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Sugar on a Stick brings sweet taste of Linux to classrooms

June 27th, 2009

Ars Technica brings news of a new LiveUSB Linux distro aimed at classrooms.

Sugar Labs has announced the first official release of Sugar on a Stick, a Linux-based learning environment that can boot from a USB memory stick. The Sugar platform, which originally emerged from the One Laptop Per Child project, could soon arrive in classrooms.

  1. Asoka
    August 24th, 2010 at 04:50 | #1

    Yes it is a fantastic, the one with Fedora 13.
    I have used Blueberry and strawberry too.
    Hope they will upgrade to Fedora 14!

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