For Those Intel Netbooks, There's A MeeGo 1.0 Update
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 7 July 2010 at 09:20 PM EDT. 3 Comments
MeeGo, the joint project between Nokia and Intel that married the Maemo and Moblin operating systems together as one superior Linux-based operating system for Intel Atom netbooks and select Nokia devices, has a new stable 1.0 series update. This is actually the first update since MeeGo 1.0 was released for these mobile devices since the inaugural release in late May.

This update carries over 100 bug-fixes, including the upgrading of the Linux kernel against the 2.6.33.5 kernel, improved 3D performance via DRM and Mesa updates, web browser enhancements, improvements to visuals and the window manager, full support for the GNOME Proxy, and many other changes.

For more information on this first MeeGo 1.0 update for Atom-powered netbooks, read this page on the MeeGo web-site.
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