[K12OSN] test childsplay packages

Kevin Verheyen thepiano at telenet.be
Tue Jun 21 05:07:33 UTC 2005

I'll try to give it a spin asap,

Thanx for the quick start!


Op 21-jun-05, om 03:27 heeft Eric Harrison het volgende geschreven:

> I build childsplay packages for K12LTSP 4.2 & the 4.4 beta.
> "yum install childsplay" should install it and its dependancies.
> I played around with it for a little while on a 4.4 beta server,
> it feels faster and more stable than gcompris. Sound worked well
> on a terminal to boot.
> I don't have access to a k12LTSP 4.2.1 server at the moment. I'd
> appreciate if someone can try it out and let me know if it works
> or not.
> The current package does not include a menu entry. You have to
> fire up a terminal and type "childsplay" to get it to run. I'll
> fix that shortly.
> The pygame libraries that childsplay is built on also supports
> some nifty games that could pass as being education-ish. I played
> a few rounds of Pathological ;-) http://pathological.sourceforge.net/
> Ran smooth as silk on my terminal and is trivial to package...
> -Eric
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