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Running OLPC emulator

Running the OLPC interface emulator via QEMU. The system booted under 10 seconds with most of services disabled. The interface is very simple without some tooltips due to its works in progress nature.

OPLC Sugar interface web mode

OPLC Sugar interface interactive mode

It will be a matter of time where future version of Fedora will hugely benefit from OLPC in term of memory and light weight.

Comments

Anonymous said…
So, where can we get this image ?
The image can be grabbed by having QEMU and OLPC image files that can be found on http://olpc.download.redhat.com/olpc/streams/development/

Grab the latest build and run it via QEMU. To get screenshot, highlight QEMU windows and press both ALT+PRTSCR.
Anonymous said…
Hi,

Which image do I choose. I keep on getting the console not the UI.

Thanks,
Sam
Anonymous said…
Where can I get the image.. I keep on getting the console not the gui. loading. which is the exact path

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