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== About Sugar ==
'''Developers''': Those interested in developing Sugar software should visit our [http://developer.sugarlabs.org/ developer documentation website].
This section aims to be an introductory walkthrough of some of the methods of installing Sugar covered on the pages [[Sugar on a Stick/Installation]] and [[Supported systems]].
== Installing Sugar ==
Sugar can be installed as an Operating System installed on a Hard Drive, Live CD, or a USB Drive. Alternatively it supports almost all Debian-based and RHEL based Linux Operating Systems, and can be natively installed as a Desktop Environment.
Jump to [[#Sugar Live CD]] , [[#Sugar on a Stick]] or as [[#Sugar on a Virtual_Machine]]
===Sugar Live CD===
All VMs have excellent documentation on how to boot an .iso and again it is covered on this page [[Sugar on a Stick/Installation#SoaS on VirtualBox]] and the method to make a Sugar on a Stick from your VM, is covered here [[Sugar on a Stick/Installation#with Microsoft Windows]] in Method 3, Launch a virtual machine with the Sugar on a Stick .iso file, then run the script, livecd-iso-to-disk
== Please Explore Sugar ==