November 5, 2008
Fedora 10, a "Live" solution for One Laptop Per Child.
Author: JT Smith
When One Laptop Per Child starts their next Give 1 Get 1 program on November 17th, there will be an option to purchase an upgrade that will allow users to run a standard Linux desktop based on Fedora 10, on their XO system (pronounced "ex - oh"). This special edition of Fedora 10 is an alternative for adults who may not find the child focused graphical interface called Sugar practical for daily use. With this "Live" release the Fedora Project is once again highlighting a fantastic feature unique to modern Linux distributions.