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====Download locations====
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* download via bittorrent
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*: http://www.legaltorrents.com/torrents/599-sugar-on-a-stick
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| rowspan="4" style="border: 0; border-width: 0; width: 350px;" | [[File:SugaronastickAvocado-320px.png|320px|left|link=https://spins.fedoraproject.org/soas/]]
* or from one of the following locations.
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| colspan="2" style="border: 0; border-width: 0;" | '''[[Sugar on a Stick]]''' is a [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Overview Fedora<sup>®</sup>] [https://spins.fedoraproject.org/soas Spin] operating system featuring the award-winning [[What is Sugar?|Sugar Learning Platform]].
*: When downloading, please pick a download server that is close to your current location.
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*: (The download is a CD-ROM disc image .iso file (380 MiB) that could be burned to and booted from a CD drive like a LiveCD—but no work or changes will be saved after shutdown.)
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Sugar on a Stick will run on
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* any Notebook, Laptop, or Desktop computer,  with a minimum of 1GB RAM, that can run Linux, Windows or macOS, using a USB thumbdrive or stick, as a [[wikipedia:Live USB|Live USB]],
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* a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3, using a microSD card<!-- it is not a Live system, but an installed system-->, or;
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* any computer as a virtual machine.
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You can use Sugar on a Stick to demo Sugar almost anywhere without disturbing the contents of the computer you use, and if people like what they see, you can [[Tutorials/Installation/Install with liveinst|install]] Sugar on a Stick to their hard drives or other sticks from the demo stick.
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Our most recent version of Sugar on a Stick was released on '''28 April 2020''' with '''Fedora 32'''.
| '''Location''' || '''Link'''
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<span class="linkgroup">[[File:Download Mirabell.png|link=https://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/32/Spins/x86_64/iso/Fedora-SoaS-Live-x86_64-32-1.6.iso]]</span>
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x86_64 (64-bit), see [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora/rawhide/install-guide/ How to install].
 
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| U.S.A. ''master'' || {{SoaS release path}}
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<span class="linkgroup">[[File:Download Mirabell.png|link=https://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/32/Spins/armhfp/images/Fedora-SoaS-armhfp-32-1.6-sda.raw.xz]]</span>
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armhfp Raspberry Pi 2 or 3, see [https://github.com/sugarlabs/sugar/blob/master/docs/rpi-soas.md How to install].
 
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| Europe ''mirror'' || http://ftp.snt.utwente.nl/pub/software/sugarlabs/soas/releases/soas-strawberry.iso
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| Netherlands ''mirror'' || http://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/Sugar/soas/releases/soas-strawberry.iso
 
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=====for the latest builds=====
 
http://download.sugarlabs.org/soas/snapshots/3/
 
  
====Confirming a proper download====
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See also;
  
A SHA hash is used to determine if the file downloaded properly. The SHA1SUM hash for the Strawberry iso is:
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* [[Sugar on a Stick/Download/hashes|How to verify downloads]].
41b08c93a65cc1e38286b9f8980f51528a36761d
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* How to quickly demonstrate: ([[Sugar on a Stick/Installation Process|English]]), ([[Sugar on a Stick/Proceso de instalacion|en español]])
  
You can check the SHA1SUM from the GNU/Linux shell:
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See the [https://spins.fedoraproject.org/soas/download/index.html Spins download page]<br> for the following:
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* 32-bit processor image
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* ARM<sup>®</sup> Technology downloads
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* Some support links
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* Many bugs have been fixed in these Respins, but new ones may occasionally render the download unbootable.
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* Checksums to verify the integrity of downloads are in a file at the top of the Respins directory.
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sha1sum soas-strawberry.iso
 
  
If the hash matches the number above, then you can be reasonably sure that the file downloaded properly.
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Sugar on a Stick is a Fedora® Spin operating system featuring the award-winning Sugar Learning Platform.

Sugar on a Stick will run on

  • any Notebook, Laptop, or Desktop computer, with a minimum of 1GB RAM, that can run Linux, Windows or macOS, using a USB thumbdrive or stick, as a Live USB,
  • a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3, using a microSD card, or;
  • any computer as a virtual machine.

You can use Sugar on a Stick to demo Sugar almost anywhere without disturbing the contents of the computer you use, and if people like what they see, you can install Sugar on a Stick to their hard drives or other sticks from the demo stick.


Our most recent version of Sugar on a Stick was released on 28 April 2020 with Fedora 32.

Download Mirabell.png x86_64 (64-bit), see How to install.

Download Mirabell.png armhfp Raspberry Pi 2 or 3, see How to install.

See also;

See the Spins download page
for the following:

  • 32-bit processor image
  • ARM® Technology downloads
  • Some support links


Fedora and the Infinity design logo are trademarks of Red Hat, Inc.