Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Ubuntu not to activate proprietary drivers by default
This just in via Jonathan Carter's blog on Planet Ubuntu: the Ubuntu Technical Board has decided that Ubuntu will not activate proprietary drivers by default. Proprietary drivers will be provided for convenience, and users will of course be free to install them if they so choose. This should settle a controversy which has been raging for a while in the Ubuntu community.
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