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Subject: Anyone knows PureOS ?
From: Anonymous
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Subject: Anyone knows PureOS ?
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https://www.gnu.org/distros/free-distros.html

Supposedly like Debian, but without the unfree stuff and the firmware blobs. Sounds good to me, just wonder if it will work on your average hardware ?
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Subject: Re: Anyone knows PureOS ?
From: Marc SCHAEFER
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Subject: Re: Anyone knows PureOS ?
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Anonymous <Anonymous@news.novabbs.org> wrote:
Supposedly like Debian, but without the unfree stuff and the firmware
blobs. Sounds good to me, just wonder if it will work on your average
hardware ?

How is that different from not putting non-free in your
/etc/apt/sources.list ?


Subject: Re: Anyone knows PureOS ?
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How is that different from not putting non-free in your
/etc/apt/sources.list ?

It is probably not. :-)
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Subject: Re: Anyone knows PureOS ?
From: Anonymous
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Subject: Re: Anyone knows PureOS ?
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Anonymous wrote:

Supposedly like Debian, but without the unfree stuff and the firmware blobs. Sounds good to me, just wonder if it will work on your average hardware ?

Since it's based on Debian I assume it should work on most of what Debian works on.

How is that different from not putting non-free in your
/etc/apt/sources.list ?

It is probably not. :-)

Debian makes it pretty easy to not use non-free stuff, as mentioned above. Just remove non-free from your sources file.
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