This page last changed on Aug 22, 2007 by scytacki.
Java on the OLPC
OLPC Dimas work
One Laptop per Child (OLPC
OLPC Hardware Specification
Getting involved in OLPC
Video of OLPC laptop
OLPC is working with Red Hat on a Linux kernel for the machine, but we are opening up the design; it is inevitable that there will be several variants of Linux to chose from, as well as some version of Windows, and perhaps an OS X offering.
OLPC software task list
OLPC Mailing Lists
Devel – Software development mailing list
Devel-boards – Developer Board mailing list
Content – Discussions of OLPC content, both software and booklike
Sugar – Mailing list for discussion of the design, desktop platform and user experience on the laptop
One Laptop Per Child: Development site
Notes after speaking with Jim Gettys <firstname.lastname@example.org> when he delivered prototype board Sep 1 2006:
Notes on using the OLPC developer boards
See Jim's Aug 31 post to the OLPC-Devel list
and a much more detailed explanation of the issues on the Devel-boards list:
fyi: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Linuxbios, and http://www.linuxbios.org/index.php/Main_Page
after installing LinuxBios you continue with:
You need to get a dev image onto a usb stick or a usb drive and then use the LinuxBios to startup which then starts the dev image. This updates LinuxBios and then you need to reboot.
Now you should have a working linux with a minimal layer of sugar running on top.
You can load a full Fedora dev environment if you need it Installing Fedora Core. The build images are described here: OS images. There are also tools for installing system to the Flash disk: Installing to NAND.
IRC channel on FreeNode (#olpc) where you can get help.
Audio driver for AD1888 - sensor input mode
SSM2211 - Low Distortion, 1.5 Watt Audio Power Amplifier
AD1888 - Low Cost 6 Channel AC' 97 Audio Codec