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365degrees wrote

The *buntus do that. I'm not sure if kernel blobs are included in that. They have four categories for software, and by default the installer will install the Canonical-supported free software and optionally the Canonical-supported non-free software.

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5_0_4_1_5_8_7 wrote (edited )

Canonical desktop yes, but A.F.As Canonical Server they basically ship gnome.

gnome is the the benefactor of redhat.

thereby canonical supports proprietary redhat RHEL.

I would rather go with something like trisquel in future.

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I am just surprised that no-one has made this connection yet.

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5_0_4_1_5_8_7 wrote (edited )

GNOME is not RedHat's benefactor.

sorry I was driving at the other way round. R(edhat gives money to gnome.)

but you seem yiddish - so I just won't answr any more.