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Welcoming All Our Users on Jolicloud 1.0

by Tariq Krim

August 3rd, 2010

Here we are! As of today, everyone has been migrated to Jolicoud 1.0! Users that are downloading the current Jolicloud are automatically upgraded to the new version. The brand new Windows Installer and ISO for the 1.0 are being finalized, and they should be available for download shortly.

What an amazing week! On behalf of the team, I would like to thank all our users for making this migration a success. You’ve been awesome in helping us making sure that the upgrade process was as easy as possible. If you have any trouble upgrading, our support is here to help out, as always.

In just a few weeks, we’ve already improved the performance of the launcher and added a few features that are automatically integrated when you’re connected to the Internet. We’re also improving the system, so you will be asked from time to time to update.

The “Liking” Experiment

As you may have seen, we’ve made some changes to the Stream, making it a more social app-sharing experience. Now, in Jolicloud 1.0, you can “like” apps, which will show up in your Stream. It will also list the app in your “Favorite Apps”. Don’t forget to use this new feature – it’s helpful for other users to figure out what the most popular apps are in our growing App Center.

Some Improvements This Week

We’ve worked hard to make sure that Jolicloud runs on small memory netbooks, and we’ve included a couple new features:

1) You can now see the amount of free space available in your drives, and you’ll get a notice when your drive is almost full.

Jolicloud Drives

2) The total number of machines associated with your account is now visible in your Jolicloud profile. You can remove any machine you no longer use in the settings.

Jolicloud Following

As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.

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Bailey Bootthanoo
August 3, 2010
9:58 am

I LOVE JOLICLOUD. JOLICLOUD FTW!!!


    Stephen
    August 3, 2010
    5:17 pm

    Yeah, it’s great OK. I love the way the team lsten to user requests etc…


    zikalify
    August 5, 2010
    11:15 pm

    It works on an iMac too :D


    Vishwa
    September 9, 2010
    1:36 pm

    hey guys you are doing a great job


    Mark G
    September 18, 2010
    4:03 am

    Jolicloud is awesome. Works on my dell mini10v like charm,


    Anna
    November 13, 2010
    11:36 pm

    100% Agreed!!!


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Ronan
August 3, 2010
10:14 am

As much as I like jolicloud, I really don’t understand the need for a specific social stream. It would only be useful for someone who knows several other jolicloud users, and even then the ability to see what apps other people like is not really what I’d call a killer feature.
Something more interesting would be the direct integration of several other social tools into jolicloud, not as apps but directly in the launcher (something comparable to the facebook application on pip.io?).
The devices list makes little sens as well: jolicloud being a netbook-oriented os, most users will only install it on their netbook, and most people only have one netbook. Maybe it would make sense to be able to register non-jolicloud machines on this list?

I suppose you guys have plans to focus more on these aspects of jolicloud, now that the launcher is ready and all the users can upgrade. I sure hope you’ll come up with something impressive.


    Zak Kaufman
    August 3, 2010
    6:33 pm

    The social stream works as an app collaboration tool, allowing for friends to install apps that other friends like, etc.


      Ankur Mehrotra
      November 13, 2010
      6:29 am

      hi zak

      i have just started using jolicloud ..its really gr8 ……but the problem i am facing tht the application which i select to be installed are not able to sync so every 10 min it start to sync and it fails to do tht …. and i am unable to use the application which i wanna use ……….plz help…


Bontoux
August 3, 2010
10:28 am

Hi Tariq,

just a little issue concerning an incorrect mapping on my Dell Mini9.
Could you please correct this ?
Despite this, the whole thing is awsome


    Zak Kaufman
    August 3, 2010
    6:32 pm

    Sorry, I’m not sure what you mean.


August 3, 2010
11:16 am

I think 1.0 is a good first step towards a netbook/tablet linux. More emphasis needs to be given towards integrating current social media sites into the feed. Also I was still having problems using 3g connectivity on my hp 311 mini. I know this is a known linux kernel issue with the hp 2400 adapter. I just hope its something that also gets attention in the future. All-in-all, a good push tho.


    Zak Kaufman
    August 3, 2010
    6:32 pm

    See Tariq’s comment below on this.


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August 3, 2010
12:07 pm

Hello,

Our OS team is working very hard to get things to work, but it is difficult to find good drivers. We already have more support than other linux based OS, and we are looking to improve our support on every update.

Social (or Collaboration) is something we want to push more in the future. We are looking to do smart integration and use of the social graph. Don’t worry, the pace of new features plan is getting busier than ever.

Thanks again for your support, don’t forget to spread the word.

best


    Charles Cotham
    September 23, 2010
    5:27 am

    OK Guys, Color Me Impressed, Seems to be a really great Linux implementation, tried it on my Aspire One D250 that Windows XP had gone bad, Installed Jolicloud 1.0 and everything worked so good it made me want to check out install on some old machines I had in the back room. It would not work on a Dell C800 laptop, screen problems, so I went on to a Dell Optiplex GX-270 Tower, No ability to Boot from a Flash Drive so I used Imgburn to burn the Jolicloud 1.0 ISO to a Memorex 700mb CD-R, and it worked. Fired up the Old tower set to boot from CD and it worked great, Seemed to find all of the devices, even an old wireless Lynksys PCI card that I never got working under XP. Installed Jolicloud on the 20mb HD and Everything that I have tried has worked like a champ. Jolicloud 1.0 seems to have all the bases covered for me, it would be hard to go back to windows again. Thanks for all your work…
    Chuck Cotham


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Alex
August 3, 2010
12:46 pm

What du you mean by ‘ISO for the 1.0 are being finalized’? Can we expect it to arrive within one day?


Alex
August 3, 2010
12:50 pm

I have another question: How do you want to earn money with Jolicliud? Will some apps cost money? It is OK to earn money, but is is only fair to tell people what might change in the future once they have migrated to Jolicloud.


    Zak Kaufman
    August 3, 2010
    6:31 pm

    See the blog post below.


werner
August 3, 2010
2:12 pm

Joli is unusable with ACER Netbook Timeline 1810 & UMTS/EDGE Stick, cause it needs about 16h download session. thats tooooooo much…

I resigned….good luck,will try ubuntu netbook edition 10.4


August 3, 2010
2:57 pm

I liked the version 0.9 launcher more.


    Zak Kaufman
    August 3, 2010
    6:31 pm

    Sorry, it’s depreciated.


Alex
August 3, 2010
3:44 pm

For anyone interested, seems like the future will bring some ‘premium’ functions to pay for:

http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/cloud/2010/08/02/jolicloud-the-future-is-html-5-40089687/

Hopefully Jolicloud will be usable in the future without being forced to pay.


    Stephen
    August 3, 2010
    5:16 pm

    I’s pay for reliable integrated on-line storage no prob, JC team?


    Zak Kaufman
    August 3, 2010
    6:30 pm

    As it says “There will always be a free version”


Anwar "Luke" Rangkuti
August 3, 2010
5:17 pm

The phenomenal growth of Jolicloud, should be imprinted in all computer science textbooks ….at some point :-D


Barry
August 3, 2010
7:37 pm

Jolicloud is simply the best distro for netbooks / laptops and desktops .. nothing touches it for simplicity, functionality, usability and lets face it looks ..

Well done to all at Jolicloud.


John
August 3, 2010
7:54 pm

This is starting to look very, very cool! nice work and a big thankyou!!!!!

ps… put the -, square and x back in their proper place on the left ;-) windoze who needs reminded of that pile of pants ;-)

pps…yea I already got help to do it myself (gconf-editor & ubuntu tutorial)


    Zak Kaufman
    August 3, 2010
    8:20 pm

    Oh you found one? Great!


      John
      August 3, 2010
      9:47 pm

      Yea was simple to do. Only once edited a menu bar appeared on the home screen. Right clicking it & selecting “use system title bar and menus” got rid of it. (procedure may need to be done twice if a further set of square, x and minus appear in webrowser)

      I also removed menu from the button layout so now it reads “close,maximize,minimize”

      sounds more complicated than it is.

      a good learning experience thanks :)

      For anyone wanting to do it a guide is bellow to put them on right . Just write what I typed above without the “” to put them on the left. You can leave menu in if you want but I felt no need for it

      http://ubuntu-tutorials.com/2010/06/08/move-window-buttons-back-to-the-right-ubuntu-10-04/


Wow looks a nice software here.. I’ll give it a try.. Thanks for the information


Christopher
August 3, 2010
11:23 pm

I hope that 1.0 will support tablet PCs natively. I tried the pre-release on an touch-screen only tablet PC and nothing worked. Granted it is an older tablet, but I’m tired of Windows XP Tablet Edition and would like to see a change.


    Zak Kaufman
    August 4, 2010
    12:00 am

    Touchscreen is officially supported, but there is currently no official on screen keyboard to my knowledge.


Shawn Langlois
August 3, 2010
11:28 pm

I love the overall look and design of 1.0, but I find myself being somewhat less productive than with the previous desktop.

Is there a chance that a greater degree of customizability could be added? I would like to be able to better organize and more importantly Label each page of my apps.


    Zak Kaufman
    August 4, 2010
    12:00 am

    A lot of things are under consideration for the future.


August 4, 2010
6:49 am

Jolicloud is (for me at least) better than UNR. Here are my findings:

- It kept updating for sure once connected to the Internet. That’s good except I wish I had an option to change its setting to update at my own time. [Got power failure one time while the OS updating. Came out the HTML5 launcher gone. Everything functioning but the launcher was gone. Zak helped by providing this command to be entered in terminal (it's ctrl+f1 in case anyone wondering): sudo apt-get install jolicloud-desktop jolicloud-minimal jolicloud-standard]

- Seems like the native apps are somewhat outdated for most of them. Although I am aware of the company’s mission to support clouding computing, I do believe that I will be needed the native apps for my daily use as well even connected to the internet. So apps like Thunderbird, Firefox should be updated with the latest..perhaps using repo from ubuntuzilla? Besides, I have 14 different email address which I’m using daily and thunderbird kept the job easy.

- Launcher doesn’t seems to be customizable by user other than reposition the apps etc. I would like to see the ability to add third party apps (not supported by JC) be able to be added into the launcher.

- I’m currently using JC on top of Windows. Planning to expand the size of the diskspace but was told it is not possible. Would be nice if this can be done :)

- In folder tab, there is zumo, dropbox etc included. Rather than clicking access opening a new window, why not integrate it into JC like a explorer branch? So user can just browse files etc from that tab?

So far my experience with JC is really great. I tried Ubuntu before and honestly I like JC more just because of the nice UI.

So, bravo to the JC team and to Tariq for came up with this idea. BUT, like one of the user above said, we appreciate and understand the need to fund this project but hopefully you will be transparent by telling us what service will be a paid service and the cost of it.

Thank you,
Aizal


    Ronan
    August 4, 2010
    10:08 am

    “- In folder tab, there is zumo, dropbox etc included. Rather than clicking access opening a new window, why not integrate it into JC like a explorer branch? So user can just browse files etc from that tab?”

    When I first tried clicking on the dropbox link, I thought it didn’t work because nothing happened.
    Turns out I had a chrome window open, and the dropox website had opened in a new tab in the background.
    It really need better integration. Would be cool if it could detect if the dropbox client is installed, and open the dropbox folder or the dropbox website accordingly.


      Orvis
      August 18, 2010
      8:05 pm

      As to the dropbox integration, my feature request is this:
      upon choosing Dropbox (or any of the web services), the right pane (currently only containing the Dropbox logo and a go-to button) would gain a bar along the top with a toggle switch – local or cloud – and a “visit website” button and an “open local folder” button. When choosing the local toggle, the rest of the right pane would be a directory window for the local dropbox folder (difficult, I know, as the whole jolicloud interface is built on a browser). When the choosing cloud toggle, the rest of the right pane would have the dropbox files tab embedded onto that page in the jolicloud interface (perhaps easier to accomplish?)

      In so many words, that’s what I’d like to see.


August 4, 2010
10:42 am

I like Jolicloud’s new interface. I didn’t like the old because it seem too complicated or like you had to learn to use it. This one doesn’t feel like you have to learn to use. Everything is pretty intuitive.

Also good job on picking chrome. I assume you’re going to integrate chrome’s webstore with your own, too.

I have one big issue with Jolicloud. It doesn’t seem to manage memory very well when my RAM fills up. Whenever I have like 2-3 open webapps and 9 or so tabs in Chrome, Jolicloud freeze badly. It takes at least 2 minutes to recover, and sometimes it even freezes completely and I have to restart. I use an Eee PC 1000H.

I hope you can fix this one soon because it’s very annoying.

Another smaller issue I noticed, sometimes it doesn’t open some sites in chrome. It says it couldn’t find the site or something like that.

Anyway, keep it up. I think you have potential with Jolicloud, even after Chrome OS launches, mostly because your OS can be installed on any netbook, and chrome OS won’t be, unless they get huge momentum and manufacturers will prefer putting Chrome OS on new netbooks instead of Jolicloud.

Till then your biggest competitor might be http://chromeos.hexxeh.net/

Maybe you should hire him :)


August 4, 2010
11:09 am

Well, I generally love the system. Though the inability to run some apps directly from the HDD. Like the scheduling apps for instance – gantter or whatever – this is quite a drawback, cause if I want to check anything while ,being out and there’s no net connection then I’m fracked, to say the least. And it’s quite an important feature.
There’s a more serious glitch, though. I’m running JC on an EEE PC 900, and it tends to stop responding from time to time to any clicking or whatsoever. Some programmes just crash without giving a reason :) Like Evolution Mail – I was just composing quite important mails and well… they all went to hell. Maybe try adapting a more usr-friendly mail client (not another Thunderbird, PLEASE!) or I dunno. I’m just giving my opinion ;) still, everything’s on a good track. Keep up the good work!


    August 4, 2010
    11:34 am

    oh, and the system clock doesn’t manage, it keeps on telling the wrong time and each time I restart JC I need to set it right manually


      August 5, 2010
      3:34 am

      StaH | August 4, 2010 at 11:34 am

      oh, and the system clock doesn’t manage, it keeps on telling the wrong time and each time I restart JC I need to set it right manually
      ————–

      Totally agree. I happened to me too.

      As for the native apps, you can install them fine and can find them in your system by pressing “menu” control key on your keyboard. I have a few native apps running fine.


August 4, 2010
1:37 pm

I forgot to mention one suggestion.

Put a link for feedback where you can see it from anywhere you are in Jolicloud. Kind of like Microsoft did for Windows 7 beta. I think that helped them a lot because people mentioned later how MS actually listened to its users, etc.This got them more positive reviews later.


Ted
August 4, 2010
3:09 pm

Love JC, but wish there was an app like Messenger to use here… Pidgin is ok if you are only using IMs and no video, need to use google talk to try the video, but here in Brasil , google talk is not available, how about emesene… is ubuntu friendly… and not all have SKYPE… also WINE is not loading… still all in all… JC is great for me… thx


    August 4, 2010
    9:52 pm

    I suggest you use http://www.ebuddy.com It’s great. Webcam works, too.


      John
      August 5, 2010
      11:00 am

      eBuddy just for IPone, Android, PSP, Mobile and so on.


    Nina
    August 23, 2010
    11:54 pm

    Also aMSN is very good its actually better than MSN and everything works


John
August 4, 2010
4:41 pm

Hope my Archos 9 could be fully supported soon.


    Paul
    August 6, 2010
    8:20 pm

    Man, I would get an Archos 9 just to have Jolicloud on it.


      John
      August 24, 2010
      9:31 am

      What do you mean? Your touchscreen on Archos 9 is supported?


Tóth Imre
August 4, 2010
4:54 pm

You done a good job, JC is great.

Maybe useful for the development: in my computer does not work the “Suspend” and Hibernate” mode.
In both cases makes errors the Dell Mini 10 (HDMI).

Go go JC :-)


    norb
    August 11, 2010
    2:15 pm

    Hello,

    Nem vagyok egy linux szakerto, de mar egy ideje hasznalok linuxot es kellene egy kis help.
    A jolicloudban szeretnem megvaltoztatni a menu lathatosagat, ugy hogy latszodjon a hatterkep.
    lenne valami otleted, hogy valosithato ez meg?

    Thx: norb


Josh
August 5, 2010
1:26 am

Is there any reason why Flash support seems so incredibly bad so much of the time in this? While yes, it does handle a fair number of Youtube videos a lot nicer than Ubuntu has for me, I can’t make Pandora work AT ALL, and I’m lucky to get Last.fm to play two or three songs before suddenly it refuses to play anything beyond the stupid Dolby advertisements before stations load. And there are a bunch of Youtube videos that absolutely refuse to load.


    Zak Kaufman
    August 5, 2010
    6:11 am

    Flash is closed source, and therefore unmodified in Jolicloud. You’d have to bring this up with Adobe, I think.


Jordan
August 5, 2010
4:05 am

First heard of Jolicloud today, and so far I’m liking it. Quick, easy access for my netbook and I think I’ll probably use it more than the Windows install. Keep it up Jolicloud dev team!


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fazil
August 5, 2010
7:40 am

Please torrent and scheduler in this distribution by default


    Jihad Johno
    August 5, 2010
    9:52 am

    The transmission app is a torrent download app. Seems to run fine.


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Jihad Johno
August 5, 2010
9:50 am

Love the distro…. Iv upgraded to 1.0 and looks nice and smooth. A minor problem seems to be with opening menu options for files and apps. When i right click it can take up to a minute for the menu to pop up even when i have no other apps running.
Also i wish there was built in support for itouch and iphone . All the apps that claim to do this have major issues and are unable to recognise the itouch. Also my 1TB hdd is unmountable in jolicloud which is a pain.
But love this OS and thankful you released it…. Keep up the good work guys and hope future updates will have fixes for these issues :)


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Jamie McAuslane
August 5, 2010
1:09 pm

Just interested to know what the difference between the ‘Paid for’ and ‘Free version’ will be when it comes to functionality?

Also realize that the pre (which I’m still on) was based on Jaunty. What is 1.0 based on? Lucid? I’ve had real problems with freeze ups on Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04. This despite having a decent spec’d pc. Just doesn’t like something on my motherboard (strangely enough it’s the same on Windows 7… Freezes). This is the primary reason I used JC pre.

So as you can imagine I am reluctant to upgrade to 1.0 coz I don’t want the hassle of a reinstall and then setting everything up again.

Any advice appreciated.

Cheers

J


    August 5, 2010
    1:47 pm

    You don’t have to re-install. Just update it. The new interface is well worth even a re-install. It’s much cleaner and better


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Ivano
August 5, 2010
2:05 pm

Hi there,
I have installed JC just a few days ago, and I definetely love it.
I have a problem, though. I cannot properly use the keyboard, since all the keys are just weird.
For example, when I try to enter an @, the result is a ” sign.
Any idea of how to fix this-_


    August 5, 2010
    6:51 pm

    I have a similar issue, is it solved in the Final version ?


      Kris
      August 5, 2010
      8:59 pm

      I’m not a dev, but you might try this:
      run terminal (Alt-F1), type “gnome-keyboard-properties”, go to “Layout” tab and change the “Keyboard model” to the one you have. If you don’t find yours, click “Add” and try to find the layout for your keyboard (by country and language). You might try if the set suits you by taping at the textbox at the bottom of the window. When you find yours, make it default by clicking the dot next to it and then “Close”.


      Ivano
      August 7, 2010
      12:01 pm

      Kris,

      Thanks for the info, but even if a choose English or USA or England in the keyboard profile, I am not able to solve the issue.


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Jason
August 5, 2010
5:38 pm

Will I be able to play 720p MKVs (H.264 video and AAC audio) with soft subtitles at 5 Mbps using a GMA 500 graphics chipset? I can currently do this in Windows 7.


    Javier
    August 6, 2010
    4:56 pm

    Anyone try this out on their Menlow based netbooks?


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Andy
August 5, 2010
6:10 pm

Is Adobe Flash hardware accelerated for netbooks that support it?


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Roland
August 5, 2010
9:35 pm

On my HP Mini 2140 it’s great – jolicloud is actually the best choice as a netbook os. How to use a background picture for the HTML 5 Launcher?

Greetings from the most western part of Germany – Aachen


JD
August 6, 2010
2:34 am

I installed JC on an HP Mini 1000 and it works like a champ. Nicely done, all.

Question: I just saw an update request from JC that I allowed through. Where is the information regarding what this update was? Would it be possible to send an info blurb along with the update so that we know what’s being changed?

Thanks.


August 6, 2010
3:59 am

Great work and a brilliant concept. Today my new netbook (Samsung N220) arrived and I installed Jolicloud immediately.

Works pretty good except for a few bugs from time to time. The only really severe problem is the brightness. Either it’s too dark or too bright, you can’t adjust it (even with the BIOS option). Neither the Fn keys are working nor is the manually added brightness adjustment in the panel.

With a quick fix for this issue it would be pretty perfect!


    Kris
    August 6, 2010
    2:53 pm

    use samsung-tools: https://launchpad.net/samsung-tools

    in case of problems they have a great support forum: http://www.voria.org/forum

    i’m using n150 and i had the same problem. i installed the package, some of the special options start working (such as changing the brightness), but my Fn key did not work, so i also mapped the functions of Fn+other_key to Ctrl+other_key. it’s definitely doable, and not that difficult.

    and this is the suggestion for the devs as well – please add samsung-tools as the installation option, when the installer detects that Jolicloud is being installed at Samsung. if you install them already configured you might eliminate a lot of complains.


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August 6, 2010
3:58 pm

So, would it work on a Eee 701?


    dave
    August 15, 2010
    8:47 pm

    I am currently running on a 701 ad runs perfectly.


James Whanger
August 6, 2010
4:33 pm

Getting the Jolicloud distribution of linux up and running was the most user friendly experience I’ve ever had with a computer. And considering I’m using a HP Mini 1030nr netbook, which caused quite a few problems with ubuntu netbook remix — it was nothing short of amazing. Wifi worked first time out of the box.

My only comment is that the options for which HP Mini did not contain the 1030nr — it only contained the 1000. Perhaps this covers it, but I was under the impression that there were some differences which caused some of the problems with ubuntu nr. You may want to add 1030nr to your HP Mini list of compatible computers.


andy_capp
August 6, 2010
8:11 pm

Can anyone confirm that the Broadcom Crystal HD chip is supported? Is there any difference in installing ‘via windows’ or ‘installing via iso/usb’ as far as ‘out of the box support for this chip? How would i verify that this device is supported if i were to install myself?


    Lurkingcrasszero
    August 9, 2010
    1:35 am

    Broadcom Crystal HD card is NOT being utilised on my Dell 1012 HD :(

    Overall performance of HD streams on Youtube is poor in my opinion. I read all kinds of stuff about the Pinetrail platform netbook hardware being utilised, but I’m not seeing it personally.


Paul
August 6, 2010
8:43 pm

I’m new to Jolicloud (I moved from Ubuntu 10.04) and here’s when I think:

- Very nice and clean interface, you guys did beautiful work on its design

- The fps drops by a crazy amount when either the mouse is highly active, scrolling or I’m typing fast and the fps can drops from 60 to 40-30. That’s just crazy and along with fps dropping, the sound skips. (I think that problem has been perceived as Jolicloud being a memory hog but my CPU never goes above 70% and RAM above 500mb).

– Some application integration would be awesome, things like integration with Nautilus, Totem (or other gstreamer video player) and Rhythmbox. Just pick the latest stable version, customize the source code (they’re all nicely integrated with Gnome) and make it flow! The indicator applet (default in Ubuntu 10.04 onwards) is a great example of application-OS integration, or at least the appearance of integration. If anyone could do that successfully it’d be you. Seriously, nice OS.

- Brilliant icon set, window border and GTK theme. Some of the best stuff I’ve seen on Linux.

- HTML5 has some amazing stuff and you guys are scratching the surface of what you can really do with it and I cannot wait to see what you do next.


    Paul
    August 6, 2010
    9:02 pm

    I forgot to put my specs (if that matters at all):
    Acer Aspire 5315

    15.4″ TFT Screen
    2GB RAM
    120GB hardrive
    Celeron M530 1.73GHz
    Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100


Steve
August 7, 2010
12:49 am

Hi, Jolicloud does not install on the HP TM2 laptop. This is a shame since the TM2 is a touchscreen based laptop, with a Wacom display which is listed under the supported touchscreens for Jolicloud. I don’t recieve any errors while trying to install Jolicloud on the TM2, jolicloud attempts to boot after initializing, then just sits at a black screen, no mouse no nothing, does not recognize input at all, harddrive is aslo inactive at this point. I would really like to help get Jolicloud working on the HP TM2, what steps can I take, how can I help? Thanks.


    August 27, 2010
    2:55 pm

    I am running Jolicloud on the HP tm2 and it works great. The touchscreen doesn’t work but I haven’t updated it yet. I installed it from ubuntu 10.04 with the built in tool to copy iso’s to USB and make it bootable. Once I did that you boot to the usb and press enter when boot> shows up. Then your set, just connect to the internet and create an account.


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don't like to be named
August 7, 2010
11:51 am

this is rubbish – why do I need to register and/or link my facebook account? why do I need a username? why I cannot delete my account? this is crap.


    Paul Kenny
    August 7, 2010
    4:17 pm

    I don’t like that you have to choose a device that’s on the officially supported list, my Acer Aspire 5315 runs perfectly well but I have to but it down as another model! Not cool, you should be about to write the manufacturer and model of your own device instead of having to pick one (which may not be your own) from an unchangable list.


      mewshi
      August 12, 2010
      9:19 pm

      I can’t use Jolicloud because it’s requiring me to put in the model and whatnot, but the list never shows up. It’s broken. Please fix. Or explain to me how to fix it.


      Hannah
      August 13, 2010
      1:57 am

      Mewshi – I was having the same problem as well today, but the list should appear if you refresh the page by pressing F5.


Jake
August 7, 2010
3:08 pm

Good work chaps! Dead impressed, got it running on my 8″ Sony vaio p series and it makes it a really usable little device. Fantastic!

Only thing I would say – would be great to have the ‘stream’ linked in with Facebook and Twitter (kind of like HTC’s friend stream).

Good work though and thanks again!


August 7, 2010
5:47 pm

Jolicloud 1.0…

The Jolicloud guys have released the final 1.0 version of their special netbook Linux distribution.

Joliclound claims to be other than regular Linux distributions. It uses a netbook screen size optimized user GUI and the GUI is mainly based on HTML5. …


Besim
August 7, 2010
7:34 pm

How about if you could add jupiter (by Andrew Wyatt, aka fewt) for hardware control on netbooks?


Laura
August 8, 2010
12:35 am

Hate new jolicloud. Hate it. Was one of the first to try the beta. Loved it. Hate the automatic updates. Please give us old joli cloud back, or at least make it available.


    diphe
    August 8, 2010
    7:58 am

    I totally agree with you, apps without categorization is a crap, also put local apps and cloud apps on different locations is a very crap, this 1.0 release is going to make me use other os


Nix77
August 8, 2010
2:58 am

Thank you for working hard now my netbook (msi x320) can use Jolicloud. But still have small problem when my netbook go to sleep mode everything freeze not respond. I must pass hold power button for turn off it.


    Nix77
    August 11, 2010
    11:14 pm

    Thank you everybody yesterday had 4 update then my problem fixed. Thank you again.


Rod'en
August 8, 2010
5:18 pm

I pressed upgrade and later restarted. Now “get started” icon doesn’t work – keeps “loading” forever – and I can’t un/install anything. What do I do?


Kyle
August 8, 2010
6:41 pm

How can I get Jolicloud to work with my external USB DVD burner? It recognizes it when attached, but does not recognize the blank disc I insert… while other computers do.
Thanks


    Paul
    August 8, 2010
    8:50 pm

    Have you tried it on another Linux distro?


    David
    September 25, 2010
    8:56 pm

    Did you get your external DVD drive working? After Jolicloud installation, my Dell Mini 9 will not play a DVD from my USB DVD drive. Looking for an answer. Thanks.


      David
      September 28, 2010
      5:57 am

      Solved it using Get Satisfaction support. Jolicloud rocks.


August 9, 2010
2:00 am

已经在下载了,尝试下
希望是继承了ubuntu的优良


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August 9, 2010
4:38 am

Really liking the new update. I’d like to know how you guys worked toward this layout. I really like the move toward uncluttering. I do miss the way tabs organized the apps and made it easier find apps not on the first page I’m on. But really the search bar, is a much faster interface. That’s definitely my favorite new feature.

Just one idea that might make it more agile and quick. I’d like it if when I switched focus to the Launcher the focus was on the search bar, so when I tap the home key, I can just start typing to select the app I want.


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bobthedog
August 9, 2010
5:33 pm

Excellent! Thanks to Jolicloud for making the FIRST Linux that actually functions fully on my HPmini 2133. It’s the sort with the really off-the-wall wifi card they soon changed for the later 2133s, the one that that struggled to work even on the original SLED installation, and never worked right on anything else (forever dropping out). I installed Jolicloud yesterday, after trying 6 other distros in the past year and wiping them in disgust. Even the 3D acceleration works (never has before).

I am hardly in your target group (I’m 66 years old and as boring as ….) but I’m a fan. For sure. At last I can wipe the hideous SLED and use the space it’s taking up.


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August 10, 2010
10:07 am

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norb
August 11, 2010
2:11 pm

I become a fan of jolicloud,
so nice and fast! Thanks

-I seen a few pictures on the net about jolicloud and
im inetrested about, how to make my main menu “less visible”- i mean, i would like to see my background picture.
it is possiple? If yes, please describe the steps.

THX :-)


August 12, 2010
1:30 am

wow that fantastic..i have try it..
hope Jolicloud in Desktop version next…^__^


ignik
August 14, 2010
10:46 am

How to add applications?!

I need in gnome-terminal, wireshark, fbreader and some my applications.

How to remove not needed Chromium?


August 14, 2010
1:07 pm

Jolicloud team: try and put Chromium 6.0 on it as soon as possible. I’ve been having some issues with Chrome 5.0 stable version – After 10 or so tabs my computer became very slow. I thought it was Windows 7′s fault, but now I have Chrome 6 beta and I can have even 20 tabs open without a loss in performance.


norb
August 14, 2010
2:02 pm

hi,

i have problem with “synchronization” apps..
once i format my laptop and reinstall the jolicloud, the apps doesn’t works any more..
-i log in my pc with facebook or user
-all my downloaded/installed program is looks allrigt, but if i want to sart any of them, nothing happening.
-then my jolicloud start the synch.. when is done the icons looks grey and i unable to use them.
-i try delete them and install again manualli but is steel crap.
-what i doing wron? can u help me pls !?
thx

)(*)&(!@:!”<@”:)_*&??!


    Melissa
    August 20, 2010
    12:33 am

    I have the same problem but unfortunately do not have a solution…I feel your pain.


Marvin
August 14, 2010
4:23 pm

Please add Fujitsu Siemens Pi 1505 to the supported list.

Everything is working :)


bhu
August 15, 2010
12:48 am

used to love jc.
since the upgrade dont like the feel of it. no flexibility at all on how i have my desktop now. has to be the html5 way.
used to like the way it used to run before.


James
August 16, 2010
3:44 pm

My Aspire One keeps attempting to sync the same programs repeatedly. One of the apps is the Chromium browser, which means that it spends most of its time greyed out.


Stefan
August 16, 2010
7:13 pm

Good JOB! i was going to put the remix and i found jolicloud. it works better than any linux distro i ever worked with.
I had windows 7 on my netbook(hp 1030nr) and it was a dream, but i had a problem with the webcam. Does jolicloud have a app that will work with my netbook’s webcam? Everything else works except i have battery life issues. In windows 7 in power saving mode i could get 2 and half hours of life on the battery(three cell) now i get 45mins if im lucky with Jolicloud, how do i adjust the cpu to use less power in Jolicloud?


Irving
August 17, 2010
1:16 am

Jolicloud the best there is but will not let me install
add more applications to the system I get Jolicloud
as inactive although not pointed out the install option
Help me nothing happens


John
August 18, 2010
12:24 am

I can’t log in anymore. It keeps asking me to log into my Jolicloud and when I do, it says it’s not authorized. This is really nice, I can’t use it at all.


John
August 18, 2010
12:47 am

Weird, I can long in from other computers. I can’t even create a new account! Do I just reinstall it? It’s totally useless now, I can enter my computer’s login so I can not be able to log into my jolicloud account.


John
August 18, 2010
5:44 pm

iplayer is playing up for me. get the loading wheel after its played for a while, then sound is doubled/repeated. Hitting pause the sound continues but vid stops.


    John
    August 18, 2010
    10:11 pm

    iplayer seems fine now. Just annoying it pops out of full screen when watching stuff. Not just iplayer but lovefilm, revision3 etc :-(


Tóth Imre
August 19, 2010
10:16 pm

I lioke JC 1.0
But …
I have a Vodafone mobil internet stick. But this no work in JC.
Maybe i must say good bey?
Can you help me?


Melissa
August 20, 2010
12:31 am

I loved Jolicloud…for a while. Now I’m having problems with the wireless dropping constantly. I’m commenting from the Windows side of my netbook because Jolicloud will not keep my wireless connection. Any thoughts?


adsys
August 21, 2010
1:43 am

JC 0.9 was much better


Karl Peters
August 21, 2010
5:05 pm

I came across this whilst looking for a linux distro for my Mum. I was looking for something simple, easy to use and configure and maintain (possibly similar to UNR).

I have to say this is awesome. Not done a full install yet but booting off usb and I seroiusly like this. Sod my Mum, I’m gonna put this on my machine.


Nina
August 24, 2010
12:05 am

I really do love JC but the new launcher not customizable at all In can’t see my desktop anymore and is kinda annoying and also the fact that all the apps not added through JC not appearing in it not nice ether but I do love JC and i’ve used sever OS.

Thanks ! hope you continue on improving this OS that has so much potential

Nina


ravi panwar
August 24, 2010
4:11 am

i want to install jolicloud on my ubuntu netbook…help me as i have no cd drive…please tell me the procedure to install jolicloud…
another ques (may sound silly)do multiple os on netbook effects the performance of d netbook.


tompal2
August 24, 2010
6:36 pm

Dear sires:

I just got jolicloud 1.0 on my sony vaio p and it works really fine.
There is only two points I would like to improve.
1) I only can use a low screen resolutio about 1024×680 and the sony vaio p is capable to reach 1600×840. What can I do?
2) I need dropbox local not only on the cloud to work if I have not internet connection. Is that possible and How can I handle that?
Very good job!!!
Regards
tompal2


Jim
August 25, 2010
8:28 pm

I guess I agree with various previous posts, that v1.0 looks great, but that the some of the functionality (particularly the launcher) is a step backwards from v0.9. But I really appreciate that it just works (and works well) on my ancient (well, 2 years old) Acer Aspire One-110 (0.5Gb RAM, 8Gb SSD).

Here’s what I would really like:
1. Integration of non-JC applications (text editors and the like) into the launcher; the menu-key route is pretty clunky.
2. User-customizable launcher, so the user can impose a hierarchy of pages. I.e. a bit like the launcher in v0.9, but with the user determining the categories and which applications are placed where. (This after all is analogous to how we all construct our personalized file hierarchies, mail folders, photo libraries, etc.)
3. Ability to put an icon for an individual file in the launcher, so that a file currently being worked on can be made instantly accessible, without trawling through the filing system via a file browser every time the system is booted.
So it’s actually quite a short list…

Finally, many thanks for what we already have, and keep up the good work!

Jim


Kieran Poynon
August 25, 2010
10:01 pm

Wow! This is just incredible! You guys are amazing! Seriously this is so nice to use and overall an amazing user experience. I’ll be showing this to all my friends!

Running XP on my old laptop is painful, this on the otherhand runs like a dream.
1.0 FTW
Jolicloud FTW
Please keep this up!

P.S option to allow smaller icons and maybe 3 or 4 rows on main screen would help.

Thanks
K


John
August 26, 2010
12:08 am

I can’t get the torrent working to download this. All I get is connecting to peers. I would really like this on my netbook, but can’t get it. Help please?


John
August 27, 2010
4:06 pm

iplayer is doing it again. The vid pauses and the wheel thing spins, the sound continues, when the vid picture is ready to continue it starts to play from that point with sound plus the sound that carried on. using wifi :-(


odlok
August 31, 2010
2:27 pm

I finally installed back the Joli Prebeta version. This one is the best OS for my Asus 1201ha Eeepc.
I have tried the following OS’s:
-Ubuntu Netbook, Remix, Karmic, 10.04, etc
- Linux Mint
- Easy Peasy
- Mandriva
- Eeebuntu (all versions)
And I definitely stay with Jolicloud. I’ve always had problems with poulsbo driver for my damn GMA500 Intel chipset or my Atheros sound card. Running Jolicloud ev’rything works!
But I prefer prebeta version. Beta one slows down my computer. I still don’t know why and I also prefer to have the option of the desktop switcher. Even the launcher was more intuitive in the prebeta version from my point of view.
Anyway, great job Tariq & co.


Mike
September 5, 2010
6:28 pm

I just installed Jolicloud 1.0 on my Dell Inspiron 530s, everything is working fine and very fast.Im impressed but for one thing , I have no sound…Anyone have a fix for this?


Divvey Fallfan
September 6, 2010
11:37 am

very happy with JC.
Has anyone any experience running it on one of these Android iPad alts??

Hardware
Performance
CPU
ZT-180
Frequency
1G Hz
Memory
DDR 256MB
NAND flash
Standard 2GB;
Extended
TF Card, U disk
LCD display
10.2” TFT digital display,
Resolution: 1024×600
Internet solution
Support WIFI 802.11 b/g

thanks


    Nerea
    September 7, 2010
    11:04 pm

    I really love Jolicloud but I’m missing FBReader. I could install it but since it’s not a Jolicloud app everytime I want to launch it I have to go to the directory where it’s installed and execute it from there. Is there a possibility to add it to Jolicloud apps. I tried to look for something to suggest you new apps but I didn’t find anything.


simon
September 9, 2010
6:32 am

The touch screen not work for my Fujisu U1010 on Jolicloud.

how can I get it work?


YURI
September 11, 2010
8:42 pm

I just instaled Joli on my Eeepc 105HA, and its work almost perfectly, good job guys. Indeed need some bug fixed, like the synchronization, when i install new apps i make the sync but isnt work… need some reboots
Another point is the hotkey only brightness works… the others(sound, wi-fi, sleep ..) didnt.

Please if you could fix this =)


September 13, 2010
3:45 am

I really like the way that Joli runs on my dell xt2 tablet. OpenOffice opens faster than notepad does on the other partition (windows 7). Would like to be able to use touchscreen without the pen (hate the pen, sorry dell). Apps just run fast, and clean. Chrome has a few bugs, but has same bugs on all OS’s. If I could get the touch screen, and screen rotation working, I’d be on jolicloud 9! I’m a long time linux user, done neat things with LAMP stacks, and currently maintain about 800 computers for a school district, would love to run Joli in a lab full of computers, or with no machine, or thin clients or such.


Dimitris Dafalias
September 17, 2010
2:52 pm

Hi i’m Dimitris,i’ve made Jolicloud installer an ISO cd,and use it with my external cd drive using it as usb,i don’t know if that is the problem,but the installation are not stable,plus i don’t have administrator privileges.What do you suggest?Do you have other version of Jolicloud with more privileges?


tawin
September 18, 2010
7:14 am

I cant use another layout keyboard language.


September 18, 2010
9:45 am

So far, not too bad. Still a tossup between this and Meego.

Why no google chrome? Chromium isn’t recognized by some online apps and makes it a pain.

Still think the way apps are organized is weird and hard to navigate.

Also, there aren’t a lot of apps that take advantage of local content – here I can “add simplenote” but it’s just a glorified web page.

Simplenote on a mac or on windows via ResophNotes or Terminal Velocity provides me with a native sync into the online app – that’s power.

Lastly, what is the point of showing that i need to updated if I don’t know what’s being updated? Why ask me at all?


September 22, 2010
11:39 am

I really love Jollycloud! Version 1.0 it’s great. Adding two major improvements could be perfect.

1) Add Inkscape to the app list.
2) Let users add custom apps to the main app menu.

I hope you can add this improvements on future versions.
Great work man!


moises quintanar
September 22, 2010
6:19 pm

He probado varias distribuciones linux yme encuentro que Jolicloud es la mejor por la diversidad de Harware que posee, además es muy rapida y no se cuelga para nada.Lo unico que sucede en mini 110-3026 es que no hay sonido sin embargo espero se soluciones esto. Congratulations.


September 27, 2010
4:08 pm

I have Jolicloud installed on my external cd dirve and having stabillity problems, it hangs and seems quite unstable.


bettigiu
September 30, 2010
10:41 am

Ho attivatto Jolicloud 1.0 nel mio notebook Acer Aspire in combinazione con il sistema operativo XP.Tutto funziona regolarmente meno la parte audio.
Non è un problema del notebook in quanto con il sistema operativo XP l’audio funziona
Faccio presente che ricevo regolarmente tutti gli aggiornamenti di Jolicloud
Non riesco a comprendere la motivazione di questo inconveniente


giusebetti
September 30, 2010
10:55 am

Ho attivatto Jolicloud 1.0 nel mio notebook Acer Aspire in combinazione con il sistema operativo XP.Tutto funziona regolarmente meno la parte audio.
Non è un problema del notebook in quanto con il sistema operativo XP l’audio funziona
Faccio presente che ricevo regolarmente tutti gli aggiornamenti di Jolicloud
Non riesco a comprendere la motivazione di questo inconveniente


Ronaldo
October 1, 2010
11:57 am

Jolicloud is almost perfect for me except… It does’nt install SKYPE, SAVEVID and IMO.IM… dont no why…. seems can’t synchronize….. please help.


MY
October 4, 2010
5:30 am

Hi to all JC user and Devs!!

I am writing back the second time. I reported yesterday some problem with JC V1.0. I have an old Laptop (toshiba satellite A100) and i have in this computer Win Vista 32 Bit installed and runs very smooth and even faster then XP home version before. My main questions are the following:

1- Is this normal that JC is not able to access gmail account? When i launch Chromium browser or the gmail icon.. it says i’m logged in but nothing is showing up. And even when I choose to use the Basic html.. Nada
So i believe there is an issue somewhere. Because even in Chromium, when i type Yahoo.com .. it’s taking time to load and some other site like reaperaudio.com when i go there read a thread and back the page kinda diappear.

2- Is it normal that on the taskbar I always see the ” kind of Orange connection icon ” appearing every now and then connecting and disconnectin?

And the Os is running a bit slower in my machine. I can definitely say that Win 7 is running way way faster and more stable then JC under my system. Ain’;t complaining because maybe JC ain’t that fully compatible with the specs of my system but I though I would share my experience because I wanted to try it out and see if it could be lighter and run well especiall regarding Web Software but ain;t the case yet!

Thank you for any reply :)

Cheers and good job and luck on this new release


MY
October 4, 2010
5:37 am

Me here again, here is the kind of “error” messaged when i’m surfing on the net at different adresses and the worst that surprises me the most that should be well integrated because it’s the main idea behind this Cloud OS, the integrated site such as “twitter” are giving this error. Is this normal? Is there something I should install?

Here is the Error msg:
“This webpage is not available.

The webpage at http://twitter.com/signup might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.”

Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE): Unknown error.

Thank you, of course won’t uninstall cuz i really would like to use JC but if i’m told that my machine can’t handle JC well then I will have to quit unfortunately and get maybe another Linux based OS. Thanx for your support :)


scubaman228
October 4, 2010
11:25 pm

Hi

how can i type chinese in this OS

thank you


    John
    October 6, 2010
    4:19 am

    1. Launcher > Administration > Language Support
    2. Select IME
    3. Click Install
    4. Select Chinese
    5. Apply changes
    6. Downloading starts
    7. Once it’s done, installation starts
    8. Once it’s done, close it
    9. Launcher > Preferences > SCIM Input Method Setup
    10. IMEngine > Global Setup
    11. Select Chinese


Fernando Ortega
October 7, 2010
10:56 pm

Hola! Gracias en verdad al JoliTeam y felicidades a todos los que contribuyen a hacer mas funcional este sistema operativo, esta obra informatica que es JoliCloud me ha impresionado mucho, para mi el mejor sistema operativo sacado al publico con origen o relación con Linux, me encanta este sistema operativo, felicidades amigos!


October 12, 2010
8:35 pm

Thanks for your operating system. Now use it on my old netbook. Review and test, faq jolicloud os in Russian.
http://qaad.ru/linux-unix-os/94-jolicloud-os.html


John greenwood
October 24, 2010
8:14 pm

is AS rock ion 330 supported or can it be soon please


adrien
October 27, 2010
4:33 pm

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo upgrade = failures always… always :(((((((( why forcing the upgrades :-( blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah….


October 31, 2010
9:35 pm

отличная


November 1, 2010
4:17 am

Офигенная новость.. Однозначно добавлю вашу страничку в закладки


November 13, 2010
1:30 am

I’m going to be wiping and fully loading JC 1.0 on to an acer travelmate C110 as it now supports tablet, will blog results, the only ostensibly on laptop/tablet will be JC, so it had better work .

Zak, do you have an on screen keyboard yet? If you do and its beta I will test it for you.


November 26, 2010
5:53 am

How do I change the mouse settings? It moves way too fast.


joyce
November 27, 2010
4:50 am

does this os work with mp3 players like ipods,zunes, or regular flash drive mp3 plahyers


December 6, 2010
2:39 am

This site appears to get a great deal of visitors. How do you get traffic to it? It gives a nice individual twist on things. I guess having something authentic or substantial to say is the most important factor.


Charles Heap
December 14, 2010
6:57 pm

Just installed 1.1 on my netbook and think I like it!

I have an Acer 100 with 8Gb SSD which XP outgrew so I had to do something! I tried Ubuntu 10.10 netbook but did not like it at all, 10.04 was ok but it’s not very user friendly so I started looking for an alternative and came across Jolicloud and as it seemed different and especially suitable for a netbook I thought I would try it.

So far only two small criticisms, or maybe ‘how do I’:-

(1) Change the USB icons for SSD cards which are not USB and having the wrong icon on my desktop really bugs me, even though it seems petty;

(2) Why can’t the two top and unsightly tool/task bars drop down when I move my cursor onto them instead of taking up space (and spoiling) the screen? Personally I can see no requirement to take up space on any computer screen with fixed tool/task bars, I like the pop-up Windows Task bar idea which has been around for years and I think it should be standard so leaving the screen nice and crisp and clean.

Charles Heap, Lanzarote


tovan
December 16, 2010
1:15 pm

hii, i am using jolicloud 1.1 on my fujitsu lifebook P1610, it install nicely, but touchscren, rotation screen and some buttons not functioning. i really like this os. hope some body could fix this problem.


Cliff
December 28, 2010
10:21 am

Jolicloud 1.1 is an excellent OS. Thanks to all involved in its creation. Can I request an App/Link to Google Contacts please?


Jack
January 4, 2011
10:42 pm

I DON’T LIKE IT! WHEN YOU INSTALL IT,YOU COULD’T GO DIRECTLY TO THE “DESKTOP” IF YOU DON’T HAVE INTERNET.TOO MUCH “ACCOUNTS”…, AND NO OPSIONS FOR DIFFERENT KEYBOARDS.I WILL TRY UBUNTU!


January 6, 2011
10:58 pm

I use Jolicloud on one Netbook and one Desktop. I LOVE it. But PLEASE update your BLOG more often and let us know what’s going on with development!

It’s 2010. These rare blog updates are so 1990.


Bryan
January 11, 2011
4:07 pm

I installed JC on my 10 year old Dell laptop, and it works great. Only one issue. Is there any way to stop the screen from going to sleep so often? It’s constantly blacking out when I’m watching videos or playing on-line games. Is there a way to change the sleep timing?


Ivonne
January 26, 2011
9:19 pm

I upgraded to Jolicloud 1.1 hoping for google talk to function properly. It did work the first two days and now when trying to use it, I’m asked to download plugin however even when downloading it again and going through the re-installation. Still does not work. Anyone help!


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Clint
April 27, 2011
9:11 am

I would like to know how to get my cd/dvd drive to work, when I put a cd or dvd in it it sounds like its reading it but nothing pops up like other operating system do and along with that is I’d like to know what programs I can get on burning cd’s and dvd’s and step by step directions on how to do everything. Also my headphone jack on the front of my computer doesn’t work but it may be my computer I’m not sure so any suggestions on that would be helpful, my desktop is a dell dimension 4700 in case that helps, other than these problems I’m enjoying the JC OS thanks much.


H3R0
May 10, 2011
10:33 pm

Jolicloud doesn’t work on the Archos 9 tablet =(


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