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Re: Librem

From: Chris Marusich
Subject: Re: Librem
Date: Wed, 02 May 2018 23:47:01 -0700
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Joshua Branson <address@hidden> writes:

> Pierre Neidhardt <address@hidden> writes:
>> Chris Marusich <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Another option is to find a system that respects your freedom and does
>>> not require proprietary software to run.  I have a LibreBoot laptop I
>>> purchased from MiniFree, and I love it!  I know that purchasing a
>>> replacement computer that respects your freedom can seem like an
>>> expensive option, but if you have the money, then it's an option:
>>> You may also be interested in looking at:
>> How does it compare to Purism?
> I believe that minifree sells products that Richard Stallman would
> purchase.  Purism is pretty close to something that Stallman would
> purchase, but I believe there may be some lingering issues with Intel's
> FSP that would prevent Stallman from purchasing a Purism.  You can read
> a bit more of it here:  
> However, I would argue that currently, Purism is probably the best
> company working on making a modern and freedom respecting computing
> device.  EOMA68 is another contender. 

What about the TALOSII?  It seems like another good option, if you can
afford it.

It seems it was good enough to convince Libreboot to recommend it:


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