EdubuntuClassmatePC

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   * ''Status:'' Available    * ''Status:'' ''Superceded by 7.10''
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   * ''Status:'' Packaging is being finalised.
    * Details to be updated here shortly
   * ''Status:'' Available
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   * This image runs off an external USB stick (2GB)
   * Subsequent images will install to the internal Flash RAM
   * ''Superceded by 7.10''
  * '''Edubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon Image'''
   * This image runs off a the internal flash drive
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    * Details to be updated here shortly     * Known issues:
     * Suspend / Resume not functional
      * suspend / resume currently removed from shut-down menu
      * power off button brings up shut-down menu
      * kernel patch found, submitted to kernel team for approval
    * Read here for status & outstanding items:
      * https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Education/UDS-Boston/ClassmatePC
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=== Known Request === === Known Request #1 ===

 * '''Title'''
  * ''Image Request from Venezuela''
 * '''Description'''
  * ''This Images is to be used for testing purposes and research''
 * '''Submission Date'''
  * ''13-11-2007''
 * '''Submitted by who'''
  * ''[https://launchpad.net/~effie-jayx Efrain Valles]''
 * '''From Where'''
  * ''CSI: Cooperativa de Soluciones Integrales''
 * '''Email Address'''
  * ''contactos@csi.com.ve | efrain@ubuntu.org.ve''
 * '''Additional Detail'''
  * ''We are a local provider of software integration and installation and we have been deploying Edubuntu locally for some time now. We'd be interested in testing Edubuntu on the classmate for possible further deployments''
 * '''Status'''
  * Request discussed with Richard Weideman
  * Request supported by Richard Weideman
  * Passed on to Intel
  * Awaiting response

=== Known Request #2 ===

 * '''Title'''
  * ''Device Request from Venezuela''
 * '''Description'''
  * ''This Device is to be used for testing purposes and research''
 * '''Submission Date'''
  * ''18-11-2007''
 * '''Submitted by who'''
  * ''[https://launchpad.net/~effie-jayx Efrain Valles]''
 * '''From Where'''
  * ''CSI: Cooperativa de Soluciones Integrales''
 * '''Email Address'''
  * ''contactos@csi.com.ve | efrain@ubuntu.org.ve''
 * '''Additional Detail'''
  * ''We are currently developing a Free and opensource application for the Classmate PC called Taskid, we are requesting the device for further testing of this application (load time, File Open and Save time, general look and feel with actual resolution in the device, etc. for Info on the application https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EdubuntuClassmatePC/Applications/Taskid and for information regarding The venezuela School System and Edubuntu check https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Education/Venuzuela/Schools. We are currently interviewing schools for feedback studies, we are considering 3 different kinds schools Public, Private and Orphanages''
  * Request discussed with Richard Weideman
  * Request supported by Richard Weideman
  * Passed on to Intel
  * Awaiting response

TableOfContents

Overview

Intel has commissioned Canonical to produce a derivative of Ubuntu for the Intel ClassmatePC. The Edubuntu variant is the closest starting point, for a customised version which will install and run effectively on the platform with a sub-set of education applications.

Statement of Expectation

Initial Enablement Work for Reference Platform

This work will produce a custom image of Edubuntu based on Edubuntu 7.10 that will address the issues identified by the Intel and Canonical teams at the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Seville, Spain. This will be an unsupported release without maintenance updates that can be used for demos and securing design wins.

  • An initial Edubuntu 7.10 Proof of Concept version will be produced in 2007 for the ClassmatePC Generation 1.5 hardware for the purpose of demonstration and design wins.

Fully Supported Release

  • A fully supported release will be delivered for Edubuntu 8.04 and Edubuntu 8.10

Overview of Processes

  • Prioritisation of issues will be managed centrally by Intel & Canonical where these relate to:

    • The current Scope of Work
    • Any changes to the Scope of Work
    • Resolution of bugs / issues
    • Any other / additional requests

New Bug / Issue / Request Process

  • Individuals or regions testing or evaluating any image are please to record requests on this wiki page in the appropriate section at the bottom of this wiki page:
    • New Bug

    • New Issue

    • New Request

  • These items will be picked up and processed into one of these sections for an action or response:
    • Known Bug

    • Known Issue

    • Known Request

  • Please ensure that you provide all the necessary details requested.

Accepted Bug / Issue / Request Process

  • Items that have been accepted for resolution and tracking will be moved into Launchpad

Status of the Development

  • Details around the latest image
    • Edubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn Test Image

      • Status: Superceded by 7.10

      • Details to be updated here shortly
    • Edubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon Image

      • Status: Available

  • Known issues related to the images
    • Edubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn Test Image

      • Superceded by 7.10

    • Edubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon Image

      • This image runs off a the internal flash drive
      • This is a Proof of Concept image for demonstration only
        • Known issues:
          • Suspend / Resume not functional
            • suspend / resume currently removed from shut-down menu
            • power off button brings up shut-down menu
            • kernel patch found, submitted to kernel team for approval
        • Read here for status & outstanding items:

Availability of Images

  • Images for the ClassmatePC will be provided to a single contact source at Intel
  • Intel will load images into their internal repository
  • Intel regions / departments will obtain copies of images from this repository
  • For each image supplied, Canonical will provide:
    • Installation instructions
    • A list of known issues
    • A list of known limitations
  • Intel will manage the distribution of the image to regions / departments and will do their best to ensure that each recipient is made aware of the issues and limitations as described on this wiki page
  • For the moment, if you would like a copy of the image, please add your name to the section at the bottom of this page ensuring that you provide all the necessary details requested.

New Items

Format

  • Title

    • Provide a short title

  • Description

    • Provide a short Description

  • Submission Date

    • Provide the submission date

  • Submitted by who

    • Provide a your name

  • From Where

    • Provide your organisation

  • Email Address

    • Provide a your email address

  • Additional Detail

    • Provide any additional details

New Bug

New Issue

New Request

Known Items

Known Bug

Known Issue

Known Request #1

  • Title

    • Image Request from Venezuela

  • Description

    • This Images is to be used for testing purposes and research

  • Submission Date

    • 13-11-2007

  • Submitted by who

  • From Where

    • CSI: Cooperativa de Soluciones Integrales

  • Email Address

  • Additional Detail

    • We are a local provider of software integration and installation and we have been deploying Edubuntu locally for some time now. We'd be interested in testing Edubuntu on the classmate for possible further deployments

  • Status

    • Request discussed with Richard Weideman
    • Request supported by Richard Weideman
    • Passed on to Intel
    • Awaiting response

Known Request #2

  • Title

    • Device Request from Venezuela

  • Description

    • This Device is to be used for testing purposes and research

  • Submission Date

    • 18-11-2007

  • Submitted by who

  • From Where

    • CSI: Cooperativa de Soluciones Integrales

  • Email Address

  • Additional Detail

    • We are currently developing a Free and opensource application for the Classmate PC called Taskid, we are requesting the device for further testing of this application (load time, File Open and Save time, general look and feel with actual resolution in the device, etc. for Info on the application https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EdubuntuClassmatePC/Applications/Taskid and for information regarding The venezuela School System and Edubuntu check https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Education/Venuzuela/Schools. We are currently interviewing schools for feedback studies, we are considering 3 different kinds schools Public, Private and Orphanages

    • Request discussed with Richard Weideman
    • Request supported by Richard Weideman
    • Passed on to Intel
    • Awaiting response

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