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Re: February BLU meeting - Hands-On OLPC Networking?

 > Anyone have DSL or similar running on it? Or maybe I just need to learn how 
> to open up a Linux terminal - I don't need X windows. Or maybe I just need 
> some docs - it doesn't come with any - has someone written up a short 
> description of how to work it? I only need what pine and pico do in the Linux 
> world - nothing fancy. is probably the best place to look for 

You can get to a console by pressing ctrl-alt-f1 or ctrl-alt-f2, f1 and f2 
being the first and second keys on the first large button on the top row. 
Either that or use the terminal activity. 

If you have a developer key, you can also boot from an ext3-formatted USB 

> I can also bring an ASUS EEE for comparison, if anyone would like to see it. 

I'd like to see it (maybe I'll actually show up for a meeting!)  I'm 
curious how the keyboard compares with the XO keyboard. 

It's going to be interesting to see what happens now that Mary Lou Jepsen 
has spun off a company to commercialize the low-power display technology 
in the XO... 

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