SHR (operating system)

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SHR
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SHR Core
DeveloperSHR community
OS familyUnix-like
Working stateCurrent
Source modelOpen source
Available inMultilingual
Update methodopkg
Package manageropkg
PlatformsARM
Kernel typeMonolithic (Linux)
UserlandGNU
Default user interfaceEnlightenment's Illume 2
LicenseMainly the GNU GPL / plus various other licenses
Official websiteshr-project.org

SHR (formerly Stable Hybrid Release) is a community-driven Linux distribution for smartphones which is based on OpenEmbedded and the FSO framework. Several different graphical toolkits are made available, such as GTK+ and Qt.[1][2]

System requirements[edit]

The current unstable and testing release is for Openmoko's Neo 1973 and FreeRunner, both having an ARM architecture. At the moment SHR Core is being ported to Nexus S, GTA04 and Nokia N900 devices.

Shipped software[edit]

The following software packages are shipped and pre-installed by default:

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