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Maemo

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Maemo is a software platform developed by Nokia and then handed over to Hildon Foundation for smartphones and Internet tablets2 The platform comprises both the Maemo operating system and SDK

Maemo is mostly based on open-source code and has been developed by Maemo Devices within Nokia in collaboration with many open-source projects such as the Linux kernel, Debian, and GNOME Maemo is based on Debian GNU/Linux and draws much of its GUI, frameworks, and libraries from the GNOME project It uses the Matchbox window manager and the GTK-based Hildon framework as its GUI and application framework

The user interface in Maemo 4 is similar to many hand-held interfaces and features a "home" screen, from which all applications and settings are accessed The home screen is divided into areas for launching applications, a menu bar, and a large customizable area that can display information such as an RSS reader, Internet radio player, and Google search box The Maemo 5 user interface is slightly different; the menu bar and info area are consolidated to the top of the display, and the four desktops can be customized with shortcuts and widgets

At the Mobile World Congress in February 2010, it was announced that the Maemo project would be merging with Moblin to create the MeeGo mobile software platform Despite that, the Maemo community continued to be active, and in late 2012 Nokia began transferring Maemo ownership to the newly established Hildon Foundation345

Contents

  • 1 User Interface
    • 11 OS2005–OS2008
    • 12 Maemo 5 Fremantle
  • 2 Features
    • 21 Updating
    • 22 Security
  • 3 Software architecture
  • 4 Software
    • 41 Third-party applications
    • 42 Media support
  • 5 Software development
  • 6 Hardware
  • 7 Version history
    • 71 OS2005
    • 72 OS2006
    • 73 OS2007
    • 74 OS2008
      • 741 Diablo
      • 742 SSU
    • 75 Maemo 5
    • 76 Hacker Editions
    • 77 Alternative desktops
  • 8 Derivatives
    • 81 MeeGo
    • 82 Harmattan
    • 83 Mer
    • 84 Qt
  • 9 Release history
    • 91 Naming
  • 10 Maemo Summit
  • 11 See also
  • 12 References
  • 13 External links

User Interfaceedit

OS2005–OS2008edit

Up to Maemo 4 AKA OS2008, the default screen is the "Home" screen — the central point from which all applications and settings are accessed The Home Screen is divided into the following areas:

  • Vertically down the left hand side of the screen is the taskbar, with applets for the web browser, communications, and application menu by default These can be modified using third party plug-ins eg to provide a favorites or command menu
  • Horizontally across the top left half is the menu bar, which shows the application name and window title, and gives access to the application's menu which contains the typical file, edit, view, tools, etc, menus and sub-menus
  • Horizontally across the top right quadrant is the status bar, containing icons such as battery life, wireless connection, volume, Bluetooth status, and brightness by default These can be expanded using third party plug-ins in the same manner as the task-bar
  • The remaining large part of the display contains Home applets roughly analogous to Apple Inc's Dashboard widgets, which can display data as well as serving as a shortcut to applications These include an RSS reader, Internet radio player, Google search box and contact list by default, but can also be expanded with third party plug-ins

The interface uses either the touch screen, or a directional pad and select button, with separate back, menu, and home buttons It is capable of receiving text input through handwriting recognition, two different sizes of on-screen keyboard and hardware keyboard input with the N8106

Maemo 5 Fremantleedit

The Nokia N900 has the Linux-based Maemo 5 OS

The user interface in Maemo 5 is different from its predecessors It provides four fully customizable with the ability to add/remove widgets, move widgets around, change the background and customize shortcuts to applications/contacts "Home" screens,7 called Panorama Desktop8 Switching from one desktop to the others is done by sliding one's finger horizontally on the background The dashboard is accessed via the upper left icon and shows all the running applications, in a manner similar to the Exposé feature in Apple's Mac OS X operating system From the dashboard, running applications can be brought back to full screen by tapping the preview window, and applications can be closed by tapping an X-symbol located in the top right corner of the preview window, similar to the concept of closing applications in other operating systems The application launcher, where all the installed applications can be launched, can also be accessed from the dashboard910 If no task or application is running in the background, tapping the top left icon skips the dashboard and directly displays the application launcher

Maemo provides the Mozilla-based MicroB web-browser with complete Adobe Flash support It supports an 800×480 display resolution, so some web pages can be viewed without horizontal scrolling It can automatically connect to known wireless networks, download RSS feeds and email and disconnect automatically without user intervention11

Advanced Packaging Tool with a command-line apt-get client can be used to install applications Users can subscribe to different software repositories, which can then be used to automatically keep software up to date The application manager also provides an overview of everything currently installed on the system Data can be synchronized with a PC via a USB connection, and the user's files can be accessed using the standard Removable Storage Device protocol11

A new update Version 21201138-1002 was released onto the Nokia N900 on 2 November 201112 as an OTA update The new version mostly consists of security updates This is considered to be the final official update to Maemo 5/Fremantle shipped by Nokia

Further development of Maemo 5 happens as a community effort in Maemo-CSSU13

Featuresedit

Updatingedit

Maemo devices can be updated using a simple flashing method with a computer over USB

Since Diablo Maemo 41, Maemo supports "Seamless Software Update" SSU, which allows incremental operating system upgrades "over the air" using the Advanced Packaging Tool, without the need for a full flash with every update14

Flashing remains available as a way to start over from scratch with a clean installation much like formatting a hard drive and reinstalling an operating system on a PC15

Securityedit

See also: Mobile security

The quick start guide for developers warns that Maemo security concentrates on preventing remote attacks eg by wireless networking and Bluetooth It also warns that Maemo's root account has a trivial default password user: gainroot, password: rootme which needs to be changed before enabling remote access16

Maemo employs a numeric security code as a way to lock the device's controls and display independently of the root password, to help prevent unauthorised access17

Software architectureedit

Maemo is a modified version of the Debian GNU/Linux distribution, slimmed down for mobile devices18 It uses an X Window System-based graphical user interface using Xomap and the Matchbox window manager The GUI uses the GTK+ toolkit and Hildon user interface widgets and API19

BusyBox, a software package for embedded and mobile devices, replaces the GNU Core Utilities used in Debian-proper to reduce memory usage and storage requirements at the expense of some functionality20

ESD is used as the primary sound server, and GStreamer is used by the shipped media player to play back sounds and movies The formats supported by GStreamer can be extended by compiling GStreamer plugins in scratchbox Maemo SDK, which was done, for example, to bring Ogg support to the platform,21 as well as experimental features such as WebM and VP8 after they were announced by Google22 Third-party media players can access GStreamer directly or via "osso-media-server"citation needed

Window management is handled by the Matchbox window manager, which limits the screen to showing a single window at a time Ubuntu Netbook Edition implements a similar system This is to improve usability on a mobile device with a small screen

Although Maemo is based on GNU/Linux and other open source software, some parts of Maemo remain closed source These include some user-space software, like certain status bar and taskbar applets including the display brightness applet and applications, and some system daemons related to connectivity and power management23

Softwareedit

Maemo comes with a number of built-in applications, but additional applications can be installed from a number of sources, including various official and community software repositories, and deb files through either the built-in package manager "Application manager", or the Advanced Packaging Tool and dpkg Bundled applications include the Mozilla-based MicroB browser, Macromedia Flash player, Gizmo5, and Skype24

Third-party applicationsedit

Due in part to the free and open source nature of Linux and Maemo, porting applications to Maemo is a straightforward procedure Because of this, there are many third-party applications available for the platform Some applications are original software written specifically for Maemo, while other applications are straight ports of existing Linux programs Some notable software includes:

Media players Canola with network streaming, MPlayer Internet Claws Mail, Modest, Midori, Firefox for mobile, Opera Mobile Office applications Gnumeric spreadsheet, Abiword word processing Instant Messaging Pidgin VOIP Gizmo5, Skype Games The Battle for Wesnoth, Wormux, Doom, Angry Birds Others FBReader e-book reader, GPE OpenSync compatible PIM, rdesktop RDP remote access, Rhapsody subscription music, US only, ScummVM game emulator, Free42S HP 42S calculator emulator, gPodder podcast client, Maemo Mapper includes GPS functionality, MaemoMyth MythTV frontend that uses GMythStream, Monsoon HAVA TV viewer and controller, Navit GPS navigation software, Obscura Photo Manager, Palm Emulator from Access ARM based Palm emulator, Phonelink SMS and voice caller via BT, Quiver Image Viewer, SDict Viewer sdict-based dictionary/encyclopedia viewer, Vagalume LastFM player, VNC, YouAmp music player, LogMeIn Browser Plugin Fremantle Stars Applications developed by the community and supported by Nokia as Fremantle Stars will be part of Maemo 525 Some notable applications include: Mauku micro-blogging client,26 Maemo Mapper map application,27 Numpty Physics game,28 ScummVM game, includes Beneath a Steel Sky,29 Xournal notes/sketch utility,30 Fennec web browser,31 FBReader e-book reader,32 OSM2Go OpenStreetMap editor33 Debian OpenOfficeorg running on Maemo 5 using Easy Debian The complete ARM Debian distribution can be installed as a Maemo application,34 making thousands of software packages available including OpenOfficeorg, Mozilla Firefox, Java, the GNOME and LXDE desktops, etc Debian ARM packages can also be used if they are modified with the maemo-optify tool35 The ability to run largely unmodified linux packages sets Maemo apart from other Linux-based mobile operating systems, such as Android and webOScitation needed

Media supportedit

Other media types, such as the audio format OGG, can be added with the use of community plug-ins

Video MPEG-1, MPEG-4 ASP H263, RealVideo, AVI, 3GP Audio/playlists MP3, RealAudio, MPEG-4, AAC, WAV, AMP, MP2, AMR, AWB, M4A, WMA OGG/Vorbis requires addon package, M3U, PLS Image/Animation JPEG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, SVG Tiny, ICO Text/layout text files, PDF, HTML

Software developmentedit

Software can be developed in C using the Maemo SDK, Java which is supported by the Jalimo JVM,36 Python, Ruby, Mono, Vala, Perl and Pascal

The Maemo SDK is based around the Debian-oriented Scratchbox Cross Compilation Toolkit, which provides a sandbox environment in which development may take place Scratchbox uses QEMU to emulate an ARM processor or sbrsh to remotely execute instructions Scratchbox-compatible rootstraps are available for both x86 and ARM, so the majority of development and debugging takes place on x86, with final packaging being for ARM37

As a new feature of the Maemo operating system, Maemo 5 offers the Qt library as a community-supported component, alongside the officially supported GTK+ backend This will change with the Harmattan release, which will add the Qt library as the default, with GTK+ becoming community-supported38 The programming languages Python, C and C++ will also be supported

The Nokia Developer Wiki community has articles about Qt development, and includes tutorials and articles about development for the Maemo operating system

Hardwareedit

The Maemo operating system is designed for Nokia Internet Tablets, which feature very similar specifications to Nokia's high-end N-series and E-series cellphones, with TI OMAP ARM SoCs, large screens, and expandable internal storage39 Although the highly optimized, hardware-specific nature of Maemo renders its operation on non-Internet tablet hardware very difficult, most of the important non-proprietary parts of the operating system, along with some of the available third-party applications, are actively being packaged for Debian and are available for use on other distributions, which will open up a large range of other hardware options40

Nokia runs the Maemo operating system on the Nokia N900 and Nokia N9

Version historyedit

Versions of Maemo and of some of the forks

OS2005edit

OS2005 Desktop

Shipped with the 770 in November 2005, this is the original Internet tablet OS It came bundled with the Opera web browser, Flash 6, basic email and RSS clients, audio and video players, PDF and image viewers, a graphical Advanced Packaging Tool, front-end dubbed simply "Application manager", and a variety of simple games and utilities41

OS2006edit

OS2006 showing Pimlico Dates

On 16 May 2006, Nokia announced a new version of Internet Tablet OS,42 which was subsequently released as a beta version for the 770 on 9 June 2006 and as a production version on 20 June 200643 The update featured improved performance and stability, a built-in Google Talk client, a refreshed look, and a new full-screen finger keyboard Because of significant API and architecture changes, existing applications required recompiling It is the last officially supported Internet Tablet OS release for the 770

Also included was the ability to support 2 GB RS-MMC cards FAT formatted The Linux kernel was upgraded to 2616, with the associated patches for the OMAP platform included This new version uses kernel preemption for improved interactivity

OS2007edit

OS2007 Desktop showing OMWeather

OS2007 was released and bundled with the N800 on 8 January 2007, after its unveiling at the Las Vegas CES 2007 summit It featured significant bug fixes and performance improvements in almost all areas of the OS, bringing updated versions of the Opera web browser and Adobe Flash Player 7, an updated interface and various API and library updates

OS2008edit

OS2008 Desktop

OS2008 was released with the N810 in November 2007, based on Linux 2621, and featuring MicroB, a new Mozilla-based web browser that replaces Opera It also features integrated Samba file sharing and additional support for Windows Media Player Formats and H264 and improved support for USB devices,4445 among other incremental UI improvements particularly in the direction of finger-friendliness46 Dynamic frequency scaling between 165 MHz and 400 MHz was also implemented, which gave the N800 a 70 MHz speed increase47

Diabloedit

Diablo is the codename for the OS2008 Feature Upgrade corresponding to Maemo 41,48 released in June 200849 Major features include significant improvements to the built-in Application manager, incremental operating system upgrades without reflashing "Seamless Software Update", SSU, Modest as the default mail client, and a new version of the MicroB browser with better performance and some interface improvements though still based on the same Gecko release as Chinook's MicroB5051 Diablo also included an implementation of the WiMAX stack for the short-lived N810 variation called N810 WiMAX edition52

SSUedit

SSU, in particular, is one of the most significant parts of the Diablo release, as it eliminates the flash-based upgrade system of previous Maemo releases which required the user to completely wipe their device with each upgrade With SSU, the user can receive "over-the-air" updates This also decouples bundled software updates from the major system updates, as was required with the flash-based method, so Nokia can release more frequent updates to individual packages than before53

The first SSU update was pushed on 11 August 2008, and brought Diablo up to version 4200830-2 The update primarily features MicroB, Modest, and connectivity framework updates as well as a number of other minor bugfixes

Maemo 5edit

Maemo 5 Screenshot

Maemo 5, also known as Fremantle,48 is the default operating system on the Nokia N900 The release features a much more finger-friendly and consistent user interface, and an X-server based on Xorg rather than KDrive5455 It also features several new technologies, including the Tracker search system, PulseAudio replacing ESD, the OHM hardware management daemon, the gUPnP UPnP framework, enhanced location framework, and Upstart Several existing technologies have also been updated, including Gecko, BlueZ, gstreamer will include OpenMAX, GTK+, and Telepathy5657

Maemo 5 comes with new hardware, the Nokia N900 featuring a Texas Instruments OMAP3 SoC, with an HSPA modem and HD camera, which provides significant improvements in speed, 3D acceleration, and media playback Nokia decided that the commercial Maemo 5 platform releases will not be available on N800/N810 hardware, for compatibility reasons58 An open source Linux project called Mer, a variant of Maemo, has been formed to provide an alternative, fully open operating system for mobile devices including the Nokia N800 and N81059

Unlike most smartphones, the end-user is able to gain root access by installing an application, such as the "rootsh",60 and then issuing the appropriate command in the terminal in Maemo 561 The device does not need to be unlocked or "jailbroken" in order to install an unsupported application The UK cellular operator Vodafone has its own branded, somewhat more restricted version of the Maemo 5 operating system Users can flash change to the global variant of the operating system if they wish

The Maemo 5 operating system comes preloaded with a variety of applications such as:

Web Maemo Browser Mozilla based web browser with Adobe Flash 94,62 RSS reader Phone application VoIP Session initiation protocol, Skype63 Conversations IM chat and SMS, no MMS64 Media Camera, Photos, Media player Production Email, Calendar, PDF reader, Contacts Ovi Maps Find position on a map using the GPS, Search an address or location, Plan routes Utilities Clock, Notes, Calculator, Sketch System Tools File manager, Application manager for downloads, Widgets Games Bounce, Chess, Blocks, Marbles and Mahjong

Nokia expects the open source community to play a large part in the development of applications for Maemo 565 For example, Nokia has launched a contest at the onedotzero festival in London called PUSH N900 aimed at designers, artists, hackers and modders The contest invites participants "to connect the N900 to something you love"66

More than 1500 additional applications mostly free to download and use have been created by third-party developers67

Hacker Editionsedit

Nokia's release of the N800 in January 2007 included Internet Tablet OS 2007 OS2007 ran only on the N800 and Nokia had no plans to release it for the 770; however feedback from disgruntled 770 owners68 led Nokia to release an unsupported hybrid of OS2006 and OS2007, dubbed Internet Tablet OS 2007 Hacker Edition, in February 200769 OS2007HE combined the binary parts of OS2006 with most of the updated libraries and user-space applications of OS2007

Nokia followed the release of the N810 and OS2008 in November 2007 with the OS2008 Hacker Edition for the 770 on 14 February 2008, employing a similar method to the OS2007HE release to create a hybrid between OS2006 and OS2007 The Hacker Editions allow 770 users to access the latest Internet Tablet OS releases and third-party software, although due to the 770's hardware limitations and the increased CPU requirements of OS2008, performance is inferior to that of OS2007 HE in most areas70

Alternative desktopsedit

In addition to the officially supported Hildon environment that comes standard on the tablets, several alternate desktop systems are available Penguinbait, a member of the Internet Tablet Talk community, has successfully ported KDE 3,71 Openbox,72 and Xfce73 to the N800 and N810 the N770 is able to run an early version of the KDE port A port of KDE Plasma Workspaces were developed74 LXDE is the default desktop for the Easy Debian distribution, which is installed as a single application under Maemo but provides access to the full range of software in the ARM Debian distribution including GIMP, Iceweasel/Firefox and OpenOffice34 via a chroot environment

Derivativesedit

Maemo and its related mobile operating systems

MeeGoedit

Main article: MeeGo

In the wake of the release of the MeeGo code base, there are two main community efforts to bring MeeGo to the current Maemo devices N800, N810, and N900, as Nokia has launched the N9, which is powered by MeeGo These efforts are the MeeGo adaptation for the N800 and N810 devices,7576 and the MeeGo to N900 project77

Harmattanedit

Harmattan was originally planned as a transitional operating system developed by Nokia, meant to be a bridge between Nokia's Maemo and the MeeGo project It is still using the APT package manager for applications, but the graphical user interface and major parts of the system were improved, rewritten from scratch or rebased on top of Meego frameworks It is heavily using the Qt libraries instead of GTK+/Hildon, and introduced a new UI paradigm based on Swipe gestures, done from the edge of the screen7879 After problems with the original Meego project, Nokia decided to rename Harmattan to Meego/Harmattan and is now shipping their N9 with this OS

Meredit

Main article: Mer software distribution

Mer is a completely free and open-source software distribution targeting mobile and embedded systems, first developed for reimplementing Maemo in the open, and then rebased on top of the MeeGo tools

Qtedit

In January 2008, Nokia began the process of acquiring Trolltech, the developer of the Qt application framework Nokia has since announced plans for the Qt libraries to be bundled with Maemo by Q4 2008, though without a platform-specific "hildonized" user interface as is offered with GTK meaning Qt applications will look different from hildonized GTK applications8081 This will make porting of Qt applications to the platform easier for developers, and make new applications available to users Qt support on S60 devices will likely lead to cross-platform application sharing between the two platforms8283 The announcement has been met with mixed reactions in the developer community8485

Release historyedit

Namingedit

Maemo codenames are named for winds For example, the latest release, codenamed "Fremantle", is a reference to the Fremantle Doctor, the Western Australian vernacular term for the cooling afternoon sea breeze which occurs during summer months in south west coastal areas of Western Australia

Version Codename Build identifier Release date First device shipped with Notes Devices Supported
OS2005 11 - 2200545-1 November 2005 770 770
3200551-13 December 2005 770
5200613-7 April 2006 770
OS2006 20 Mistral 0200622-21 May 2006 Beta release 770
1200626-8 May 2006 770
21 Scirocco 2200639-14 November 2006 770
22 Gregale 3200649-2 January 2007 770 770
OS2007 30 Bora 2200651-6 January 2007 N800 770, N800
31 3200710-7 March 2007 770, N800
32 4200726-8 July 2007 770, N800
4200738-2 October 2007 SDHC corruption fix 770, N800
OS2008 40 Chinook 1200742-18 November 2007 N810 N810 only N810
1200742-19 November 2007 Kernel upgrade only N810 only N810
1200744-4 November 2007 Beta release N800 only N800
2200750-2 November 2007 770, N800, N810
2200751-3 January 2008 NOLO Nokia bootloader upgrade only 770, N800, N810
41 Diablo 4200823-14 June 2008 Adds SSU Seamless Software Update support N800, N810
4200830-2 August 2008 First SSU update N800, N810
4200836-5 September 2008 N800, N810
5200843-7 December 2008 N800, N810
Maemo 5 50 Fremantle 1200942-11 November 2009 N900 Bundled officially supported Qt libraries PR12, emphasis on finger use rather than stylus use N900
1200944-1 January 2010 Preparatory release for the 2200951-1 firmware, released only OTA Over-the-air to 1200942-11 users N900
2200951-1 January 2010 Also known as PR1186 N900
3201002-8 February 2010 Preparatory release for the PR12 firmware Also known as PR11187 N900
10201012-9 May 2010 PR12, Hong Kong only, with Chinese input methods,88 with Chinese input support89 N900
10201019-1 May 2010 PR12, Skype and Google video calls, Facebook IM chat, improved Maps, portrait browsing, improved email, Qt 46 enabling new applications89 N900
20201036-2 25 October 2010 PR13, Qt 470, full OVI-Suite support, updated kernel with kexec patches for MeeGo, bug fixes N900
21201138-1 26 October 2011 PR131, Fixes DigiNotar issue and control panel applet security issue N900
MeeGo 10 Arlington 10 26 May 2010 Primarily a Netbook release; only a code drop was released for mobile devices the Nokia N900 N900, etc
11 Irvine 11 28 October 2010 Touch-based devices support proposed with the Handset UX90 Aava and Nokia N900
12 Harmattan 1201134-2 N950 Bundled officially supported Qt libraries, begins the transition to MeeGo, includes MeeGo libraries but core system is Maemo N9, N950

: Hacker Editions, Nokia-released, but community-maintained Primarily used by developers to continue developing programs while using older hardware

Maemo Summitedit

In 2008 and 2009, Maemo developers and users gathered at the Maemo Summit, the registration for which was free Each participant got a badge and a Maemo T-shirt

The 2009 Maemo Summit was held in Amsterdam on 9 October91 The first day was the Nokia day, with the other two days dedicated to community contributions Nearly 400 developers attended the summit Nokia gave out 300 N900 devices to independent developers during the summit

The 2009 Maemo Summit was also the last Maemo Summit since MeeGo was launched The event was replaced by the MeeGo Conference

See alsoedit

  • Easy Peasy
  • Hildon
  • Jolla
  • MeeGo
  • oFono
  • Symbian
  • Tizen
  • Ubuntu Mobile
  • Nokia N900
  • Nokia N950
  • Sailfish OS

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