutdown/restart function
From: Rishabh Thaney
Sent: Friday, July 7, 2017 7:08 PM
To: James Cameron; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [Sugar-devel] GSoC project- Sugar on Raspberry Pi image build
The WiFi issue(RPi3) has been fixed and I've configured automatic login in the latest image build.
It also switches to Sugar session automatically.
The image builds for raspberry pi 2 & 3 can be found here:Â https://people.sugarlabs.org/rishabh/
The repository used to reproduce is this:Â https://github.com/Rishabh42/rpi23-gen-image
And I've also updated the Debian/Raspberry_Pi page with the method I used to configure automatic login,Â
please refer to this page: https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Debian/Raspberry_Pi
Please note: The RPi 2 image has not been tested by me because I don't have a raspberry pi 2, please share the test results
if anyone tests that image.
On Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 9:55 AM, Rishabh Thaney <***@gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, 7 Jul 2017 at 3:58 AM James Cameron <***@laptop.org> wrote:
Please try the latest release candidate build 1.5 published yesterday,
see the edits by Thomas on the Wiki page.Â This will test whether your
problem with booting was fixed.
If the problem persists, please verify the data on the microSD card
using the method that I described in IRC; using dd with bs=1024 and
count set to number of 1024 byte blocks in the original image, piped
to md5sum.Â Compare the md5sum with that of the .raw file.
I had tried flashing my card using the method described on their website but even that didn't work. I'll try testing it with the new changes made by Thomas.
If the problem persists, please log a bug with Fedora.Â Sugar Labs
needs Fedora SoaS to work well, as it has a good set of example
Thanks for adding automatic login feature, but I've no idea what you
I will update the Debian/Raspberry_pi page with the method I used to add the automatic login feature. I basically configured the lightdm.conf file while the image was building, will share the configuration.Â
- update your GitHub repository; last update was 14 days ago therefore
Â your build is no longer reproducible,
- update your blog; it is two weeks out of date, (lower the time cost
Â of an update by reducing how much you write),
I was working on my next blog post currently, I wanted to include the method to add autologin feature in the post too which we added day before yesterday.
- update the Wiki page; by removing broken links and answering any
- don't delete old builds so quickly; on people.sugarlabs.org it is no
Â longer possible to compare your previous build and the new build,
Okay, should I upload the build that I deleted?
- be more consistent with file names on your people.sugarlabs.org
Â directory; the naming was inconsistent until you deleted an old
That file which I deleted wasn't an image build but a raw file of the build, I had uploaded that by mistake.
- always mail to sugar-devel@ any new build; don't expect people to go
Â looking in your people.sugarlabs.org directory for changes.
Was thinking of including the method to add autologin feature with the image build I will publish on sugar-devel, will do both today.
Hope that helps!
Thanks for all the suggestions :)
Thanks James for suggesting the Fedora SoAS, I did follow the instructionsÂ
on their page to flash it on my SD card but it still doesn't boot.
Moreover we did arrive at a fix for automatic login today and it's working
I wil work on reproducing an image with the automatic login fix and upload it
to my Sunjammer account.
Â Â Â Thanks to Thomas for testing and comparison of a recent Fedora SoaS
Â Â Â image, which has way more activities and has automatic login
Â Â Â configured.
Â Â Â https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Debian/Raspberry_Pi updated.
Â Â Â Given this, and the problems so far with rpi23-gen-image missing out
Â Â Â on recommended packages, and the two weeks it has taken to not fix the
Â Â Â automatic login, and their unfamiliarity with X server display manager
Â Â Â configuration, may I suggest the team switch to using Fedora SoaS?
Â Â Â This will set them forward on their task significantly, while still
Â Â Â meeting the original project idea.
Â Â Â There's also an issue with distributing the wireless firmware; Fedora
Â Â Â avoids it, but provides a FAQ explaining how to download it.Â As
Â Â Â Fedora has a problem with distributing, so too may Sugar Labs.
Â Â Â https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM/Raspberry_Pi?rd=
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