Moblin, which stands for “Mobile Linux,” is an open-source operating system and application stack designed specifically for mobile devices such as smartphones, netbooks, and embedded devices. Initially developed by Intel, it was later turned over to the Linux Foundation in 2009.
Moblin is optimized for Intel Atom processors and supports additional chipsets based on the SSSE3 instruction set. It reduces boot times and battery consumption, making it an excellent choice for netbooks, nettops, and MIDs.
Benefits of Moblin
- Optimized for mobile devices
- Reduced boot times
- Reduced battery consumption
- Supports Intel Atom processors and additional chipsets
What kind of devices can run Moblin?
Moblin is designed for smartphones, netbooks, nettops, and embedded devices.
Is Moblin still being developed?
No, Moblin has been discontinued.
Moblin is a Linux-based operating system and application stack optimized for mobile devices. It offers reduced boot times and battery consumption, making it an excellent choice for netbooks, nettops, and MIDs. Although no longer being actively developed, it still remains a popular choice for those looking for a mobile-focused Linux-based operating system.