Using Sugar on Fedora
Fedora is an operating system based on the Linux kernel, developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat. -- wikipedia.org
In relation to Sugar, Fedora is a downstream distribution project that can be used to run Sugar.
Using Sugar as a Desktop Environment
Install Fedora. Then, in a Terminal, type:
sudo dnf groupinstall sugar-desktop
Then restart your computer. At the Sign in select the Sugar desktop.
Using Sugar with another Desktop Environment
Select the GNOME on Xorg or GNOME Classic desktop, then in a Terminal, type:
sudo dnf groupinstall sugar-desktop sudo dnf install sugar-runner sugar-runner
Sugar will start. Logout from Sugar to return to the desktop environment you were previously using.
Sugar is also available from Activities search in GNOME.
Using Sugar from a USB drive - Sugar on a Stick
Sugar on a Stick (SoaS) is a Fedora spin, made from Fedora and Sugar together.
SoaS starts from a USB drive ("stick"), and can be installed with the Fedora installation process. Or, the Fedora installer may be started from the Sugar Terminal activity, with the command , or using a tutorial.