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It’s coming – we will start upgrading existing users to Jolicloud 1.0 next week

by Jolicloud Team

July 9th, 2010

Update: Jolicloud 1.0 is here!

Imagine an operating system centered around interacting with your friends. Imagine never having to worry about updates and software installs. Imagine that all your machines are automatically synchronized with one another. Imagine having your Internet ecosystem natively integrated to your machine, with all the coolest apps at your fingertips.

This dream is what kept us busy for just over a year, and now, we’re happy to announce the launch of Jolicloud 1.0.

Jolicloud Launcher

Here are some of the cool new features that you can look forward to:

A Simpler, Customizable Launcher Entirely Built in HTML5

  • Installing an app takes only one click, and removing it is just as easy.
  • Jolicloud comes with some of the best apps already pre-installed, including Gmail, Skype, Twitter, Firefox, and more.
  • It’s up to you to organize your apps the way you want – your launcher is customizable.
  • We take care of any app updates so that updating is easy, and that you always have the latest version of everything.

An Exhaustive App Center

  • Jolicloud has selected 700+ of the best free apps to install and share with your friends.
  • You don’t have to keep up with Internet trends to discover the coolest new apps – our curated, Featured Apps directory is updated weekly with the best and the latest.
  • Jolicloud makes it easy for you to share what apps you like with your friends and vice versa, so it’s always a dynamic and social app environment.

A Social Stream

  • Through our new Stream feature, you can feel the pulse of the Jolicloud community and discover the apps that your friends recommend.
  • You’re not only kept up to date with what apps other Joliclouders like, but you can also see whatever updates your favorite apps release.
  • Any notifications from Jolicloud and other third-party apps are all centralized here.

A Universal File System

  • Because everything is in one place, it’s easy to manage your files and data, whether they’re on your machine or in the Cloud.
  • Jolicloud facilitates access to popular online storage services like box.net, Dropbox, and drop.io, with new services being added frequently.

Experience the Anywhere OS

  • You can install Jolicloud on as many devices as you’d like, and they will always be automatically synchronized. Any app you download, delete, or move around will be the same on all your other machines with no extra work on your part.
  • You can even manage your interface from the Cloud – if you don’t have your computer with you, log in on any HTML5 browser like Chrome to add, remove, or organize apps.
  • Moving from machine to machine has never been so easy.

Jolicloud Netbooks

So when is it available?

We will progressively roll out Jolicloud 1.0 to all users starting next week, but we’ll give priority to our founding members who have been here since the first Alpha release. You’ll be notified in your Update page when you have been selected to upgrade. Just follow the instructions and restart – making sure that you are connected to the Internet to activate your new Jolicloud.

On behalf of the Joliteam, I wish to thank you for your ongoing support. Join us in making our vision to change the computing industry for the better a reality.

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July 9, 2010
6:05 pm

This is excellent news Jolicloud! The HTML5 launcher looks great and I think I can speak for everyone in saying this is what we have been waiting for! No more Netbook Remix for us!


    Matthew
    July 14, 2010
    12:31 pm

    My sentiments exactly.


    Chuck
    August 27, 2010
    6:50 pm

    HTML 5 Launcher is way too limited.. No Administration Apps easily accessed.. no categories for apps.


Acibeb
July 9, 2010
6:08 pm

YeY!
please tell me those gma500 problems will be sorted?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 9, 2010
    6:09 pm

    GMA 500 should be working out of the box right now. Is it not working for you? What netbook do you have?


      riefflat
      July 10, 2010
      12:12 pm

      Is it working on ARCHOS 9 (Z515 and GMA500) like eeepc T91 HW ?

      I’m enjoy a positive answer ;-)

      I already use prefinal version on eeepc 4G, and very nice JOB

      congratulation whole team


      Acibeb
      July 10, 2010
      2:12 pm

      I was talking about suspend/close screen not working and battery power options missing. The first one at least is due to gma chip, is it not?


      September 10, 2010
      8:35 am

      Acer 0532h

      I find it difficult to image why its taking 61 GB of HD space to install from Windows and the download has hung @ 43% and crashed >10 times already. It’s the longest 11minutes remaining I’ve seen with 20 MB download speed. If it crashes again; at least I can remove the container from Windows and wait till I have another day to try again.


Omar Lopez
July 9, 2010
6:29 pm

for Vaio P (510T)


fukid
July 9, 2010
6:31 pm

cool! finally it comes to 1.0!

gma500 works fine in my eeepct91.


Anwar "Luke" Rangkuti
July 9, 2010
6:44 pm

finally!! Kudos to the Jolicloud team :-)


July 9, 2010
6:46 pm

Coool! Even works on my old desktop pc very well


July 9, 2010
6:53 pm

My Samsung N150 has some serious sound issues. There comes up that crazy sound like crackling, white noise and distortion without playing any music at all. I hope it will be fixed. And any chance for supporting the Fn-keys?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 9, 2010
    6:59 pm

    New sound packages should show up in this release. I don’t think Fn keys have been implemented yet, but I may be mistaken.


    Aaron
    September 11, 2010
    1:04 pm

    Yeah man even with 1.0 I feel ur pain… I just installed on my netbook a Samsung N130 yesterday with the same prob. Infact I get no sound at all :(. I hope 1.1 or 2.0 or whatever’s next comes out soon! Other than no sound jolicloud really revamped my netbook usable again and super fast!


Armel
July 9, 2010
7:10 pm

Jolicloud 1.0 will be suitable with macbooks?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 9, 2010
    7:14 pm

    They’re not supported, but you’re welcome to try it out.


      franzz
      July 13, 2010
      1:12 pm

      I am curretly using jolicloud on a macbook an it works perfectly ;)


    mojo
    July 19, 2010
    12:20 pm

    I use jolicloud 0.9 on my macbook intel 1.gen. First gen white plastic macbook with intel process and gma 950 graphic, almost everything working.. ;) How ever you need do some tweaking and command. The only thing i can’t make it work is apple remote, and you do need use a mouse, trackpad is not precis, movement is kinda jumpy. I use logitech v470 bluetooth mouse, work perfectly with jolicloude.. for more info for your macbook you can find info i ubuntu doc, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBook, look for your macbook hardware version and under that section “Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope)”


    Meg
    August 5, 2010
    8:37 pm

    I use it on a first-gen Macbook (i.e. with the GMA 950 chip), too, and it works great.


July 9, 2010
7:40 pm

Cool! Congratulations for the job ;)


Speedboy
July 9, 2010
7:42 pm

I’ve been using Jolycloud for 3-4 months now. It’s really fast and fun to use and now it looks like it’s gonna get that extra prettyness it deserves! Great job on such a great distro!


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July 9, 2010
8:01 pm

That’s good news. Jolicloud has been evolving the right way and proven to be really stable on my machine. Plus the 3G connection just works seamlessly. All in all, a great OS for netbooks and mobile/nomad workers like me.
Arnaud ZIEBA


July 9, 2010
8:39 pm

Excelente noticia para mi netbook acer d250


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July 10, 2010
2:19 am

we are excited. My samsung N110 works perfect with jolicloud.


July 10, 2010
2:50 am

First of all…snaps, claps and kudos to everyone at Jolicloud. You guys did a wonderful job with your (our) OS. I’ve been meaning to try Linux for a long time but never found a suitable one for my netbook until I discovered JC…the first ever Linux distro I ever installed. Now, I don’t even try anything else, quite happy with what I have now.

A question though: how long do you guys think it will take to get everyone upgraded? As I have been only using JC for the past three months or so I’m afraid I’m gonna be somewhere at the bottom of the “list”.

Congratulations to everyone at Jolicloud. Time to pop that champagne you’ve been keeping (I’m sure you have one. :P ).


    Zak Kaufman
    July 10, 2010
    3:03 am

    No worries, it should be soon, regardless. More announcements will probably come later.


Vincenzzo
July 10, 2010
6:55 am

what happened to transmissionbt client? I had it installed then after an update it was gone.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 10, 2010
    8:02 am

    You can fiz it via the terminal with ‘sudo apt-get install transmission’


Trouveur
July 10, 2010
8:33 am

Do multitouch touchscreens will be supported ? That would be great for the T91MT.


Gabriel
July 10, 2010
10:42 am

It’s so nice that I want to use it in my desktop too! Hope the offline mode works as well…


pieRr0Ur
July 10, 2010
11:02 am

Exactly on my birthday week! Thank You!


epos85
July 10, 2010
12:28 pm

I love Jolicloud. Its a lightweight good and stable distro. And its great to customize with packages from ‘synaptic’ too, if you know what youre doing ;-) Who says its just a netbook os? Im jusing it on my Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Xi3650 18.4″ laptop! And ive recently installed Jolicloud on a old Asus 15″ laptop too.. The hardware support is greater than many other distros! :-D Thank you for making this great os!


    McSpuddles
    July 26, 2010
    1:10 am

    I’m using it on my laptop too. It gives you acres of screen space!


helloct
July 10, 2010
2:25 pm

BIG THANKS, for this nice & cool OS.

People around me says my ubuntu netbook is nice. I’m don’t know what they say when they see this one.


July 10, 2010
3:09 pm

Thanks, tanks, thanks. Congratulations for this great job!!
Work on htc Shift X9500? Touchscreen, wifi, 3G?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 10, 2010
    8:12 pm

    You can try the express version to see if it works, but I can’t guarantee it.


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naos
July 10, 2010
6:29 pm

superb job finally an OS for netbook which I’m using quite a lot; well done to all the team; also from a tired asus 701 and also my new asus 1005


Dania
July 10, 2010
11:00 pm

I can’t wait to try it! I have never gotten much use out of my netbook until i installed jolicloud, not it is running better than ever before.

My only fear is it won’t be as good as what I am used to….nah won’t happen.

Congratulations and thanks to everyone who worked on this; I get the feeling your work will touch alot of people for years to come.

:)


Zachary
July 11, 2010
5:25 am

I’m so glad to hear that Jolicloud is releasing 1.0. Ever since they posted about it, I’ve been very anxious. It looks like a really good piece of software. I am also currently using Jolicloud as my default OS but along with Windows. I can’t wait until I get the update!


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July 11, 2010
4:58 pm

@riefflat : Archos 9 is not officially supported yet but you’re welcome to try.

@Acibeb : the suspend feature still needs some work on certain device.


    riefflat
    July 11, 2010
    8:58 pm

    of course, I will


Rizzly
July 11, 2010
8:22 pm

Will the Acer 1825PTx have support for touch from the getgo? If not, have you looked into it yet?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 11, 2010
    10:12 pm

    The previous blog post is a list of supported touchscreens. You should check that out.


      Rizzly
      July 12, 2010
      12:44 pm

      Ah, well the response to my comment in that post suggested (perhaps because of my own optimistical thinking) that it would be looked into and perhaps then make it in to the 1.0 release.


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garo
July 12, 2010
12:05 pm

Great news ! is the battery autonomy better, on a eeepc 1001 px ? I like this OS very much, but the autonomy was a problem on my netbook…


Joan
July 12, 2010
2:39 pm

Amazing! Thxs a lot for this hard work Jolicloud team! And special for the new designers, it’s perfect!


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Mark Amber
July 12, 2010
8:06 pm

How do I know for sure that I am a founding member, I am balloooza on jolicloud.

I am just wondering because I have used jolicloud for a long time, but I am unable to see the founding member thing


    Zak Kaufman
    July 13, 2010
    6:05 pm

    It depends, did you use the original private alpha? You would have needed an invite.


      Mark Amber
      July 15, 2010
      1:59 am

      Would that be an invite I requested, or one that I would get from somone, I requested one, and got it, but not immediatly.

      when was the original alpha stage?


    Laurent
    July 23, 2010
    11:54 am

    go to profile next to your name it is mentionned if you are…


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Ivory Tusk
July 13, 2010
1:06 pm

Yes, yes, YES!

want!

I really love jolicloud and I’m extremely looking forward to the new start page. When will not-so-early adopters get the update?

can hardly wait.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 13, 2010
    6:05 pm

    Definitely soon. We’ll have to wait and see.


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July 13, 2010
5:36 pm

Any information on whether or not the footprint of the OS itself will be reduced or remain the same as the current version? I certainly hope my favorite OS doesn’t get bloated with age.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 13, 2010
    6:06 pm

    It’s made for netbooks with small drives in mind, and bloat is pretty impossible when you’re using web apps. So no worries there.


      July 13, 2010
      9:47 pm

      Beautiful. Just want to make sure it doesn’t get any fatter than what the version is now. I’m drooling with anticipation… want that “Congratulations!” email soon!


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July 13, 2010
10:17 pm

I cannot wait. I’ve only been using Jolicloud for two weeks, and I am truly happy with it.

I bought a Dell Inspiron Mini, and replaced Windows with the Ubuntu Netbook Edition, the day I got it. I’ve been a dedicated Ubuntu user for some years, but Ubuntu didn’t recognize my display properly, so the resolution was low, and it seemed a little sluggish.

What to do? Try something else, of course. I searched around and came across Jolicloud. It looked promising, so I decided to give it a try. And lucky me. Everything – Wifi, the mobile network, sound, and high res display – worked just perfectly, right out of the box. And this wasn’t even version 1.0. I was impressed.

Now, two weeks later, I am still impressed – and truly exited about the coming release. As I said: I cannot wait!

Good work, Jolicloud Team!


=CN=WJR
July 14, 2010
4:43 am

THANKS, I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING HER

1101HA


Harri
July 14, 2010
8:28 am

Another T91MT owner here wondering if you have any intention to support multi touch in the future.


    July 14, 2010
    5:13 pm

    Of course, it’s under consideration.
    Eee PC T91MT have touch screen support with 1.0 but no multi-touch support for now.


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July 14, 2010
1:50 pm

Adams turn??


Keith
July 14, 2010
1:55 pm

Just wanted to ask, since you say everything will automatically sync:

Can I turn this off? Or select only certain devices to sync together. I have Jolicloud on multiple devices and each has a different category for how a use it. (work, home, play, travel, etc.) Can I set certain ones to sync with each other, or not at all?


    July 14, 2010
    5:11 pm

    This feature is not available yet.


    Siobhan
    July 23, 2010
    5:56 am

    Why not create a user for work and a user for home? that way you can have everything separate


florin
July 14, 2010
6:22 pm

when the new update 1.0 it’s available to all users?


    vadkuz
    July 15, 2010
    1:31 am

    +1


      Zak Kaufman
      July 15, 2010
      6:08 am

      There’s no official set date yet. But soon.


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Mark Amber
July 15, 2010
2:15 am

This is the most exciting linux community out there, and the software is not “groundbreaking” but since it is just right for the netbook, and the entire user base is netbook users, and since the interface is just stunning, somthing simple like good html/css and a good idea of what the os should be can go a long way.

And also it is important that the developers have a real connection to the users, and the social nature of netbooks, community, and frequent posts on many social media platforms make the perfect conditions for an amazing software community.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 15, 2010
    6:09 am

    Agreed, well said.


    July 15, 2010
    4:55 pm

    We’re here and we’re listening to you ;)


Chris Parsons
July 15, 2010
7:03 am

I got a couple Dell Latitude 2110 netbooks with the Gobi 2000 3G card. I never did get it working with Ubuntu 9 or 10. Wireless isn’t working right now, hoping to figure that out, but if we can get the Gobi card working, the 2110 and Jolicloud is the platform I want to use for our remote users. Very much looking forward to getting 1.0 installed!! I’m a longtime Linux user. Jolicloud is the best of everything..thank you!!


    July 15, 2010
    4:53 pm

    Actually, we’re not allowed to provide the Gobi firmware, try to contact them.


poyzk
July 15, 2010
8:44 am

I have a Aspire One 751h, it has a GMA500 graphic card. I tried the pre final release recently but cannot play 720p H.264 video smoothly. Will release 1.0 resolve the issue? Thanks.


    July 15, 2010
    4:51 pm

    Try VLC and change the preferences (enable All settings) in Input / Codecs > Video codecs > x264: check ‘Skip loop filter’.


      Zak Kaufman
      July 16, 2010
      3:39 am

      I actually used the one under the ffmpeg option instead of the x264 one, but either one of them might work.


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Mark Amber
July 15, 2010
9:49 pm

I just looked through my old email and found the invitation to jolicloud from 09/09/2009

I am curious, would that mean that I was a “founding member”


    Zak Kaufman
    July 16, 2010
    3:37 am

    Yes it would.


    quello
    July 16, 2010
    11:06 am

    the first alpha was out in June 2009…i was “joliclouded” since 7/17/09 and still no upgrade.


      Zak Kaufman
      July 16, 2010
      6:04 pm

      No worries, everyone will get it.


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Vinoth
July 16, 2010
2:49 am

Awesome news…Jolicloud is ideal OS for netbooks. waiting to see the 1.0 rollout.


Anonymous
July 16, 2010
4:18 am

Have they added dual finger scrolling or multitouch yet?


Fred
July 16, 2010
3:59 pm

A general idea as to when 1.0 will be widely available would be nice. New converts like myself I’m guessing will be way down on the list (and of course no one knows how long the list is !) As it stands I’m checking my email, Jolicloud update constantly. Nothing could be more frustrating then knowledge that we’re about to get something new/great/fun/exciting etc etc and yet have no idea if that arrival is today/tomorrow/next week or if indeed we’ll be waiting till Christmas. Meh the excitement will have lost it’s sweet smell by then I’d guess.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 16, 2010
    6:06 pm

    All we have right now is ‘soon’. We know everyone is excited.


July 16, 2010
4:06 pm

Dear Jolicloud people,

Please give us all a specific release date.

Thanks,
Stefan


    Zak Kaufman
    July 16, 2010
    6:05 pm

    It’s being rolled out, so there is no specific date. I guess you could say last Tuesday was the date?


July 16, 2010
4:08 pm

By the way, I would like to write a review of version 1.0 on my website, Hansen’s MagNET, as soon as it’s released. :)


    Zak Kaufman
    July 16, 2010
    6:06 pm

    Sure, that’d be great!


July 16, 2010
7:46 pm

Dear Zak,

Rolled out sounds strange in my ears, when we are talking about a piece of software. There is no production time, no painting, no assembly.

Does it mean that we newcomers to Jolicloud might have to wait days, weeks, months, years?

Once again, best of luck with this great project!

All the best,
Stefan


    Zak Kaufman
    July 16, 2010
    8:21 pm

    It’s being rolled out for stability purposes. Better to be safe than sorry. Anyway, as far as I know, no one is going to be waiting months for the release. Everyone will have it very soon.


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Aleksander
July 17, 2010
9:42 am

Me and my eeepc 4G joined jolicloud with the pre-final release. When should I get the upgrade?


July 17, 2010
11:36 am

after playing with it all day, @Jolicloud 1.0 full HTML5 is a SUPER NEAT WORKING OS for netbooks ! Easysimple and no more Beta. Well done!!


    Zak Kaufman
    July 17, 2010
    10:36 pm

    Thanks!


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trade
July 17, 2010
5:45 pm

Been trying out different netbook releases on my S10-3t, and have been using Jolicloud for a few days now. I really like Jolicloud over the others i have tested. Can anyone confirm the touch screen working in 1.0 for S10-3t. Thanks and good work Jolicloud Team.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 17, 2010
    10:37 pm

    Only partially, and it’s not fully supported yet. The driver for the Cando touch panel has been added (maybe not in 1.0, but with future updates), but it isn’t working fully yet. More news on it later.


      alex
      July 21, 2010
      5:49 am

      Yeah it kinda works its like you can control the cursor with ur finger, but there is no multitouch and no onscreen keyboard. As soon as there is support for this in Joli I will go crazy and tell everyone I know about this OS.


jamie
July 17, 2010
8:21 pm

This has to be one of the easiest Linux distros I’ve ever used. I’ve been on Linux for 10 years now, the look and feel of Jolicloud blows the competition out of the water. Linux Mint for example, great distro but not keen on the artwork.

Works fine on my desktop computer. I really wish the Jolicloud team every success. You’ve made Linux accessible to the masses, even my Grandmother!!

JJ


Johnny K
July 18, 2010
12:14 am

Will Jolicloud 1.0 support touch on the HP TM2 laptop?


    July 18, 2010
    1:19 pm

    You will be welcome to test it :)


      Johnny K
      July 31, 2010
      10:39 pm

      Jolicloud unfortunately doesn’t even install on the HP TM2, I tried running it from a Jolicloud USB image created using the Jolicloud USB Creator and it brings up the language slection screen, then shows that it is starting up, then just goes to a blank screen, Harddrive or USB key stop showing any signs of activity :(


myusername
July 18, 2010
12:24 am

My username on Jolicloud is “myusername” and I’ve been using Jolicloud since August 14, 2009. Am I considered a “Founding Member”?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 19, 2010
    10:43 pm

    Yes you are. You’ll get an upgrade soon.


July 18, 2010
2:20 am

I really like Jolicloud and have been using it for a few months now. I agree that it makes my netbook far more usable.

I have to say though, I’ve just updated to the 1.0 release and I really don’t much like the new interface. I can see that it might work well on a touch screen enabled device, but for a mouse driven netbook it’s a pain to use. I have about 12 pages of apps and I now can’t easily find anything… yes I know there is a search bar at the top of the screen, but that’s just annoying having to type things to find an app. So far, I much preferred the previous Netbook Remix style of UI, since at least I could categorise my apps so i know where they were.

I’m happy to be convinced that this new UI is a better idea, but so far I’m a bit underwhelmed. I also fail to see the point of having a product in beta all the way up until a final release (I was running the Robby Pre Release Candidate) and then find that it has a drastic UI change at release… to me, that defeats the whole point of having a beta program.

I’ll go back and play in the hope that it grows on me.

I can see how it might be a good UI if you don’t have too many apps… I think I just need to get rid of all the apps I don’t use much. But I can’t even find a way to do that… how DO you remove existing apps? It doesn’t seem intuitive to me.

Chris


    July 18, 2010
    2:22 am

    Oh, also, when I’m looking for an app, the search paradigm only helps if I actually know the name of what I need. Often I have no idea or can’t remember what the apps name is… not helpful!


    July 18, 2010
    1:17 pm

    To remove an app, just open the contextual menu when you mouse over an app on your dashboard.


Hun
July 18, 2010
9:02 am

Hey there,

I have clicked “updates all” for the upgrade to 1.0. It has install and update. But after it finish update, it doesn’t ask for a restart. So i check again for update and it says i’m up to date and i restart manually.

After I restart, my jolicloud is still not 1.0 and update for 1.0 is gone. Any help on this matter?


    July 18, 2010
    1:15 pm

    I think you didn’t read the bottom line “So when is it available?”


Ruslan
July 18, 2010
2:56 pm

Why I can’t update to 1.0 on my Acer 532h? I refreshed 500 times, but i don’t see the update!!!


    Ruslan
    July 18, 2010
    3:08 pm

    The Fix doesn’t work for me!


      July 19, 2010
      5:16 pm

      You’ll have the updates to upgrade to 1.0 when you have been selected.


caleb
July 18, 2010
3:11 pm

Hmm. I am a founding member and still have no update. Looks like I will just have to be patient and wait! Hopefully it gets pushed out to everyone soon.


    fernando
    July 18, 2010
    6:21 pm

    I have 3 OS on my netbook, including Jolicloud of course, will i have to reinstall Jolicloud from scratch, or will the new Version 1.0 need to be installed as a new OS and therefore involve reinstalling all 3 OS’ again?


      Zak Kaufman
      July 19, 2010
      10:44 pm

      Version 1.0 is an update, not a new OS.


fernando
July 18, 2010
6:22 pm

I have 3 OS on my netbook, including Jolicloud of course, will i have to reinstall Jolicloud from scratch, or will the new Version 1.0 need to be installed as a new OS and therefore involve reinstalling all 3 OS’ again?


    July 19, 2010
    5:14 pm

    You just have to perform a (large) update when you have been selected.


    fernando
    July 19, 2010
    5:29 pm

    still waiting for a reply Cedric et al… pls!


      fernando
      July 19, 2010
      5:30 pm

      thanks for clarification Cedric, sorry I posted seconds after your reply…:)


pieRr0Ur
July 19, 2010
5:02 am

By meaning of cloud. . . the webapps won’t be stored on my system anymore? Or it’ll be in one machine?


    July 19, 2010
    5:14 pm

    It’s on your machine and synchronized in the cloud.


Ruslan
July 19, 2010
8:58 am

Come on Jolicloud!!! We all will go on vacation without the update to 1.0 :((( Please work faster :d Thank you!


    Zak Kaufman
    July 19, 2010
    10:47 pm

    Everyone will get an upgrade soon, please be patient.


benjie
July 19, 2010
9:41 am

hey joli team..where is my update…i been longing to update my jolicloud 10 days since…please…


July 19, 2010
12:55 pm

Hi I am looking forward to the 1.0 update. I really like jolicloud running on my Lenovo ideapad s10 but my wifi is botched and i have to be wired to a router line to browse the net. I hope the wifi works when i upgrade to 1.0!!
Pretty Please!!??


    Zak Kaufman
    July 19, 2010
    10:47 pm

    Wifi should be working for this netbook. In fact, I have one and it works for me. Are you sure that you’re up to date?


Swamp
July 19, 2010
3:43 pm

I must say that i love the design of the interface, this is definitely one thing that will make this sell! :) There is just one big flaw in the design that makes it all fall.. the systemtray in the top right corner.. it looks horrible! The font of the clock, the battery and wifi icon, it looks like a mess and screws up all the design! You really need to fix this. (or add option to change these icons or hide them)
other than that it looks great!


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zak
July 19, 2010
8:57 pm

Any chance for a jolicloud invite?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 19, 2010
    10:48 pm

    Invites are no longer necessary. You can simply download it from the site and use it.


GordonWright
July 20, 2010
12:04 am

Webcam still not working for eeepc 701 in 1.0
Root seems to have taken control of plug in USB drive and removed user permissions. Probably no biggy but frustrating none the less when pre-release was so smooth to operate out of the box.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 20, 2010
    12:07 am

    Assisting via Twitter.


    Cédric Duclos
    July 20, 2010
    11:20 am

    Yeah USB devices management will be polished shortly.


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Rafdog
July 20, 2010
2:09 am

Looking forward to the upgrade to ver. 1.0! I recently installed the pre-final and was glad to see that all of the hardware works without having to enter the terminal and apt-get install stuff or sudo sh anything. With Meego I had to do a lot of compiling to get the wireless working and to be able to play different multimedia files. Good work jolicloud team!!!

Now please roll out the upgrade so I can have the most optimized for netbook OS! :-)


    Zak Kaufman
    July 20, 2010
    2:19 am

    The upgrades are already being rolled out!


Darrin
July 20, 2010
2:40 am

Is there any ETA when it will be available to all users? I just heard about Jolicloud today and installed it on my netbook – really impressed with the out of box performance and I’m anxious about the upgrade. I’m unable to create an account at the moment though (server errors using facebook connect and traditional signup)

Congrats on the launch!


    Zak Kaufman
    July 20, 2010
    7:47 am

    There’s no official ETA yet, but it should be soon.


    Cédric Duclos
    July 20, 2010
    11:15 am

    Regarding your issue, if you used Facebook connect, try the regular method.


      Darrin
      July 20, 2010
      5:10 pm

      I had tried both and then tried the regular option again a couple hours later and it worked. Thanks!

      The only issue I am having is some audio popping/static (not specific to any particular program). I have a feeling this could be a configuration issue though, since this hasn’t happened on my Ubuntu install.

      On a HP Mini 311


Eric Church
July 20, 2010
3:08 am

So I am a new user to Jolicloud but cannont believe how amazing it is! and I am just on the .9 version. I was curious, did I possibly somehow miss the update? Or is it still being rolled out?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 20, 2010
    7:47 am

    It’s still being rolled out.


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Dennis
July 20, 2010
7:37 am

Works fine on my Lenovo R61. But I have problems with my Atheros WLan Card. The connection isn´t stable and get lost all the time. Will it fixed in the 1.0 release?

bye


    Zak Kaufman
    July 20, 2010
    7:48 am

    Looks like this is a laptop. Jolicloud is a netbook OS. Sorry.


      July 20, 2010
      11:18 am

      I have a unit from china with a Hannstar 10.2″ multi-touch screen. Is there support for this?

      Thanks


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Oren
July 20, 2010
10:40 am

I have the “update available” icon in the OS for a couple of days now, but every time i try to log in and update i get the error message: “oops, our server is temporarily down…”
Since i don’t see any other complaints of the same nature, i assumed it may be either due to my location (i leave in Israel) or maybe i’m doing something wrong in the log in process (been trying to log in with FB connect).
Realy looking forward to the 1.0 version. If only i could get the update…


    Zak Kaufman
    July 20, 2010
    6:48 pm

    Try pressing F5 on the update screen.


Evan
July 20, 2010
6:36 pm

why can’t you guys just give the update to everyone at once?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 20, 2010
    6:47 pm

    For safety reasons, it’ll be rolled out.


      raymond
      July 20, 2010
      7:07 pm

      but when is the exact date you are mentioning rollout?????we are hurrying……..please give us update into version 1.0…Make straight to the point!!!!! thats it my friend!!!!What date?

      Thanks Jolic Team


Zak Kaufman
July 20, 2010
7:12 pm

Raymond: There’s no official date yet. Please be patient with it.


Fab
July 20, 2010
8:08 pm

Now the only thing left is your mirrors to work. I am getting timeout errors when I am trying to download Jolicloud Express.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 20, 2010
    8:24 pm

    I’m trying it now and I’m not getting any issues. Strange. Where are you located?


      Fab
      July 20, 2010
      9:27 pm

      Vancouver, BC, Canada. Tried 2 different ISP’s and computers. After amny retries, it’s now cming in wth 70k/sec.


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fred
July 21, 2010
12:10 am

So will Amarok work with 1.0…it doesn’t with the pre-release beta. I’d also like to see a clearer distinction between web apps and local apps and a clearer view of what’s installed rather then having to look thru the App Dir…..and can we see a clear privacy policy as it is Jolicloud collects a great deal of data


    Zak Kaufman
    July 21, 2010
    8:46 pm

    Sorry, Amarok won’t be included.


aznbatman
July 21, 2010
9:06 am

Hey!!! Just got the update and I love it. What a great interface. Your last blog post mentioned support for Fujitsu Serial Touchscreens. My update doesn’t support it yet, but will it still be in the near future?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 21, 2010
    8:46 pm

    I suppose it’s possible, but I can’t say anything official about it.


Lennon
July 21, 2010
12:39 pm

i just install jolicloud prefinal today.
can i upgrade to version 1.0 with
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 21, 2010
    8:47 pm

    Only if you’ve been selected to upgrade. And you may have to do it twice.


Brett
July 21, 2010
2:43 pm

This is the best netbook OS I have ever tried, very well done developer guys n gals, a credit to you all, keep up the good work, seriously brilliant concept.


Olmo
July 21, 2010
6:20 pm

I honestly do not understand this policy upgrade. Discriminate against some people than others is quite far from the spirit “Linux.” It was not better to create a group “beta tester” and come out with version 1.0 the same day for everyone?


    Zak Kaufman
    July 21, 2010
    8:48 pm

    It’s for stability reasons. Everyone will get the upgrade, so please be patient with it.


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helloct
July 22, 2010
1:31 am

Hi,
Is it possible to download directly Jolicloud 1.0 right now (without having to upgrade) since i am selected for upgrade?


    July 22, 2010
    7:29 am

    I was wondering the same thing too… right now I am downloading the 1.0 version, since I got the mail last night! I am really pleased with Jolicloud and I am using it more and more everyday. Right now I am dual booting with Windows 7, but what if I decide to get rid of Windows 7 and install Jolicloud as my main (and only) operating system? Will there be a setup for the latest version in the near future?

    Keep up the great work Jolicloud team!


      Zak Kaufman
      July 23, 2010
      12:33 pm

      It’s not available yet, but it will be.


Ruslan
July 22, 2010
12:26 pm

Sry, but that sucks! I am leaving tonight for two weeks and I can’t get the upgrade! Now, I am using only this OS :( Thank you Jolicloud :(


    Zak Kaufman
    July 23, 2010
    12:34 pm

    Sorry about that. But you will get one. Everyone will.


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elias
July 23, 2010
1:40 am

hello :)
i updated jolicloud (i think to 1.0) the update size was 76mb
and after a restart i didnt see the new splash screen and my desktop was gone
i was needed to reanble the launcher to the startup manager and it is the old one
also how can i install wifi drivers ?? because i have sony vaio vgn-fs115m and i dont have any wifi :(
if its isn’t the place to post it please send me a link ,thank you !


    Zak Kaufman
    July 23, 2010
    12:34 pm

    Answered via GetSatisfaction.


      elias
      July 23, 2010
      1:16 pm

      what do you mean ??


July 23, 2010
2:00 am

My problem :
- wireless with wl or b43
- ethernet with sky2


    Zak Kaufman
    July 23, 2010
    12:35 pm

    On which netbook?


Laurent
July 23, 2010
12:03 pm

About the cloud, do you plan to have a virtual HDD available(as in icloud)? I think this is what is missing…apart from that it’s a great OS and I think it will make things difficult for Google and its OS.
Thanks very much to all of you the jolicloud team and keep the good work.


    Zak Kaufman
    July 23, 2010
    12:35 pm

    You can set this up with ZumoDrive, I think.


Syd
July 24, 2010
12:15 am

Guys guys guys … what happened to the NOTEBOOK mode? I have updated my jolicloud to 1.0, but to be honest i dont like the interface … where are my installed applications like Picasa or Teamviewer?? I cant even find them … I also like the desktop interface of 0.9 where i have a full screen photo ….


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dealer
July 26, 2010
10:31 pm

no puedo actualizar a Jolicloud 1.0 parece q todo marcha bien cuando actualizo pero no pasa nada, sigo con la misma interfaz, el mensaje me dice que si esta actualizado pero no aparece el splash screen de la nueva version y la interfaz sigue siendo la anterior.


Kris
July 27, 2010
5:42 am

Can’t wait to get the update, I’ve been using Jolicloud for about a year or so now and I love it!


July 27, 2010
7:53 pm

Can I get a upgrade please?


Sebastian
July 27, 2010
11:46 pm

i read everywhere about the upgrade… but it seems that only a selected group can upgrade…
why can’t you just release it like everyone else…
it’ annoying to check the upgrade page more than 20times a day and only see the message that no upgrades are available.
i think i’m going to uninstall it and install an OS that’s available and finished…


    chan
    July 28, 2010
    1:45 pm

    it seems like they want to make noise rather than giving us a peak to the software.

    come on jolicloud team, we need a good software/OS as well as a respect from you guys, I use jolicloud since beta….

    give 1.0 to us now!!


July 28, 2010
4:17 am

i’m not selected to upgrade to 1.0
why??????????????????


CYGO
July 28, 2010
11:10 am

I hop a new version will allo MS windows like chinese input method, and more support on chinese language
Great job done guy


July 28, 2010
3:48 pm

Is there any way to add some of the “legacy apps” to the main application screen? I end up using terminal a lot, as well as gedit for editing text files. I know i can drill down to find them, but i’d definitely prefer to have them on my home screen. (The same is true for a few apps that I run over WINE….in JC.09 I was able to directly link them to my desktop).

Otherwise, it seems that the “seamless-ness” of desk apps and webapps has kind of gone away.


    July 29, 2010
    3:30 pm

    I agree. I have quite a collection of legacy apps and it would be nice to have a better access to them.


Bob Brooks
July 29, 2010
9:35 pm

I have been using JC since early beta and am very happy and very few issues. Have used on desktop and MSI Wind NB. I am in Philippines and am using Smart GPRS USB dongle for my connection. I got lucky and discomered that it will work with the T-Mobile mobile brodband selection. The issue I have not solved yet is how to get network stats as the Smart Bro software will not work with JC, Windows only. As I wite this my dongle is on top of a twenty foot bamboo with a USB extender cable which I am using to aquire enough signal. I got up at 03:00 so I could get enough bandwidth to download 1.0 update but have little indication of how long I will take and what si happening. Internet here seems to be rather limited and generally in day time very slow.
bob


July 30, 2010
8:28 am

I’m so glad to have been with Jolicloud since Alpha!


July 31, 2010
4:53 am

Upgraded my Eee 900–upgrade got stuck near the end, could not do a clean shutdown, had to power cycle.

Rebooted into 1.0, but I do not like the results–many of my apps are gone, power management does not work, and Chromium is not saving settings. Is there a way I can re-install to see if this is the result of an incomplete install rather than Jolicloud evolving in a direction I don’t like?


Vikki Roemer
July 31, 2010
7:01 am

First off, just upgraded today and love it. Awesome job, everything works great (acer aspire one d250).

Just have 2 questions: is there a way (or going to be a way) to customize the program listing, and how can I find programs I’ve installed with apt? I want to be able to organize my apps (work, internet, education, etc., kinda like the old ui), and add my locally-installed programs in with the apps.

Thanks. :)


August 1, 2010
1:41 pm

Yesterday I upgraded to Jolicloud 1.0. I had been looking forward to this like a seven year old boy.

I have written a little article with my first impressions on my blog, hoping that other Jolicloud fans – and the Jolicloud team – will read it.

You can find my thoughts on Jolicloud 1.0 here:

http://www.hansensmag.net/2010/08/01/first-impressions-with-jolicloud-1-0/

All the best,
Stefan


chicco00
August 1, 2010
2:54 pm

After the upgrade, how can i use me netbook offline? I must be on-line but i don’t want!!!!!
Please help me…before JC os was perfect or me!


    rafael
    August 2, 2010
    4:46 am

    I agree. I liked the way JC 0.9 worked. Now I don’t find anywhere to access Administration or the other apps.


      Marvin
      August 14, 2010
      4:00 pm

      click on the jolicloud logo in the top left corner and go into System. There is is.


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Abdullah
August 4, 2010
10:28 pm

I have Toshiba L500-IRE & it doesn’t work


Norbert
August 6, 2010
4:43 am

Amazing Job, Guys!! I’ve been using Ubuntu for a long time, but, definitively, your work in the boot splash and GUI is elegant and beautyful, and the system is so easy to use that I felt in love instantly!! I’m using it right now!! Keep the good work!!


Taher S Palgharwala
August 6, 2010
12:09 pm

Hi i like jolicloud it is a very nice os as they say it but can it replace windows for eg totally and dose it provide the cpacity to make use of the high end hardware and runs the heavy software like the adobe suite and 3d max maya and can it provide the ability for programmers to built software on it or is it just good for social netwoking


adam
August 6, 2010
10:07 pm

any chance the nokia n810 will run this? maemo is awful.


    ralph
    November 12, 2010
    2:39 pm

    any news about this ?
    i would love to have it on my N810 to


Nix77
August 8, 2010
10:12 am

Some one help me my netbook (msi x320) freeze when sleep mode not respond everything.


    ignacio
    November 11, 2010
    1:00 pm

    Is Jolicloud working out of the box in a MSI X320? Wireless and video card? No freeze when sleep?
    Thanks!


Christoph Wendler
August 9, 2010
1:36 pm

Can I run this on a Mac whit Windows XP and MacOSX10.6.4


manohar
August 11, 2010
6:17 am

have been waiting for something like this , am gonna download it right away


Green Monkey
August 12, 2010
12:23 pm

Running HP Pavilion dv7, no sound, wondering if there is a fix available. Everything else runs beautifully.


August 13, 2010
8:32 pm

Is there any chance that I could use this on my old tablet PC? It has the typical wacom-style touch screen which is no longer fashionable and very few linux distros actually support this mode.
Please say YES as it would be so useful to revive some of the millions of older tablet PC’s that are out there !
Thanks for all the great work!

Mike.


ottodaniel
August 14, 2010
6:14 am

Excelente la tengo a la nube laburando en una mini 110 1020 la de hp y vuela


Marvin
August 14, 2010
3:58 pm

Jolicloud is working fine on my Fujitsu Siemens Pi 1505 laptop (not a netbook)

Everything is working!
There is not a single thing not working!

Please add Fujitsu Siemens Pi 1505 to the supported list.


August 17, 2010
12:29 pm

hi That is a very interesting edu blog. I think edu stands for quality posts (=


techdawg
August 18, 2010
4:51 pm

AMAZING!


ryley
August 26, 2010
5:50 am

hey, is anyone else having sound issues on a Hp mini 1035nr? I know it works because i hear it on the start up, then I turn it on and up once I hit the home screen and nothing. Oh and it works perfectly every time I reinstall the OS which has been five times. :p


August 29, 2010
6:25 pm

Jolicloud 1.0 est bien installé tout seul sur mon EEEPC 701SD, il fonctionne bien , merci. Mais à ce stade, je ne peux telecharger les up-grades et les mises à jour, faute de place sur le disque dur sdcarte de 4GO installé et on me demande de libérer de la place pour telecharger. Comme seul Jolicloud occupe tout le disque je ne sais quels fichiers de Jolicloud je pourrais effacer ou bien copier-coller sur l’autre carte SD de 8GO existant dans netbook
Merci de me donner une solution.
Salut à vous


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jack cui
September 4, 2010
3:25 pm

why it dose not have an chinese version????


Quidagis
September 5, 2010
8:33 pm

Installed Jolicloud 1.0 on a LENOVO S10-3
Model 0647 Intel Pineview N470

Works like a charm.

Kudos to JOLICLOUD team.


Larry
September 6, 2010
9:00 pm

Will it work on an HP 2133?


Muhammad Umer Bhatti
September 16, 2010
9:44 pm

its absolutely fantastic……. i lkie it…..
hey i want an OS developer for mobile phone….. So plz contact me …..

here is my email ID — muhammadumerbhatti@yahoo.com


September 21, 2010
7:20 pm

i wanna use the french version please can u share it?


john
September 28, 2010
5:29 pm

can anyone tell me if joli can run in desktop pc smoothly?
i want to install it at my sisters pc :p


    MY
    October 2, 2010
    2:10 pm

    Hi fellas!

    Want first to congrats Jolicloud Dev and participants. Just installed it in my Old Laptop Toshiba Satellite A100 (if i reckon well)… runs not bad but I just noticed that it is not the Famous 1.0 version that everybody’s waiting for. Can not wait to see the upgrade soon and see how smooth this is running.
    One little concern, how come website page such as: gmail.com, mail.live, yahoo.com and so on aren’t working? Is this normal?

    Thank you and looking forward the new version 1.0 and also to become an active user and member of JCloud.

    Cheers and have a nice weekend all,

    MYmusic


October 3, 2010
12:52 pm

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October 23, 2010
10:21 pm

Hola a todos,necesito alguien que me indique como se cambia el triste fondo gris,en el escritorio de los iconos,para asi poder poner un fondo mas alegre como por ejemplo una foto de jolicloud , espero ansioso una respuestagracias


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October 24, 2010
12:01 am

i love jolicloud but i have no sound at all except for the login beat


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October 25, 2010
8:06 pm

Hola necesito saber como se cambia el fondo de escritorio de jolicloud,quitarle ese fondo gris tan triste y ponerle una foto de jolicloud por ejemplo la de la playa gracias


Harsh
October 28, 2010
2:47 pm

Is it compitable to my Lenovo ideapad y430???


October 30, 2010
4:25 am

installed jolicloud OS on a new device ( Acer Aspire One 150 ZG5 ) …..CooLL…its working on all apps…greatssss


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November 2, 2010
3:34 pm

I can’t connect to the internet with modem viettel 3G , please show me some thing … thanks alot .


ToFi
November 3, 2010
4:28 pm

I’m trying out ver 1.0 on my Acer Aspire One. Seems to work well. I wonder when and where ver. 1.1 can be downloadable?
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ToFi
November 3, 2010
4:29 pm

Jolicloud stopped in the middle of syncing and half of my apps are now unusable.


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5:01 pm

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November 11, 2010
8:14 pm

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November 12, 2010
11:14 pm

Can i dual boot this alongside my normal distro’s i have gnome, kde, xfce and win 7 running on laptop at the moment. coz that would be pafekt :)


XMAN
November 14, 2010
8:19 pm

I switched back to Ubuntu. I really like Jolicloud and it is simple but it doesnt have a very big selection of good apps.


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BOB
November 19, 2010
2:34 pm

All that is very nice, open source, low cost and free resources.
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vishal
December 2, 2010
5:57 pm

application dont work on my internet connection in india i have bsnl connection of 460.8 kbps. although i like it very much this has been problem.plz if u have any solution?


HyunZzG
December 7, 2010
3:49 am

Well I just tried to install Jolicloud 1.0 in dual-boot on my HP TM2 and that failed, I’ve already read few times my issue into some posts, I installed it well, it all went fine, but now after initializing and starting up, the computer falls into a blackscreen with nothing able to do, had to force off twice :/


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