[Nigeria-opensource] Re: Nigerian Localization Efforts
khaled at laptop.org
Thu Jul 20 12:15:04 EDT 2006
That is correct. The team started with slimming down FC5 (it is REALLY
slimmed down, it doesn't look much like FC5 anymore) and the next step
is to add additional software.
For example Sugar, mesh networking apps, ebook readers, personal wiki, etc.
At the end, the best we can say is "based on FC5", but will be
Essien Ita Essien wrote:
> Dunno about this being a new position or not, but the OLPC distro has
> always been a slimed down FC5 based distro.
> oluyomi soyinka wrote:
>> This is quite interesting, Khaled will comfirm this
>> new position for us.
>> --- Oladokun Durodola <linuxprophet at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I recently bought a Linux magazine in London whose
>>> front cover had a
>>> OLPC device on it.
>>> >From it, I was made to understand that it has been
>>> decided that the OS
>>> of choice for OLPC will be Fedora Core 5.
>>> We have invested significantly in FC5 both 32-bit
>>> and 64-bit and
>>> already have a few clients whom have migrated their
>>> backends to the 64-bit versions.
>>> We are in negotiations with another to customize FC5
>>> 32-bit for their desktops.
>>> I would like some more info before we can say
>>> categorically that FC5
>>> is the solution, but it definitely looks promising.
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