Commit 6a7db7af authored by Jonathan Carter's avatar Jonathan Carter
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* This is the first public AIMS Desktop release, now based on Debian 9. AIMS Desktop is now released world-wide under free licenses and can be used for personal, educational or commercial purposes. * This is the first public AIMS Desktop release, now based on Debian 9. AIMS Desktop is now released world-wide under free licenses and can be used for personal, educational or commercial purposes.
* We have a new website where well have a growing collection of documentation. AIMS Desktop packages are also now in a public git repository. Links are listed below. * We have a new website where we'll have a growing collection of documentation. AIMS Desktop packages are also now in a public git repository. Links are listed below.
* AIMS Now ships with Gnome as the default desktop environment, and uses Calamares as the installer. We ship some Gnome Shell extensions to cushion the change to Debian and make the environment more familiar for existing AIMS Desktop users. * AIMS Now ships with Gnome as the default desktop environment, and uses Calamares as the installer. We ship some Gnome Shell extensions to cushion the change to Debian and make the environment more familiar for existing AIMS Desktop users.
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Known Issues Known Issues
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* The ping tool needs some post-installation configuration to be usable by normal users. You can fix this by running sudo dpkg-reconfigure iputils-ping from the command line. * The 'ping' tool needs some post-installation configuration to be usable by normal users. You can fix this by running 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure iputils-ping' from the command line.
* When booting from the USB disk, GRUB will briefly show a black window before booting the system. This is harmless and should be fixed by the next point release. * When booting from the USB disk, GRUB will briefly show a black window before booting the system. This is harmless and should be fixed by the next point release.
* Occasionally the installer will immediately close after the first time it is opened. After opening it again it works as expected. * Occasionally the installer will immediately close after the first time it is opened. After opening it again it works as expected.
* RStudio binary downloads arent yet directly supported for Debian 9. RStudio can be installed with sudo aims-install-rstudio which will enable jessie sources and install 3 dependencies from jessie (libgstreamer0.10-0 libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-0 libssl1.0.0) along with the rstudio binary. * RStudio binary downloads aren't yet directly supported for Debian 9. RStudio can be installed with 'sudo aims-install-rstudio' which will enable jessie sources and install 3 dependencies from jessie (libgstreamer0.10-0 libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-0 libssl1.0.0) along with the rstudio binary.
* We now ship GeoGebra 4 from Debian instead of Geogebra 5 from GeoGebra.org due to unclear licensing. Users can still install GeoGebra 5 manually. * We now ship GeoGebra 4 from Debian instead of Geogebra 5 from GeoGebra.org due to unclear licensing. Users can still install GeoGebra 5 manually.
Whats Next What's Next
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We plan to do two further release based on Debian 9. 2017.2, which will be released later this year which will fix issues we come across during the next few months. Then, 2018.1 released next year that will contain backports and newer versions of popular software used in AIMS Desktop. We plan to do two further release based on Debian 9. 2017.2, which will be released later this year which will fix issues we come across during the next few months. Then, 2018.1 released next year that will contain backports and newer versions of popular software used in AIMS Desktop.
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* This is the first public AIMS Desktop release, now based on Debian 9. AIMS Desktop is now released world-wide under free licenses and can be used for personal, educational or commercial purposes. * This is the first public AIMS Desktop release, now based on Debian 9. AIMS Desktop is now released world-wide under free licenses and can be used for personal, educational or commercial purposes.
* We have a new website where well have a growing collection of documentation. AIMS Desktop packages are also now in a public git repository. Links are listed below. * We have a new website where we'll have a growing collection of documentation. AIMS Desktop packages are also now in a public git repository. Links are listed below.
* AIMS Now ships with Gnome as the default desktop environment, and uses Calamares as the installer. We ship some Gnome Shell extensions to cushion the change to Debian and make the environment more familiar for existing AIMS Desktop users. * AIMS Now ships with Gnome as the default desktop environment, and uses Calamares as the installer. We ship some Gnome Shell extensions to cushion the change to Debian and make the environment more familiar for existing AIMS Desktop users.
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Known Issues Known Issues
------------ ------------
* The ping tool needs some post-installation configuration to be usable by normal users. You can fix this by running sudo dpkg-reconfigure iputils-ping from the command line. * The 'ping' tool needs some post-installation configuration to be usable by normal users. You can fix this by running 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure iputils-ping' from the command line.
* When booting from the USB disk, GRUB will briefly show a black window before booting the system. This is harmless and should be fixed by the next point release. * When booting from the USB disk, GRUB will briefly show a black window before booting the system. This is harmless and should be fixed by the next point release.
* Occasionally the installer will immediately close after the first time it is opened. After opening it again it works as expected. * Occasionally the installer will immediately close after the first time it is opened. After opening it again it works as expected.
* RStudio binary downloads arent yet directly supported for Debian 9. RStudio can be installed with sudo aims-install-rstudio which will enable jessie sources and install 3 dependencies from jessie (libgstreamer0.10-0 libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-0 libssl1.0.0) along with the rstudio binary. * RStudio binary downloads aren't yet directly supported for Debian 9. RStudio can be installed with 'sudo aims-install-rstudio' which will enable jessie sources and install 3 dependencies from jessie (libgstreamer0.10-0 libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-0 libssl1.0.0) along with the rstudio binary.
* We now ship GeoGebra 4 from Debian instead of Geogebra 5 from GeoGebra.org due to unclear licensing. Users can still install GeoGebra 5 manually. * We now ship GeoGebra 4 from Debian instead of Geogebra 5 from GeoGebra.org due to unclear licensing. Users can still install GeoGebra 5 manually.
Whats Next What's Next
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We plan to do two further release based on Debian 9. 2017.2, which will be released later this year which will fix issues we come across during the next few months. Then, 2018.1 released next year that will contain backports and newer versions of popular software used in AIMS Desktop. We plan to do two further release based on Debian 9. 2017.2, which will be released later this year which will fix issues we come across during the next few months. Then, 2018.1 released next year that will contain backports and newer versions of popular software used in AIMS Desktop.
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