Top products from r/freesoftware

We found 5 product mentions on r/freesoftware. We ranked the 5 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/freesid · 1 pointr/freesoftware

Edimax N150 2-in-1 Combo, Wi-Fi Bluetooth 4.0 USB Adapter.

Nano Size

It also has Linux drivers.

From One of the Comments on Amazon:

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic build-essential git

git clone

cd ~/rtl8812au


sudo make install
sudo modprobe 8812au

u/lkcl_ · 3 pointsr/freesoftware

there's a set of cables which if you prefer (e.g. already have a micro-hdmi type d) you can get this on amazon for $1.63

u/matthewpaulthomas · 1 pointr/freesoftware

That Ubuntu includes nonfree software has nothing to do with whether it’s okay to sell GPL software. (For what it’s worth, Ubuntu ships those firmware blobs for the purpose of increasing the number of people who can run Ubuntu on their computers at all. Better that than being stuck on Windows.)

I’m not a lawyer and I’m not speaking for Canonical, but I think “Ubuntu’s trademark policy prohibits commercial redistribution of exact copies of Ubuntu” is just plain wrong. From the trademark policy: “Canonical grants permission for anyone to mirror or redistribute unmodified Ubuntu installation images, Ubuntu software packages, and Ubuntu package archives.” OSDisc and DVDxDVD are two examples of companies selling Ubuntu installation images.