Linux-Libre users!

I can't find the location of the linux-libre kernel headers, the default one is stored in /usr/src , but the linux-libre ones are not

Linux-Libre is actually very easy to install!
If you are on a debian based distro, just follow the steps that @jxself has written here:

Linux-Libre announced RISC-V support, starting from 4.19.1.

That means that Linux-libre currently support the following architectures:


# riscv

I have realized that I have not done any proper , it seems like something you have to do here ;)

GNU+Linux user since I was 9 years old, now working with it full time on a ISP, thus fulfilling my childhood dream that basically was "working with The Internet".

Married, having 3 kiddos. Living in Sweden.
Interested in and hardware.

When it comes to politics, I rather not talk or discuss it at all, I dont even want to read about it because that only makes me mad

Finally, now my mirror is an official Trisquel mirror, I can now die happy.

Is there any good alternative to Spotify?
I have used Spotify for 10 years and the only reason I use it is because I find new music every day that I like. I am having trouble seeing that an alternative (read self hosted) would actually be that great because it would be very limited when it comes to discover new music that I love.

Example of artist that I like:
Suduaya, Sundial Aeon, H.U.V.A Networks, Carbon Based Lifeforms

I am really happy that linux-libre are really fast with releasing deblobbed kernels the day after the mainline linux kernel is released!

:debian: 𝚜𝚎𝚕𝚎𝚊 :fedora:'s choices:


A instance dedicated - but not limited - to people with an interest in the GNU+Linux ecosystem and/or general tech. Sysadmins to enthusiasts, creators to movielovers - Welcome!