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<h2>Companies that sell computers with <acronym title="GNU's Not Unix!">GNU</acronym>/Linux preinstalled</h2>

<p><a href="http://minifree.org/">Minifree</a> offers replacement

<p>There are computers capable of
proprietary firmware running with
<a href="http://www.libreboot.org">LibreBoot</a>, a 100% only free software BIOS,
and sells laptops that bear
    software. These computers put the
<a href="http://www.fsf.org/resources/hw/endorsement/respects-your-freedom">Respects user in complete control of per
    computer and are endorsed by FSF's Respects Your Freedom</a> Freedom (RYF)
    certification mark. These ship preinstalled with LibreBoot
and program. For a list of companies that sell this type
    of computers, look at <a href="/distros">fully href="https://fsf.org/ryf">fsf.org/ryf</a>.</p>

<p>There are also computers that come pre-installed with a fully free
    GNU/Linux distribution</a> such as
Trisquel, gNewSense or Parabola.</p>

<p><a href="https://lacpdx.com/gnu/Start">Los Alamos Computers (LAC)</a> sells
laptops, desktops operating system but require the use of a proprietary
    BIOS and servers preinstalled with
<a href="/distros">fully free
<acronym>GNU</acronym>/Linux distributions</a>, including if it is an Intel computer, it might contain Intel ME,
    which is <a href="http://gnewsense.org">gNewSense</a>. In addition, they donate a portion href="https://www.fsf.org/blogs/licensing/intel-me-and-why-we-should-get-rid-of-me">a backdoor</a>. These
    computers are not certified by the FSF's Respects Your Freedom
    (RYF) certification program. For list of every sale companies that sell this
    type of such systems to the FSF.</p>

<p> computers, <a href="http://www.inatux.com/gnu">InaTux</a> also offers computers preinstalled with gNewSense.
</p>

<p><a href="http://libre.thinkpenguin.com/">ThinkPenguin.com</a> offers computers preinstalled with Trisquel.</p> href="/links/non-ryf.html">look here</a>.</p>


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