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Pepper Linux is an open source operating system for low-cost, maintenance-free, simple to use consumer mobile Internet devices for the Web and digital media. Pepper Linux combines the best open source and digital media software with Pepper application framework and application suite. Pepper Linux is the OS used in Hanbit Electronic's Pepper Pad 3 device.

Web-Connected ApplicationsPepper Linux includes an integrated collection of Pepper’s own Web-connected applications for video, voice, music, photos, documents, mail, and instant messaging and A/V remote control. The applications are completely customizable to create a seamless user experience for Web-based entertainment and communication services.

Application FrameworkThe key to Pepper Linux is Pepper’s unique Application Framework. The Framework integrates Mozilla Firefox, the premiere open-source Web browser, with full Java SE. It includes all the Javascript and XML components needed to run full-fidelity Ajax applications.

Digital MediaThe Framework includes open source audio and video CODECs and instant messaging protocol stacks. It also provides persistent and shareable XML-based application packages, automatic online updates, media streaming and downloading, UPnP, Zeroconf / mDNS, learning IR remote control and photo editing and sharing.

Linux System SoftwarePepper Linux is built on system software consisting of an Fedora-based Linux kernel, high-performance X11 and GTK+ graphics, auto-configuring Wi-Fi networking and wired USB and wireless Bluetooth peripheral support.

SecureUnlike other platforms, Pepper Linux has been built from the start to provide a secure application environment that shields the system from the hostile world of the Internet. For example, all applications are digitally signed and run in individually protected sandboxes.

SummaryIn summary, Pepper Linux includes all the software and services needed to create a low-cost, seamless user experience for wireless entertainment and communication devices built around the convergence of the Web and digital media.

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