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Re: non-free firmware: driver in main or contrib?

bts@alum.mit.edu wrote:

>It's a perfectly reasonable means to discriminate.  One is *in the
>hardware*.  If I buy a widget, I don't care whether it uses firmware
>in an eeprom or a well-trained gerbil.  It's a box.  Software on my
>CPU is different.
Firmwares do not run on your CPU. Your poing being?


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