Being on the prowl for hardware vendors who meet our demands for Free Software (or at least move towards them) I found out that the university of Vienna sells laptops to their students with GNU/Linux pre-installed.
I learned that a similar project has been going on since September in Switzerland.
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Pro-Linux led me to this blog-entry. Apparently, there are more and more notebooks, with pre-installed GNU/Linux on the way…
Businesswire announced that OpenMoko is now a separate company of FIC. Further infos can be found here.
Asus will start to offer the EeePC in Europe starting December. They seem to fulfill the GPL now after some discrepancies in the beginning.
Recently, I started collecting news about hardware vendors who are favoring Free Software. Here is a new one:
WLAN routers with a free configurable Debian GNU/Linux on it can be obtained by Saxnet.
A complete list of what I’ve collected so far can be found on http://wiki.fsfe.org/Hardware_vendors