The standard targeting environment assumes:
- End users have reliable Internet connectivity at all times.
- Server is located on the Internet and has singular access point.
For now, there are the following Sugar Network servers publicly available on the Internet:
Development server that does not contain important data and is free for any experiments (administrative privileges for anonymous users);
Recent stable release with regular data import from the production server; is still free for any experiments;
Point clients to one of the existing Sugar Network servers by populating the
/etc/sweets.conf configuration file with the following options:
[client] api-url = SERVER-API-URL-HERE
By default, clients look for the production server.
Follow the Try it install instructions to setup Sugar Network client.
While working, Sugar Network client logs can be found
~/.sugar/default/logs/sugar-network-client file. The logging verbosity level depends on the global Sugar setting.
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- Ask your question on IRC channels, #sugar (not logged) or #sugar-newbies (logged).