The Sugar OS emphasizes it's "Sugar on a Stick" means of using the OS in a non-permanent way, which is great for most people to try out. However, I have a laptop I would like to install Sugar as the primary (and only) OS for (turning it into a homebuilt OLPC laptop).
The issue I'm running into is I can't find a tutorial on how to install Sugar on the PC itself. It would not need to use the "casper" or other means of being a "persistant live" linux install; it could take advantage of the whole local hard drive.
Since Sugar is a Fedora "spin", I'm guessing if I install Fedora on the laptop, I can somehow install the sugar desktop environment and have that replace the default, but I can't find any tutorials on that. Anyone know what that process would be?
(My situation is slightly more complicated by the fact that the laptop being converted is an old Mac iBook, so will need a PPC solution, but a guide on how to do it on a more mainstream chipset would still be useful to get started.)