OLPC XO-1's Live USB Sugar OS Beta Launched

Sugar Labs, makers of icon-based GUI for the One Laptop Per Child XO-1, announced the first beta of “Sugar on a Stick”, a live version of the operating system that can be booted from a USB stick as small as 1GB in size. Based on Fedora LiveUSB, Sugar on a Stick boots to the Linux distribution, and stores […]

Sugar Labs, makers of icon-based GUI for the One Laptop Per Child XO-1, announced the first beta of “Sugar on a Stick”, a live version of the operating system that can be booted from a USB stick as small as 1GB in size. Based on Fedora LiveUSB, Sugar on a Stick boots to the Linux distribution, and stores all usage data on the USB device without any alteration to the host system. All are invited to test the project, as the finished product is intended to run on as many modern and legacy hardware configurations as possible.

Source:→ BetaNews