[Newbies] Squeak for the Asus eee
Offray Vladimir Luna Cardenas
offray.luna at javeriana.edu.co
Sun Dec 30 14:28:36 UTC 2007
You can try with the Seaside one click experience, is the best way to
get Squeak images running without worrying about dependencies or
platforms or packages systems.
* Go here
and download the "Seaside One-Click Experience" experience.
* Uncompress it in any place you want, say "/home/Shared/Programs/"
* Execute "Seaside.sh" inside the "Seaside-2.8-530.app/" folder. You
will see a Squeak Seaside Image running and ready to use.
But may be you don't want to run this image only. Let's say that you're
trying to run Etoys image. In that case you:
* Download the image and change file for Etoys, lets say that you have
downloaded the etoys.image and etoys.changes files.
* Copy the image and changes files to to the
* Copy and rename the "Seaside.sh" as "etoys.sh".
* Edit "etoys.sh", which at this moment is equal to Seaside.sh and
make changes, so it looks this way:
exec "$EXE/squeak" -plugins "$EXE" \
-encoding latin1 \
-vm-display-X11 -swapbtn \
Notice the "$RES/etoys.image" last line.
At that is. If you want any other image for any other Squeak related
project, like Scratch or Opencroquet the procedure is the same, and you
could get similar results for Windows changing the Squeak.ini file.
We have detailed Spanish instructions about installing Squeak in
different ways, including this one on:
Hope that helps and by the way, what a nice machine to play with that
mike.vidal at gmail.com escribió:
> Does anyone know where there is a version of Squeak that will install
> on the Asus eee? I tried the debian and generic linux version and
> they dont install/work. The debian version wong apt-install. It
> complains about missing binfmt-support dependency. The linux version
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