Raspberry Pi

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Raspberry Pi are a series of small, low cost, low power computers.

Sugar can be run on a Raspberry Pi. You will need a display, keyboard and mouse.

As of August 2017, the best to use is Sugar on a Stick, as it has many activities and has regular security updates. See Sugar on a Stick/Raspberry Pi for how to download and install it. Sugar on a Stick is a spin of Fedora.

Other methods are;

  • using Raspbian, the most common operating system on a Raspberry Pi, a derivative of Debian,
  • using Fedora,
  • using Debian, or see Debian/Raspberry Pi for how to install a prototype image with one or two activities,
  • using Ubuntu, or see Ubuntu on rpi3 for a test report on how to install the MATE desktop and Sugar.

Developers may focus on Fedora or Debian when setting up a development environment for Sugar on Raspberry Pi, because Sugar development on generic computers is focused on those operating systems.