Laptopia

Will your next laptop “just work” with Linux? And when will you be able to buy a major-label laptop without a proprietary OS anyway?
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Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal

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Re: Laptopia

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Why vendors do not support Linux on laptops?
Nobody but nerds is missing Linux on notebooks. Windows are far ahead in features and Apples are way too cool. Samba solved all the practical requirement of installing Linux on a laptop in a business environment

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