Each level provides a set of activities:
- easy profile: computer
- medium profile: puzzle, discovery, fun, computer
- hard profile: puzzle, discovery, math, fun, strategy, computer, experience, experimental, reading
Moreover, the "default" profile doesn't include any activities.
I set up this configuration using "GCompris Administration Tool".
It was easy to create a configuration.
The configuration is stored in the DB ~/.config/gcompris/gcompris_sqlite.db.
The question now is: to make the configuration portable do I need to copy (install) a preconfigured gcompris_sqlite.db?
PART 1: analysis
I'll make some analysis (ref).
First of all I explored the content of the DB gcompris_sqlite.db. I used the tool sqlite3.
Just enter following commands:
# cd ~/.config/gcompris/
# sqlite3 gcompris_sqlite.db
The database schema in an SQLite database is stored in a special table named "sqlite_master". You can execute "SELECT" statements against the special sqlite_master table just like any other table in an SQLite database
sqlite> select * from sqlite_master;
Tables in the DB are:
activities_out groups logs
board_profile_conf informations profiles
boards list_groups_in_profiles users
To know wich profiles are stored tapes following command:
sqlite> select * from profiles;
1 Default Default Default profil for gcompris
2 easy easy
3 medium medium
4 hard hard
Configuration of each profiles can be got with the command:
sqlite> select * from activities_out;
Each entry has two values: the id of the activity (also known as board) and the id of the profile. For example the entry "112, 1" tells that the profile 1 (default) doesn't include the activity 112 (algebra_minu). To get the ID of the activities use the command:
sqlite> select * from boards;
PART 2: A portable configuration
Please waits next post.