Mamona15 Nov 2007 04:32 pm

Mamona

I’m proud to announce that Mamona 0.1 has been released.

You can run the Mamona linux distribution 0.1 on your Nokia Internet Tablet (N800 or N810) or use it as a SDK in your PC running emulated over qemu.

Current Features

In this first release we have:

  • Glibc – 2.5
  • Gcc – 4.1.2
  • Full Python 2.5 support
  • Enlightenment Window Manager
  • USB Networking – As mainly input method.
  • Bluetooth support
  • Wireless – Open and WEP support only
  • Noemu Packages
  • ARM EABI Version 5 and QEMU (user mode emulation) 0.9.0 for Mamona SDK

You can check for other features under Mamona 0.1 – Package List.

You can run it on:

What’s planned?

Next release is planned to have:

  • Mamona SDK for Maemo (Chinook Compatible)
  • Full ARM EABI Version 6 support
  • Wireless with WPA Support
  • Usefull virtual keyboard and more applications for E-wm

Acknowledgements

Thanks to everybody who helped making this release possible.

Bug reports, as always, should go to Mamona’s Trac; check out http://dev.openbossa.org/trac/mamona/wiki/Contributing#Bugs for links to posting and querying bug reports for Mamona.

8 Responses to “Mamona 0.1 Released”


  1. [...] nixCraft Linux Forum wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptYou can run the Mamona linux distribution 0.1 on your Nokia Internet Tablet (N800 or N810) or use it as a SDK in your PC running emulated over qemu. [...]

  2. on 16 Nov 2007 at 1:01 am Turn_self_off

    No plans to support the 770?


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  4. on 17 Nov 2007 at 6:45 am Unx

    why not nokia 770???
    will it be support for it?

  5. on 17 Nov 2007 at 11:02 am ?

    Fantastic! Now all I need to know is: What is Mamona Linux distro, and what is it for?

  6. on 17 Nov 2007 at 4:04 pm CLD

    Yes, why isn’t N770 included?

  7. on 19 Nov 2007 at 4:15 pm Juan

    I seriously suggest you to change the name of the project. “Mamona” means, er… “sucker girl” in spanish, and has evident sexual implications (oral sex)

  8. on 10 Mar 2008 at 1:53 am zeus

    where is the N770 version :( , the hard testers are the n770 users ;)

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