A computer in every pot

Rahul Sundaram sundaram at fedoraproject.org
Sat Jul 28 19:46:26 UTC 2007


The user interface is called Sugar and not the OS itself but a good 
article nevertheless. BBC published a couple of articles with more 
technical information and videos featuring Christopher Blizzard, lead 
OLPC team in Red Hat.


"If the ingenuity of the XO’s hardware is impressive, the machine’s 
software is truly ground-breaking. Red Hat, the world’s largest Linux 
distributor, has provided an extremely compact version of its Fedora 
operating system, called Sugar, that uses a mere 130 megabytes of the 
XO’s flash memory. By comparison, Windows XP requires 1.65 gigabytes."



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