[chiglug] Purism (@Puri_sm) FOSS Laptop, Privacy & Security
orblivion at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 14:07:02 UTC 2015
Yeah that would be nice. I think the best they have for approval now is a
line of outdated Lenovos.
On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 6:45 AM, Rob Dux <robwdux at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I wonder why they made their own operating system and browser.
> It's all readily available software, guess they just threw a brand on it
> for distribution purpose rather saying we ship with chrome and linux
> or whatever.
> "What About Installing a Different OS?
> Since we are using Trisquel GNU/Linux, which is the strictest of
> distributions and strips all binary blobs from the Linux kernel, you
> can easily install anything less strict, such as Debian and Ubuntu. We
> have not yet tried installing a non-GNU/Linux-based operating system."
> Trisquel is approved by FSF, RMS would be happy to use one of these
> if they get around to using coreboot and provided it gratis I suppose.
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