The folks behind the MeeGo Linux environment for netbooks have pushed out the first update since launching MeeGo 1.0 a few months ago. Version 1.01 doesn’t include any major new features, but it does sport a number of improvements including:

  • Faster USB storage finding time
  • Better 3D performance
  • Enhanced visuals
  • Support for GNOME proxy configuration in the media player
  • Web browser enhancements

There’s also a long list of bug fixes. MeeGo 1.0 users can update by clicking the “install updates” button when they get a notification that an update is available. The MeeGo 1.0 download link hasn’t been updated yet, but it looks like you can grab the latest release directly from the MeeGo Repository Home.

via Netbook News

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4 replies on “MeeGo 1.01 for netbooks now available”

  1. I take it it doesn’t include reinstatement of all the kernel-native 3G support they apparently intentionally clobbered in favour of Nokia’s business interests?

  2. I now use the Jolicloud advanced beta. How would MeeGo 1.01 be a step up for me? As you may infer from my question, I am not sophisticated re Linux operating systems.

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