"Computer hardware vendor ZaReason recently announced the
addition of Trisquel, a Linux distribution comprised only of
completely free code, as a pre-installed software option on its
products. Hereâ€™s the scoop, along with some
notes from the companyâ€™s CEO on the motivations
behind the change.
"Since its founding in 2007, ZaReason has enjoyed esteem among
Linux enthusiasts as one of only three major hardware vendors in
the United States offering Linux â€" and, in
ZaReasonâ€™s case, only Linux â€" as
a pre-installed operating system choice on laptops, desktops and
servers. The other two manufacturers in this category are System76,
which also ships its machines only with Linux, and Dell, which has
a few Linux options."
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