Linux installation - After download of SMOS the next step to make USB bootable:
unzip -x SMOS-Linux-2.0.zip
dd if=~/SMOS-Linux-2.0.img of=/dev/sdX bs=1M
Change "X" in command line to letter of your USB Device. This "X" in part of line "of=/dev/sdX".
Windows installation - Download Disk Imager first from:
Insert your USB.
Select the drive letter assigned to your USB.
Start Disk Imager.
Select the downloaded IMG file (SMOS-Linux-2.0.img) and target device, and click Write.
Mac installation - Insert the USB stick and open terminal to find out which device is the USB stick (e.g. dev/disk2), type:
diskutil unmountDisk /dev/diskX
sudo dd if=/path/to/SMOS-Linux-2.0.img of=/dev/diskX bs=10m
Change "X" in command line to letter of your USB Device. This "X" in part of line "of=/dev/diskX".
** Linux, Widnows, Mac - Writing on the USB will take some time. Remove your flash media when the operation is completed.
When it finishes, you will need to turn off your rig and boot your USB stick.
Set Legacy Boot mode in your BIOS settings before first run.
SMOS Linux is ready for use now. The next steps are to set up pool and config information after your rig boots up. Got to How to use page where you can find all necessary information.
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