The 12 Moblin Distributors

Updated on 11 November 2019 by

We’ve been trying to track the announcements over the year but it’s been getting increasingly difficult. In an interview with Intel today I was able to get the definitive list of Linux distribution partners that are working with Intel to distribute Moblin.

Netbook / Nettop OSVs: Ubuntu, Asianux, Xandros, Linpus. Novell, gOS, Mandriva, Pixart, S2C, Turoblinux

MID OSVs: Ubuntu, Asianux, WindRiver

More on the Intel interview soon.

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  1. Moblin V2 Alpha-release targets Netbooks | UMPCPortal - The Mobile Internet and Computing Reference Site says:

    […] emphasis.) Netbooks are slowing down innovation. Obviously netbooks have been on the roadmap for Moblin for a long time and if Intel can provide an efficient core then it’s likely they can get the distributors to […]

  2. MIDs and Moblin. Where do we go now? | UMPCPortal - The Mobile Internet and Computing Reference Site says:

    […] got an extremely high chance of success because most Linux distributors for netbooks have already signed up to use it. Ubuntu, Asianux, Xandros, Linpus. Novell, gOS, Mandriva, Pixart, S2C, Turoblinux have all publicly […]

  3. GMA500 support on Linux not quite there yet. | UMPCPortal - The Mobile Internet and Computing Reference Site says:

    […] your own distro is exactly what Moblin is all about. 12 linux distributors have signed up to use Moblin  but if they can’t work with the Poulsbo chipset there’s […]

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