Free as can be: gNewSense is true GNU Linux

May 9, 2016

Via: InfoWorld

The Free Software Foundation’s Linux distribution gNewSense is finally out in its fourth revision after a two-plus-year development cycle.

The FSF is best known for its unrelenting advocacy for software unencumbered by patents and protected for future use by the GPL, as embodied in software like the Linux kernel and the GNU toolchain. As such, its Linux distribution is assembled with the goal of having no dependencies at all on proprietary binaries or other components that aren’t compatible with the GPL.

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