The latest version of SmartSim is: 1.2.1
Get SmartSim for the Raspberry Pi:
SmartSim is now included and pre-installed by default in the latest downloadable Raspbian image, so you should be able to run SmartSim on a fresh Raspbian installation without needing to install it yourself. Run by typing the command:
If SmartSim is not pre-installed on your Raspberry Pi:
SmartSim is in the Raspbian Repository, so to install it you can just type:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install smartsim
You can also download the deb package here:
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You can install the downloaded package and its dependencies with:
sudo dpkg -i smartsim_1.2.1-4_armhf.deb
sudo apt-get -f install
Get SmartSim for Windows:
|Windows 32 Bit||Zip Archive||b63a082a931dcda475224ae8b3f6dbf5|
Full instructions for installing from the zip archive can be found in the user manual.
Get SmartSim for Linux:
|Linux 32 Bit (x86)||GZip Compressed Tar Archive||89acdf862856a6d42cd8764df61814aa|
|Linux 64 Bit (x86_64)||GZip Compressed Tar Archive||8946953eb0d11643063360248b8d5274|
Full instructions for installing from the tar.gz archive can be found in the user manual.
Get the source code:
You can get the latest source code release at GitHub: https://github.com/ashleynewson/SmartSim
Get the SmartSim User Manual:
Download the User Manual to help you get started using SmartSim. The user manual includes some short tutorials to teach you how to design and simulate using SmartSim.