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Revision as of 16:55, 13 November 2014

NOTE : this page is valid ONLY for the PC104 image with version 5.0 and above for older versions read this page

This page contains detailed information about the Linux distribution running inside the iCub's pc104 and keep track of important if all files and configurations which make this image different from a vanilla Debian GNU/Linux LIVE (at the time of writing Debian 7 wheezy)

Additional Packages

build-essential
sudo
gcc
g++
make
cmake
cmake-curses-gui
pkg-config
ssh
openssh-server
libtinyxml-dev
nfs-common
vim
less
ntpdate
libportaudio2
libace-dev
libgsl0-dev
libcv-dev
iperf
dnsutils
resolvconf
libpcap-dev
glade
libglademm-2.4-dev
libgtkmm-2.4-dev
libhighgui-dev
libcvaux-dev
libncurses5-dev
alsa-utils
subversion
git
bash-completion
meld
gedit
libraw1394-dev
libdc1394-22-dev
ethtool
usbutils
libpcap0.8
netcat-traditional
fxload
audacity
festival

The kernel

Customized files

README, VERSION and ChangeLog

iCub startup scripts

Kernel modules

Network configuration

SSH configuration

NTP configuration

User Environment

Other improvements

Live-related customization

How the iCub LIVE image is built

The iCub live ISO image is built with a script based on the Debian LIVE tools (included in the package live-build).