Re: Debian hardware certification
2011/6/3 John Sullivan <email@example.com>:
> Thomas Goirand <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> The point is to have a system so that manufacturers can write "this
>> system supports Debian".
They can do that if they like.
>> If they don't want to do the work, we could,
>> and help each other by having a list of hardware that is known to work
>> with Debian, and a list of hardware with issues. If they do, it's best,
>> and IMHO we should help. Finally, I believe we should have a central
>> point on Debian's website so that this can happen.
>> Maybe a wiki page might be a good start, until we setup something better.
> Such a database is being generated now at http://h-node.com. The FSF is
> also consolidating its former compatible hardware database there. Since
> h-node lists hardware that works without proprietary drivers or
> proprietary firmware, it should be a good fit for Debian main from
> Squeeze on.
One database which it is more Debian centric:
Héctor Orón -.. . -... .. .- -. -.. . ...- . .-.. --- .--. . .-.
"Our Sun unleashes tremendous flares expelling hot gas into the Solar
System, which one day will disconnect us."
-- Day DVB-T stop working nicely
Video flare: http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap100510.html