OEone announces HomeBase 1.5

By Timothy R. Butler | Posted at 3:12 PM

OEone, the developer of the internet appliance-like HomeBase Linux distribution, announced that HomeBase 1.5 has been released. The new release adds a number of nice features on to the system we reviewed back in March.

According to the announcement, the HomeBase interface is now based on the recently released Mozilla 1.0 web browser. The package also features an improved calendar application, faster loading of the media player, and improved navigation features all around the environment.

Additionally, OEone added a memo pad feature, as well as a password recovery feature. Those that are already using OEone can easily upgrade to OEone 1.5 using the built in AutoUpdate feature.

You can read our review of the older OEone HomeBase 1.1 by clicking here.
At press time, OEone had not placed information on the new release on their site, but you should be able to find it soon at their news page.

-Timothy R. Butler