Re: LCC and blobs
Michael Poole <email@example.com> writes:
> A BIOS is normally stored in binary form as executable or
> interpretable code plus associated data. Most people would call
> executable code in binary form "software;" Debian uses a broader
> definition than that. The real question is why you think that
> executable binary data is not software.
A firmware image is not software to the system on which Debian runs.
What it is to another system (e.g. some PCI card) is irrelevant.