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Re: [gNewSense-users] gNewSense as lightweight PIM server on VIA ARTiGoo
Re: [gNewSense-users] gNewSense as lightweight PIM server on VIA ARTiGoor Lemote Yeeloong?
Mon, 20 Sep 2010 18:12:16 -0400
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Thanks for the tip about the motherboards, I have sent a question to the
As for running Citadel or SOGo on gNewSense, I can't find them in the
default gNewSense repositories. According to their websites, they can be
found in the regular Ubuntu repositories. I realise Ubuntu != gNewSense.
But if I want to install either one of those groupware from a
repository, which one should I add? That is, there seems to be different
repositories for different Ubuntu releases? Which one should I use?
On 2010/09/20 11:03, Jason Self wrote:
Pen-Yuan Hsing<address@hidden> wrote ..
Are the software and hardware solutions I stated above Free (as in
Freedom)? I know gNewSense is, but what about hardware support for the
IF the hardware is not fully free, is there a viable alternative of a
similar, tiny form factor? Perhaps something similar to the Lemote
Yeeloong but not a netbook? If the Yeeloong is the only way to go,
please let me know how I should set it up.
Both Citadel/UX and SOGo appear to be free software.
A motherboard supported by Coreboot is a good thing. There are a few Via Epia
boards listed at  but they don't seem to match your model exactly. Perhaps
it's just differing names? Perhaps it would be good to ask the Coreboot people
for more information, or select a known supported motherboard model. I've been
looking at the Asus M2V-MX SE. It's in use in some machines at the Free
Software Foundation so I know it works well, and it's small (uATX) although not
as small as the the one you're looking at.
Re: [gNewSense-users] gNewSense as lightweight PIM server on VIA ARTiGo or Lemote Yeeloong?, Sam Geeraerts, 2010/09/21