Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
wiki:kxstudio_and_free_software [2013/12/24 00:45]
wolftune rewrote this in light of KXStudio moving to Debian
wiki:kxstudio_and_free_software [2013/12/24 00:46] (current)
wolftune [What if I want to avoid non-free software?]
Line 43: Line 43:
 To remove non-free software from the package listings, choose "​Configure Software Sources"​ under "​Settings"​ in Muon Package Manager. There, you can uncheck the Proprietary drivers and multiverse (copyright or legally problematic) listings. On the "Other Software"​ tab, you can remove the Medibuntu and kxstudio.sourceforge.net repositories. To remove non-free software from the package listings, choose "​Configure Software Sources"​ under "​Settings"​ in Muon Package Manager. There, you can uncheck the Proprietary drivers and multiverse (copyright or legally problematic) listings. On the "Other Software"​ tab, you can remove the Medibuntu and kxstudio.sourceforge.net repositories.
  
-If you want to use strictly 100% Free Software, there are several options. KXStudio repositories can be added to any Debian-based system (which includes all Ubuntu-related systems) and you can leave out the separate non-free KXStudio repository. Debian itself is 100% Free (unless the user chooses to install extra non-free software). Additionally,​ FSF-endorsed distributions [[http://​trisquel.info/​|Trisquel]] (based on Ubuntu) and [[http://​www.gnewsense.org/​|gNewSense]] (based on Debian) are also compatible with the KXStudioe repositories. Of these, only Debian is officially supported, but the others should work as well.+If you want to use strictly 100% Free Software, there are several options. ​Instead of using the KXStudio ISO, KXStudio repositories can be added to any Debian-based system (which includes all Ubuntu-related systems) and you can leave out the separate non-free KXStudio repository. Debian itself is 100% Free (unless the user chooses to install extra non-free software). Additionally,​ FSF-endorsed distributions [[http://​trisquel.info/​|Trisquel]] (based on Ubuntu) and [[http://​www.gnewsense.org/​|gNewSense]] (based on Debian) are also compatible with the KXStudioe repositories. Of these, only Debian is officially supported, but the others should work as well.
wiki/kxstudio_and_free_software.1387842326.txt.gz ยท Last modified: 2013/12/24 00:45 by wolftune