[Olpc-open] OLPC Linux for ordinary PCs
lproven at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 16:03:43 EST 2007
On 11/02/07, Ivan Krstić <krstic at solarsail.hcs.harvard.edu> wrote:
> [List readers: please do not send me private mail unless you wish to
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Oh, I'm sorry. Gmail sometimes picks the wrong address for replies. I
should have checked.
> Liam Proven wrote:
> > Right. Ta for the clarification. So in a way it's another desktop
> > environment, comparable to GNOME or KDE?
> That's mostly correct.
OK, good. I am glad I understand at least a little!
> > That's a "no", then, isn't it, really?
> Well, you can run the pre-built images for testing purposes with
> emulation. Once Sugar is ready to be used full-time, LiveCDs and other
> methods should let you run it easily without emulation. In the meantime,
> you can run Sugar itself without emulation if you build it yourself, and
> we provide tools for that.
Is this part of the plan for the project, then? To produce a version
or to foster spinoff versions?
Is there anywhere I can look this kind of thing up? I find the Wiki
rather confusing - not because it's a Wiki; I'm a Wikipedia
contributing editor - but it seems rather disorganised.
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