Building hardware to run a Linux distro used to be quite tricky, involving plenty of trial and error with components while filing bug reports in various places. In the last year, hardware has reached the point where it is easier to build a Linux system that just works.
Cathy Malmrose, a Linux hardware builder from Berkeley, California, US will share what she has learned from various OEMs and will give a broad view of how and where to get Linux-ready hardware. She will also share her Top Ten best sources of support.
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