I boot into webos n I says update I believe webos 3.0.5 but it won't install....
Also, you guys know if webos community edition is out yet
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From LinuxBSDos.com.News flash: LG Acquires webOS from HP to enhance its line of Smart TVs.
Now we can ad LG to the list of companies that have been associated with the webOS, one of the more promising, but, so far, disappointing cross-platform operating systems.
My ideal dream for this is to have WebOS running on my touchpad but able to run android software. I love how well WebOS runs but hate that there is no software and I haven't really been happy with my multi-boot android situation.
We need to face facts: WebOS is dead. Barring the unwavering support of the enthusiast community, the former mobile OS will never become a commercial product and, LG investment or no, the possibility of WebOS surviving a sale is nil.
WebOS is no more, has ceased to be, is bereft of life, and it rests in peace. It is an ex-OS.
HP is going through the same doldrums all PC makers are facing.
The Open WebOS mobile Linux operating system has been renamed LuneOS, and is available in an Affogato release supporting HPs TouchPad and LGs Nexus 4. WebOS is back yet again in an open source LuneOS respin of the Open WebOS project, itself a spinoff of the proprietary WebOS.
Open webOS 1.0 was released yesterday. And no, that is not an edition you can just download and install on anything. It is for developers, not for everybody – at least not yet. This is a milestone release in the short history of Open webOS, the open source edition of what used to be webOS, the operating system for the HP Touchpad and Pre and Pixi smartphones.
HP’s TouchPad and Palm phones are dead, but webOS continues to enjoy some kind of existence as open-source technology. Following an initial beta release back at the end of August, Open webOS graduates to a 1.0 release today.
Announced via blog post, the new release offers some changes that the Open webOS team hopes will usher in major new capabilities for developers.
As LGs WebOS-based Smart TV earns a rave review, Linux.com examines how LG quickly merged its TV platform into WebOS with a little help from Yocto.........not only has WebOS emerged as a potent contender for Internet TV, but LG has begun to release portions of the platform as open source.