Nokia N810 Running OLPC Sugar May 1, 2009Posted by GuySoft in Crictor, Hamakor, ITU, linux, Maemo, olpc, open source, python.
Tags: arm, debian, Maemo, Nokia, olpc, sugar
Touchscreen is cool!
The first thing that I found pretty neat was running sugar on a touchscreen device. It really felt better, since most people that I let play with my XO and flip its screen 180 degrees naturally try touching the screen, expecting it had a touchscreen. Sugar was actually quite good with it on the Nokia.
Debian repository for Sugar-jhbuild November 8, 2008Posted by GuySoft in Hamakor, open source, programming.
Tags: debian, olpc, open source, sugar
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I am happy to announce that we have a Debian repository of weekly builds of sugar-jhbuild.
You can get it by adding the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://download.sugarlabs.org/sugar/liveimages/debian-jhbuild/apt/ sid main
apt-get install sugar-jhbuild
Now you can try sugar in a seprate window:
Live CD that turns any computer to an OLPC October 14, 2008Posted by GuySoft in Crictor, Hamakor, linux, open source, programming.
Tags: debian, linux, live cd, olpc, programming, sugar
After a few days work, I have finished Building a LiveCD that, by booting from it. You would get a full sugar system, no installation required.
Where to get?
Here, in the Sugarlabs Wiki 🙂