"easypeasy one-point-five (or as I would say it: en-komma-fem) is finished, and it finished up real good. We’ve taken our time to iron out bugs and put in new features to again give the netbook community a great Linux distribution." Jon Ramvi said in the official release announcement.
Highlights of Easy Peasy 1.5:
· Based on Ubuntu 9.04;
· Linux kernel 2.6.30 (optimized for netbooks);
· New artwork;
· Added support for more netbooks;
· A hybrid image is now available for download;
· Ability to install from a Macbook;
· USB installation support;
· EXT4 is now the default filesystem;
· Banshee replaces Songbird, as the default music player;
· Ability to run 3D applications on a 3D desktop;
· The hard-drive footprint is now smaller;
· OpenOffice.org office suite 3.1;
· Updated many applications;
· Ubuntu security updates are now available for Easy Peasy users;
...and many annoying bugs were fixed!
About Easy PeasyFormerly known as Ubuntu Eee, Easy Peasy is a Linux distribution based on the popular Ubuntu operating system, but specifically designed for netbooks. With a very efficient and good-looking interface to help differentiate your netbook from regular, portable computers, a full-blown Internet experience with Mozilla Firefox, Java and Flash, as well as complete office capabilities through the latest OpenOffice.org suite, Easy Peasy is a good way to unleash all of your netbook's power. The extended hardware support available enables you to install and use Easy Peasy on all existing netbook models.
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