GSoC Final Update: TestDrive PyGTK Front-end 3.0 Released!

TestDrive PyGTK Front-end 3.0 has been released in Maverick!! Unfortunately, it is later than I planned but it doesn’t matter anymore since it is now in Maverick.

To install:

sudo apt-get install testdrive

If you would like it in Lucid, do the following:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:testdrive
sudo apt-get install testdrive

Please, report bugs!

If you would like to contribute, important information can be found at [1].

[1]: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TestdriveFrontend/Contribute

Upcoming Changes:

  • More UI Improvements.
  • Support for Ubuntu UEC Images!

Special Thanks:

  • Dustin Kirkland: For the support, helping hand, guidance and patience of being my mentor in the GSoC.
  • Laudeci Oliveira (Pretto): For helping figuring out a way to grab the progress from rsync, to be able to display it while syncing ISOs.

If you have any questions, doubts, or need help, don’t doubt to contact me.

GSoC Update of the Week: Testdrive PyGTK Front-end

This week update brings some good news!!: After Dustin Kirkland’s announcement few days ago, I’ve finally merged TestDrive’s PyGTK Front-end code base with TestDrive’s code base. I’ve also prepared the packaging and released new packages to PPA for both Maverick and Lucid! After waiting 2 days, it’s finally about to build!! This means that packages will be available to install in the next few hours! Now, I’d like people to please start testing! In the next couple days I will release some new changes, in preparation to upload it to Ubuntu Maverick. To install, please do:

sudo apt-get install python-software-properties sudo add-apt-repository ppa:testdrive/ppa sudo apt-get update

Then install TestDrive PyGTK Front-end:

sudo apt-get install testdrive-gtk

If you still wish to install TestDrive command line, do the follwing:

sudo apt-get install testdrive-cli

Please stay tunned for updates and the release into maverick!! Enjoy :)