I bought two new servers for a non-profit called Sugar Labs, and I'm in Santa Rosa to set them up.
@codewiz I encountered the same issue with Debian installer. Workaround is to reboot and repeat the process.
@benjiprod Yes! The first crash (for which we had no screenshot) probably caused the second one (it does not recover cleanly).
@codewiz only laptops i keep around. i got a t460s for out-and-about usage, while my x201 makes a perfect budget home lab!
@codewiz Yes, but at least it's just about full remote screen access, but you can use all of you CPUs.
IBM on the other side ships hardware including CPUs, which you have to unlock to use them.
@codewiz Sugar Labs is still existing? What are they doing now that OLPC is dead?
I believe they can reborn OLPC project BTW... With today's standard.
@benoit @codewiz Right now, Sugar Labs is focusing on building SOAS (Sugar On a Stick), a live OS on a USB concept, using Sugar Desktop Environment based on a #Fedora image (https://spins.fedoraproject.org/en/soas/) .
Along with that, the rising new developments are "#Musicblocks", (https://musicblocks.sugarlabs.org/) an interesting tool to create music using block programming, and "#Sugarizer" (https://try.sugarizer.org/) , a web+android+iOS framework which helps kids use #Sugar on many modern devices ✨🚀
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