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==Sugar Learning Environment==
 
  
===Installing Sugar in Fedora===
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:[[Fedora 29]] - Release-specific community notes
====Using '''Software''' graphical installer tool====
 
: Unfortunately, Fedora 20's Software search fails to find Sugar.
 
::(Sugar is not considered to be an "application" by the  developers in #fedora-desktop on IRC)
 
<!-- on , from the Applications Menu, select Administration, select Software.
 
Select (top item) Package collections, scroll down to
 
 
 
:::'''Sugar Desktop Environment'''<br> <span style="color: gray">sugar-desktop</span>
 
 
 
Installing this will automatically draw in a useful selection of Activities.
 
 
 
Alternatively or additionally, from the Applications Menu, select Administration, select Software. Enter '''Sugar''' in the search field.
 
 
 
Among all the Packages select,
 
 
 
{|
 
|-
 
|width="15"|
 
|[[File:XO_buddy.png|28px|link=]]
 
|width="10"|
 
|'''The emulator for the Sugar Learning Environment'''<br> <span style="color: gray">sugar-emulator.''<sub>version-number</sub>''</span>
 
|}
 
 
 
:and any or all of the Sugar Activities. -->
 
 
 
====Using the command line====
 
 
 
In a terminal or console, enter this command line:
 
 
sudo yum install @sugar-desktop sugar-runner
 
 
 
 
'''Launching Sugar'''
 
 
 
With sugar-desktop and sugar-runner) installed you have two (or more) ways of running Sugar.
 
 
 
1. To launch the Sugar Desktop Environment (also known as a Sugar session) you must reboot.
 
 
 
[[File:F20-Beta-TC2_gdm.png|right|250px]]
 
 
 
 
 
When you reboot Fedora, at the point where you login, login screen, a "Sugar" entry will now be present, maybe hidden, somewhere in the login prompt, under a "settings icon" or under "Session Type".
 
 
 
 
 
''Note, the "Sugar" entry in the login screen may not be very obvious at first, and the look will depend on the login manager on your system. This image shows the "Sugar" entry being selected in Fedora 20. Click the image to enlarge.''
 
 
 
 
 
Select "Sugar" within the login prompt, enter your password, and '''Enter''', and the computer will boot into Sugar Desktop Environment.
 
 
 
 
 
2. The Sugar emulator (sugar-runner) will be available (no restart required) from the Applications Menu, Select Education, Select Sugar.
 
 
 
Sugar will run in a [[wikipedia:Xephyr|Xephyr]] window, Sugar in a window, within your current desktop environment. You will have full access to Sugar features, and may even run multiple instances. Networking bugs may currently prevent collaboration with others in the jabber.sugarlabs.org server Neighborhood. Press key '''F1''' to see the Sugar Neighborhood view.
 
 
 
'''Note'''  [[Fedora_20#Install_Media|'''sugar-runner''']] is an improvement on sugar-emulator for [[Fedora 20]]. By default, sugar-runner runs full screen.
 
: "Logout" of Sugar (from the Home screen central avatar's hover palette), to return to the Desktop Environment you were previously using.
 
 
 
: See [[The_Undiscoverable#Sugar-Emulator_Screen_Size_Adjustment|emulator screen size adjustment]].
 
 
 
 
 
===Fedora Sugar on a Stick Spin===
 
 
 
Sugar is pre-installed in a  Live CD Fedora Spin that can be fully installed, if desired.
 
* See '''[[File:Soas-avocado.svg|200px|bottom|link=Sugar on a Stick]]'''.
 
 
 
==Fedora Versions==
 
<span class="weblink">[[File:Fedora.jpg|link=http://fedoraproject.org/]]</span> {{Fedora Version Linkbar}}<br>
 
''Fedora and the Infinity design logo are trademarks of Red Hat, Inc.''
 
 
 
== Subpage index ==
 
{{Special:PrefixIndex/{{PAGENAMEE}}/}}
 

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