Linux-Libre under Debian
brunoalexandremiguel at gmail.com
Sun Jan 4 05:01:33 UTC 2009
As I wrote in my previous (and first) email in this mailing-list, I compiled
Linux-Libre under Debian Lenny. I'm not an expert in this (I can't code a
simple hello world, except in HTML), so I have to ask what you may consider to
be a stupid question
When preparing Linux-Libre for compilation, I copied the .config from the Linux
version I had installed from the Debian Lenny repository. Since I don't know
if Linux-Libre really removes the blobs or just deactivates them in that
.config file, I ask if there is a chance that, by doing this, I may have
compiled some blobs.
I know this question may sound silly to some of you, but please bare in mind
that I'm not a geek or an hacker.
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