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commit 4fb68277aef3a2ae37ac253c19dbf8770b13ead5
parent 2deabf4a1da7f04683d0a0468275510bc0944477
Author: Francis Rowe <>
Date:   Thu, 15 Oct 2015 17:26:32 +0100

docs/hcl/c201.html: It's not our place to decide the user's actions

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diff --git a/docs/hcl/c201.html b/docs/hcl/c201.html @@ -155,18 +155,6 @@ These wifi dongles use the AR9271 (atheros) chipset, supported by the free <i>ath9k_htc</i> driver in the Linux kernel. They work in <i>linux-libre</i> too. </p> - <h2>Workaround?</h2> - <p> - It's possible on coreboot systems to disable hardware, by modifying the devicetree accordingly. - The devicetree is a part of the coreboot source for any system, that defines which hardware exists in the system. - There are usually other ways too. - </p> - <p> - <b> - TODO for the libreboot project: *disable* the onboard wifi chip (hardcoded in coreboot-libre), by patching coreboot-libre to render - the built-in WiFi unusable. This will lessen the temptation for users to use it. - </b> - </p> </div> <div class="section">