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Optionally Free Is Not Enough

Item posted by Jason Self <jxself> on Fri 05 Oct 2012 10:40:46 PM UTC.

The Free Software Foundation recommends that you use a free GNU/Linux system distribution, one that does not include proprietary software at all. That way you can be sure that you are not installing any non-free programs. Here is the list of FSF-endorsed GNU/Linux distributions:

Some GNU/Linux distributions allow the user the option of installing only free software. You can read RM's new article about why being optionally free is not enough:


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