I am delighted to launch the 'Libre Tech Shop' - a unique shop for products that respect your freedom to learn, hack, extend and do things yourself.
Check out the online shop at:
The background story behind this launch:
Here - you'll be able to buy liberated computers, hackable mechanical keyboards, private and secure home automation solutions, wireless routers, spare parts and much more.
@avalos Libreboot only runs on older computers (eg. Core2Duo-based Thinkpad X200). The new successor to Libreboot is Osboot and that does run on X230.
The X230 with Coreboot can actually operate without proprietary firmware and in that respect, it is "almost" similar to Libreboot.
Here is a list of hardware supported by Osboot:
In future, I plan to ship with Osboot (which is Coreboot with a new config + compile system borrowed from Libreboot).
@abhas I wouldn't call Osboot a sucessor to Libreboot, since Osboot does contain proprietary blobs, which is contrary to the mission of Libreboot. If Osboot runs in some computers without proprietary blobs, that's fine, but if you promote Osboot as freedom respecting, free-software-aware people might want to flash it on their computers too, and that's unacceptable.
@avalos I was basing my judgement about binary blobs in x230 + coreboot based on my personal experience + this message from Leah:
I'm aware of the fact that coreboot includes proprietary blobs in its support for many boards.
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