It’s been quite a while since our last release and we’ve been keeping quiet lately. Some of the team members have also enjoyed some well deserved time off in the meanwhile as well. The majority of what we’ve been working on hasn’t been and isn’t ready for public consumption.
But quite a lot of things have happened in the past couple of months.
Continue reading LuneOS project still progressing
Since the most recent release of LuneOS called “Decaf” which includes Qt 5.9.2, support for 3rd party browser plugins (such as Adobe Flash and Google’s WideVine CDM) has been added to the Browser App and has been enabled by default.
However the source code of these plugin binaries is not available and therefore these binaries cannot be compiled and provided in the LuneOS images.
Continue reading LuneOS Browser: How to sideload Flash & WideVine plugins (Netflix, Amazon, YouTube Red)
The long wait is over #LuneOS and #webOS fans! We’re back with a new release called “Decaf” which we believe will be a milestone in terms of developments and the way forward!
So you’re wondering what we’ve been up to the past 2+ months?
Continue reading LuneOS September Stable Release: Decaf
That took a while, but lots of ground has been covered! We’re finally back with a new release called “Cortado”. We have been working very hard behind the scenes during the past couple of months!
Continue reading LuneOS July Stable Release: Cortado
No release this month folks!
We’re in the middle of a major upgrade op the underlying Yocto project from Krogoth (2.1) right away to Pyro (2.3) while skipping Morty (2.2) which means we need to update all our kernels to at least 3.4 in order to be able to use the latest upgrades to systemd and glibc. So far this has been successful for the Nexus 4 (Mako), Nexus 5 (Hammerhead) and we’re now in the process of doing the same for the Touchpad (4G) (Tenderloin). All these targets have a 3.4 kernel available, so the process is relatively straight forward.
However it seems that the Galaxy Nexus (Maguro) doesn’t have a working 3.4 kernel available (only 3.0) and it’s therefore likely we’ll be forced to drop support for the Galaxy Nexus going forward.
Continue reading LuneOS Update for May