Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th Apr 2007 22:00 UTC, submitted by michuk
Graphics, User Interfaces "Red Hat has recently shared with the world the first ISO images of the system that is supposed to be installed on the OLPC laptops. I suddenly felt an irresistible temptation. I downloaded 291 MB ISO, burned it on a CD and started testing. Here is what I got."
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if you want to try the olpc os do this
by betaluva on Wed 11th Apr 2007 03:30 UTC
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2007-03-12

the easyest way is to download livepc, http://www.moka5.com/, then go to, http://www.moka5.com/livepc?page=1, and download one laptop per child.lpc file (it works like a torrent file),oh and dont forget to click the "let me use this livepc offline" button,i am uploading a screenshot now that shows you what to do. WARNING: the image file that livepc uses only works with livepc! and i made a quick tutorial to show what i mean,
http://img511.imageshack.us/my.php?image=livpcpd5.jpg

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