Building Linux-powered devices, part 1: Making my Linux-only world a reality

By Bryan Lunduke

Sometimes, if you want something badly enough, you need to get off your lazy tuchus and make it happen yourself.

For years now, I’ve been hoping and pining (and often complaining and whining) about how much I want Linux-powered… everything. Not Android. Not ChromeOS. Real Linux. The kind of Linux you have full control over—the sort you’d install on your desktop PC.

And when I say “everything,” I mean everything. The set-top box connected to my TV. My game consoles (including handheld game consoles). Tablets. PDAs. Home server. The works.

All of it. Running Linux and free software.

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From: Network World