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Pics of the Day : UTUTO on Lemote !

http://erp.ututo.org

UTUTO on Lemote Yeelong Soon a Reality !! — via Llegaron las Lemote Yeelong!

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Created by can.axis 5 years 10 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 10 weeks ago
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Gnewsense on Lemote is ready!

http://www.sorbaioli.org

Since some months we have Lemote Yeeloong, the first fully free software laptop but what about gNewSense, our fully free software favourite distribution?

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Entering dragon land—the Loongson laptop

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"If you follow any tech blogs or news sites, you’ve probably heard of the Loongson CPU, China’s home-grown processor which is always listed beside some unbelievable technical feats. The chip has been met with skepticism and curiosity mainly because, prior to this month at least, you could not get it. That was until this month.

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gNewSense MIPS Port Project Page

http://wiki.gnewsense.org

The project will realize the intention of The Free Software Foundation to port the gNewSense distribution (http://www.gnewsense.org/static/homepage/ ) on the Yeelong laptop (http://www.lemote.com/english/yeeloong.html ) manufactured by Lemote Tech (http://www.lemote.com/ ).

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GNewSense MIPS Port

http://wiki.gnewsense.org

"The Free Software Foundation is searching for people to port gNewSense to MIPS architecture for the purpose of make it function on the Lemote laptop..."

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Not Free at Any Price - Why I switched to the OLPC—and why I dropped it, by Richard M. Stallman

http://www.bostonreview.net

"The One Laptop Per Child project, launched by MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte in 2003, was supposed to lead millions of children around the world to information technology and freedom [...] I now expect that the main effect of the OLPC project—if it succeeds—will be to turn millions of children into Microsoft users.

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