7 Best Linux Distribution With No Proprietary Components

Posted on in Categories Linux last updated September 6, 2016

Linux is a free and open source operating system. However, Linux (and another open source operating system) can use and load device drivers without publicly available source code. These are vendor-compiled binary drivers without any source code and known as Binary Blobs. Die hard open source fans and Free Software Foundation (FSF) recommends completely removing all proprietary components including blobs. In this post, I will list seven best Linux distribution that meets the FSF’s strict guidelines and contains no proprietary components such as firmware and drivers.

Google Announces Linux Kernel Based Chrome OS

Posted on in Categories GNU/Open source, Hardware, Linux, Linux desktop, Linux distribution, Linux laptop, News, Windows, windows vista last updated July 8, 2009

Google has announced Google Chrome OS, which should be available mid-2010. This is a direct challenge to MS Windows operating systems. This is excellent news and it is going to tied tightly to its Chrome Web browser. Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel. Speed, simplicity and security are the key aspects of Google Chrome OS – said Sundar Pichai, VP Product Management, in a blog post.

Book: Ubuntu Kung Fu Tips, Tricks, Hints, and Hacks

Posted on in Categories Book Review, Debian Linux, Linux desktop, Tips, Ubuntu Linux last updated October 21, 2008

In a few short years, the Linux operating system has gone from a hobbyist’s power tool to a highly usable, mainstream choice. The most popular version of Linux these days is called Ubuntu. Ubuntu’s rise to power has been rapid, historic and well-deserved. It’s the best Linux distribution ever, still most people only use a fraction of its power.