Questions tagged [floss]

FLOSS is free/libre/open-source software, a type of software which allows the public to freely study, reuse, and alter its source code.

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AMD + machine learning with GPU's: experiences from successful builds?

Having some experience with Intel + Nvidia and Tensorflow, I would love to transition to AMD. This is in part because I am biased towards open source, and I want to invest in new machine learning ...
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Free/libre WLAN router

I’m looking for a WLAN router that runs only free/libre software. It doesn’t need to contain a modem. ThinkPenguin.com offered the Free Software Wireless-N Broadband Router for GNU / Linux (TPE-...
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Computer that comes and runs with Free/Libre software only

I want to buy a computer (new/unused, ideally off-the-shelf) that contains absolutely no proprietary software by default, and can be used without installing proprietary software (it’s fine if non-...
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Linux Wi-Fi network compatible laser printer

I am looking for a black/white laser printer. Requirements: No requirement for proprietary / non-free drivers No requirement for proprietary printer plugin Linux compatible using Wi-Fi / LAN Bonus: ...
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E-book reader running only free/libre software

I need an e-book reader for reading books and documents while commuting by public transport. Required: The installed software (OS, firmware, everything) it ships with must be free/libre. No ...
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Tablet that comes with 100% FLOSS

I’m looking for a tablet that ships with FLOSS (Free/Libre Open Source Software) only. For the FLOSS smartphone (which I‘m also looking for), I was willing to accept the compromise that firmware/...
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Smartphone that ships without pre-installed proprietary software?

I want a smartphone. At this point I don’t care about hardware specifications, features, design, price etc. The only requirement is that the smartphone ships without proprietary software. But I read ...