Talk:Understanding Sugar code
Alternate ways to peel the onion
I used a standard (non-development) image to do this exploration. As a result, I didn't have access to yum, rpm, or a bunch of other value added linux utilities. OLPC does have development images with these utilities added in to make development bearable. A fast way to see the full scope of a sugar installation is this one line command:
rpm -ql sugar
It returns all sugar installation files with full paths.