On 2009-03-31, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> claimed:
> Moblin V2 vs. Ubuntu Netbook Remix vs. Ubuntu MID
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>| Last week Intel had pushed out a second alpha release of Moblin V2 and now it
>| boots even faster, which means they are down to the point of being able to
>| boot in just a few seconds. Beyond a very quick boot process, they have
>| already incorporated kernel mode-setting and other newer Linux/X.Org
>| technologies while also working to build a desktop environment around the
>| Clutter OpenGL tool-kit. Moblin is certainly turning into an interesting
>| Intel creation, but how does its performance compare to other mobile-focused
>| Linux distributions? We have benchmarked Moblin V2 Alpha 2 and compared it
>| against what is likely their biggest competitor in the mobile space, Ubuntu
>| Netbook Remix, and the LPIA-based Ubuntu MID edition. Which of these mobile
>| operating systems is the fastest? We hope to find out today.
I tried the Ubuntu remix and thought it sucked. Then again, after I
installed and used Eeebuntu for awhile I started having problems with
the HAL daemon (no problem for about a week, than BAM-O) and eventually
found a fix (I kill it, it restarts and everything is okey-dokey). So I
added it to a login script. Couldn't find anybody on the Eeebuntu forum
that would take up trying to help with it.
Maybe it's the same problem.
Time to play some more with Easy Peasy, I think.
You feel a whole lot more like you do now than you did when you used