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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 29 October 2019 with Fedora 31.

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


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