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With this spin, you'll be able to run Sugar, which is developed by Sugar Labs and is the desktop environment used on the OLPC, directly from a Live CD or Live USB!
 
With this spin, you'll be able to run Sugar, which is developed by Sugar Labs and is the desktop environment used on the OLPC, directly from a Live CD or Live USB!
  
:See our [[Sugar_on_a_Stick|'''Sugar on a Stick''' page]].  
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:See our [[Sugar_on_a_Stick|'''Sugar on a Stick''' page]], in particular, [[Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux#Full_Fedora_11_Install_of_Sugar_and_XFCE_Desktops_to_USB|Full F11 Sugar Desktop (Xfce/Sugar on a 4-GB USB device)]].  
  
  

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Fedora

Desktop environment

Gnome (default)

Sugar on a Stick

With this spin, you'll be able to run Sugar, which is developed by Sugar Labs and is the desktop environment used on the OLPC, directly from a Live CD or Live USB!

See our Sugar on a Stick page, in particular, Full F11 Sugar Desktop (Xfce/Sugar on a 4-GB USB device).


Fedora OLPC

The Fedora OLPC SIG, https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/OLPC, will be importing further activities into Fedora, which might later be installed using

yum install sugar-*
Here's a video of the process http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKmrtlyyCFo
CJB suggests: as root, run: yum -y groupinstall "Sugar Desktop Environment"

The command to run Sugar is as root otherwise you may get this behavior.

sugar-emulator


For more information on the new release, please refer to the announcement here:

Also

Marco wrote a quick script to generate a boot cd for a liveusb image with overlay. It can be useful on old systems which doesn't support boot from USB:

BROKEN LINK http://www.sugarlabs.org/~marco/livecd-iso-to-boot.sh

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