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Novell planning Suse MeeGo release for netbooks

By   |  June 1, 2010

Suse Linux owner Novell said today that it would offer Suse MeeGo as a fully supported operating system for netbooks.

The company, which recently reported poor results and is facing possible acquisition, said that it expected Suse MeeGO to be installed on a variety of devices in the next 12 months. Specifics of the devices where not made available.

In a release today Novell said that Suse MeeGO would be built on a codestream from the MeeGo project. MeeGo is the mobile-focused Linux operating system developed by Intel and Nokia.

From the press release:

SUSE MeeGo builds on the longstanding collaboration between Novell and Intel to encourage OEMs and original design manufacturers (ODMs) to adopt Moblin. This effort has met with strong success, as large ODMs, including Samsung and MSI, have shipped netbook and mobile devices powered by SUSE Moblin. A leading contributor to the Moblin project, Novell is now also a key participant in the development of MeeGo. To support the development of new Linux-based operating systems, Novell has established Novell OpenLabs in Taiwan, in conjunction with the local government there.


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