How does it work?
Each device (phone, laptop, tablet) running the sma50 operating system is connected to your network. Each time you connect, the SMa50 checks the status of your device on the internet and sends all device-state data to a central server where it can be analyzed.
How do I use sma50?
Sma50 has been written to run on many different Linux distributions and can run in both test mode and production mode.
To activate the test mode, simply go with the -t option and enter sma50 test.
To activate production mode, simply add a -p parameter to boot.conf
What is the default sma50 kernel?
The default SMa50 kernel is based on the Ubuntu kernel, available here: http://www.ubuntu.com/kernel/testing and can be found as source RPM file: http://pubs.freedesktop.org/fedora/src/releases/17.7/stable/ubuntu17.7-desktop-amd64-i386.deb . You can also install Debian/Ubuntu Linux, Mint or Xubuntu by downloading or unzipped a kernel from the linuxkernel.org or linux.org mailing lists by following the “How To”s.
Where can I download the SMa50 source from?
Sma50 source code is available here: http://libreoffice.org/sma50/download/
Which releases are available?
This is an exhaustive list of current SMa50 releases.
For each release we list all relevant changes, improvements and security fixes.
Does sma50 work on other flavors/distributions?
Yes, sma50 depends on the kernel and uses different components than the “standard” sma50. We also have a separate, older, sma50-dev branch that uses the Fedora KDE and Gnome3-base kernel.
What about Windows/MacOS?
Sma50 can be run as a windows/macOS application but as far as we know these are the only two flavors other than Ubuntu that have sma50 support.
Why is sma50 unstable?
The original sma50 was written with a focus on ease of
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