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brit [Emulation]
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 You will also need a virtual image of the OS you wish to emulate. You can get a .iso file of Fedora [[http://​fedoraproject.org/​get-fedora|here]]. The first time you run your virtual machine you will be prompted to provide a bootable drive. Use the disk image you just downloaded. If you run into errors attempting to run your virtual machine, your file may have been corrupted during the download. In this instance, you will have to re-download Fedora. Then, in VirtualBox, click on the yellow "​Settings"​ button on the top of the screen. On the left side of that screen click on storage, and in the center panel select the cd image under IDE controller. On the right there should be a section labeled attributes. Under that it will say CD/DVD drive. Click on the little disk icon next to the drop down menu to select a new disk image. You will also need a virtual image of the OS you wish to emulate. You can get a .iso file of Fedora [[http://​fedoraproject.org/​get-fedora|here]]. The first time you run your virtual machine you will be prompted to provide a bootable drive. Use the disk image you just downloaded. If you run into errors attempting to run your virtual machine, your file may have been corrupted during the download. In this instance, you will have to re-download Fedora. Then, in VirtualBox, click on the yellow "​Settings"​ button on the top of the screen. On the left side of that screen click on storage, and in the center panel select the cd image under IDE controller. On the right there should be a section labeled attributes. Under that it will say CD/DVD drive. Click on the little disk icon next to the drop down menu to select a new disk image.
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-Once you have created a Fedora virtual machine, it is also possible to use the cd image from sugar on a stick 
    
 Once you have a running emulation of Fedora, go to applications and then to add/remove software. Then search for sugar and select "The emulator for the Sugar Learning Environment"​ and any activities you want installed. You should then be able to run a sugar emulator. Once you have a running emulation of Fedora, go to applications and then to add/remove software. Then search for sugar and select "The emulator for the Sugar Learning Environment"​ and any activities you want installed. You should then be able to run a sugar emulator.
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 +===SOAS with VirtualBox===
 +It is also possible to use VirtualBox to run the Sugar on a Stick file. Go into settings for your Fedora virtual machine and change the disk image to the sugar on stick iso file. You should then be able to boot the Virtual Machine normally, and it will go directly to Sugar.
 ====Linux==== ====Linux====
 Familiarity with the Linux family of operating systems can be useful when dealing with the XO. If you haven'​t done so before, you might consider installing Linux on a machine you have access to. Ubuntu is a distribution that is particularly suited for beginners, and Fedora (the basis for the XO operating system) is good for intermediate users. The Gentoo installation process is considerably more involved, but upon completion you will have a better understanding and appreciation for Linux. ​ For Windows users, the Ubuntu CD provides Wubi, a Windows program that allows Ubuntu to be installed without re-partitioning your computer. ​ Sun Microsystem'​s VirtualBox provides Windows and Mac OS X users the ability to install any flavor of Linux as a virtual machine inside their existing OS, free of charge.  ​ Familiarity with the Linux family of operating systems can be useful when dealing with the XO. If you haven'​t done so before, you might consider installing Linux on a machine you have access to. Ubuntu is a distribution that is particularly suited for beginners, and Fedora (the basis for the XO operating system) is good for intermediate users. The Gentoo installation process is considerably more involved, but upon completion you will have a better understanding and appreciation for Linux. ​ For Windows users, the Ubuntu CD provides Wubi, a Windows program that allows Ubuntu to be installed without re-partitioning your computer. ​ Sun Microsystem'​s VirtualBox provides Windows and Mac OS X users the ability to install any flavor of Linux as a virtual machine inside their existing OS, free of charge.  ​
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 [[http://​www.eecis.udel.edu/​~rdeaton/​spyral|Spyral Documentation]] [[http://​www.eecis.udel.edu/​~rdeaton/​spyral|Spyral Documentation]]
  
 +=====Making a Game=====
 +These are two useful skeletons for building a game. These skeletons are compatible with various versions of sugar. The pygtk example is useful for games that don't require much animation. Otherwise, the pygame example is the better starting point.
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 +{{:​courses:​ct4y:​resources:​skeletons.rar|}}
 =====Virtual Machine===== =====Virtual Machine=====
 We have a virtual machine set up for our server needs. The information for it is located on [[virtualmachine|this]] page. We have a virtual machine set up for our server needs. The information for it is located on [[virtualmachine|this]] page.
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