Dell will offer only add-on peripherals and hardware options "that have the most mature and stable Linux driver support," Hull wrote. "These hardware options have been thoroughly tested by the Linux team here at Dell."
The company will configure and install open-source drivers for the hardware when possible, he stated. "We use partial open source or closed source drivers where there is no equivalent open source driver. This includes Intel wireless cards and Conexant modems," he wrote.
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