EtherDraw on Sandstorm
This branch ports EtherDraw to Sandstorm. To use it:
bin/installDeps.shonce after cloning the repo. Note that in the main branch, this is done automatically by
run.sh, but in the Sandstorm branch that line has been removed because it doesn't make sense inside the sandbox.
bin/run.shonce, let Etherpad start, and then ctrl+C it. This does some first-time setup, creating some necessary files. If you do not do this, you'll get
EROFSerrors when Etherpad tries to create these files inside the sandbox.
- You may now run
spk devas described in the Sandstorm porting guide.
Original Etherpad README follows
An intuitive collaborative drawing web based tool.
Collaborative real-time drawing, sketching & painting
Fast, light weight, easy to maintain. Try the [demo] (http://draw.etherpad.org).
- Install Requirements.
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install libcairo2-dev libjpeg62-turbo-dev libpango1.0-dev libgif-dev build-essential g++
- Install EtherDraw
git clone git://github.com/JohnMcLear/draw.git
- Enter the EtherDraw folder
- Run EtherDraw
- Make a drawing! Open your browser and visit
- [NodeJS] (http://nodejs.org/)
- Lib Cairo
- Lib Jpeg
- Lib Gif
Apache 2 License
Donate to the [Etherpad Foundation] (http://etherpad.org/#links)