Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition Available on Dell's Mini 10v

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Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition Available on Dell's Mini 10v

Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition for the Inspiron Mini 10v is here. As we shared at the Intel Developer Forum today, Dell and Canonical have worked closely to ensure good hardware/software compatibility, and seamless integration between Ubuntu and Moblin. For those not familiar, Moblin is an open source project, created by Intel and hosted by the Linux Foundation, focused on building a Linux-based platform optimized for mobile devices. It has a unique user interface focused on using the Internet, social networking activity, and media consumption, and is optimized for small screens. The Moblin project recently released version 2.0, which includes many new features such as the myzone home screen panel, aggregation of social networking content (such as Twitter, last.fm, and instant messaging), a web browser optimized for the user interface, a "zoomable" media player, and an updated connection manager with a new user interface.

For a bit more, watch this demo from Doug Anson:



Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution, has combined the core Moblin Version 2.0 interface, libraries, and applications with the internals of Ubuntu Linux 9.04 to create a new Linux distribution, Ubuntu Moblin Remix. We have labeled this distribution as a "Developer Edition", as it is still a work in progress at this time. We are currently targeting developers, Linux enthusiasts, and early adopters who want to get an early look at the software and begin developing for Moblin, participating in the community, and using new technology.

Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition can be purchased factory-installed on an Inspiron Mini 10v on from www.dell.com/ubuntu. To download the Ubuntu Moblin Remix installation image, or for more information, please visit our Moblin wiki page

Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition on the Dell Mini 10v

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  • This is too cool. Rock on Dell!

  • Oh, it's too great, but for Spain we can't get a Dell Mini with ubuntu installed, we have to pay Windows XP license. Only the one with 8Gb SSD hard disk is available with ubuntu 8.04. But, if you live in the united states, you are lucky, you can buy a Dell mini with ubuntu. So well, maybe I get an Acer Aspire One that comes with linux in Spain.