- Ozeki 10
- Say Hello to Ozeki 10
- Get to Know Ozeki 10
- Up Close with Ozeki 10
- Operating Systems Supported
- Setup Ozeki 10 on a Windows PC
- Setup Ozeki 10 on Linux
- Setup Ozeki 10 on Android
- Setup Ozeki 10 on Raspberry Pi
- Setup Ozeki 10 on Asus TinkerOS
- OZEKI 10 Software Requirements
- OZEKI 10 Hardware Options
- Installation guide
- Terms and Definitions
- Ozeki 10 Guide
- HTTP API
- Network speed calculate
- Bulk Messenger
- Cluster Software
- Developer tools
Ozeki 10 Hardware requirements and Setup
Using Ozeki 10 should always start with understanding the basic concepts. Ozeki 10 is a Layer 2 OS. This means, it runs on your existing operating system and extends it's functionality. Ozeki 10 adds crucial capabilities, that are missing. These capabilities, such as SMS messaging, P2P (peer to peer) instant messaging, message based hardware device and robot control, etc enable you to do much more with your system. Confused? You needn’t be.
Ozeki 10 makes things very simple, because it handles every entity, that can send or receive messages as a "Connection" and it converts every bit of information supplied by or consumed by a connection into a message. This makes it a surprisingly powerful OS. This concept combined with the powerhouse performance is capable of so much but first we need to make sure we have everything needed to get up and running. Throughout this section we help you figure out what’s needed in terms of connectivity, and hardware and software requirements.
From there we look at getting the Ozeki 10 set up and ready to use, regardless of whether you’re working with a Windows or Linux PC, a Raspberry Pi or an Android mobile. By the end of this section you’ll have an Ozeki 10 running and brimming with potential.