A big change was coming to Ubuntu. Following Canonicals tries to move as many packages as possible to their new Snap package manager, they stopped offering Chromium Browser as regular Debian Package. As Chromium is very deeply integrated into Gobudgie, this made a big problem for us: Snaps are containered. This means, the communication to Read more about End of Ubuntu Chromium package – not yet[…]
Big progress with our Android compatibility: Anbox now even runs in VirtualBox Touch support in Android apps for 2-in-ones and tablets We reduced the memory consumption to ~250 MB in run time We provide now up-to-date auto built Android images Keep in mind that we do not run an emulator. We just run an Android Read more about Anbox out of the box[…]
Hello there, we’re doing hard work currently. What we reached: Anbox is seamlessly integrating into the desktop experience Android apps now support touch input Google Play Services now work The remaining work: We’re working on updating Anbox to Android 9.0 Pie Support for Anbox in VirtualBox Feel free to help. Check out our Git repository: Read more about Anbox[…]
A great day: Gobudgie’s first stable release is published! The best is: we offer Android integration with Google Play Store and services.
Hallo, with Ubuntu’s code name change from bionic to cosmic, it’s time for Gobudgie to change it too. As usual, we’ll take an element of the periodic table of elements: The following elements start with C: Carbon , Chlorine , Calcium , Chromium , Cobalt , Copper , Cadmium , Caesium , Cerium , Curium and Californium . Read more about Code name for Gobudgie-snapshot 18[…]
Because of many problems with our Android-engine, we have decided to re-develop the Gobudgie-Android core. Currently it’s based on Shashlik which is using QEMU. Now, we will use Anbox, which directly runs Android on the same kernel. This results much better performance and less of crashs. We hope that you’ll enjoy our next release.
Release time: Gobudgie rolling 18.02.08 snapshot has been released. The major fix is VirtualBox. Now you are able to test Gobudgie in a VM with an internet connection. Anyway, many other ethernet and some Broadcom WiFi cards are now working too. “live”‘s password is “live”. Please give us feedback!
Release time: We’ve released another snapshot of Gobudgie. The major changes are the support of some more drivers, updated legacy boot method and the iso build method. Now you can create a bootable usb using dd, because we use iso-hybrid-images.
Because of some legal problems we decided to rename our project. Gobuntu is now called Gobudgie. The name Gobudgie is a compound word of Google and Budgie. Some of our developers find that Go stands for another step in the future. We are not shore yet.
Important bug fixed: the Broadcom 43xx WiFi chip works now in the current live system. The BC 43xx chip is used in nearly all apple devices. This was the last driver for the full compatibility for MacBooks. All the Apple devices now work with Gobudgie.