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commit 7c5fc471cfcdc48086491c87773a3667ae016873
parent 6425a49d06c20e4680e2e6a6cf18fae3dbb91ca1
Author: Francis Rowe <info@gluglug.org.uk>
Date:   Tue, 22 Dec 2015 15:42:38 +0000

docs/src/*/c201*: it's packages, not package (fix typo)

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docs/src/hcl/c201.texi | 2+-
docs/src/install/c201.texi | 2+-
2 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/src/hcl/c201.texi b/docs/src/hcl/c201.texi @@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ @node ASUS Chromebook C201 @chapter ASUS Chromebook C201 @anchor{#asus-chromebook-c201} -@strong{DO NOT BUY THIS LAPTOP YET!!!!!!!!!!! This is intended mainly for developers at the moment (libreboot developers, and developers of libre GNU/Linux distributions). This laptop currently has @em{zero} support from libre distros. Parabola theoretically supports it, by installing Arch first and then migrating to Parabola using the migration guide on the Parabola wiki, but it's not very well tested and does not have many package - in our opinion, Parabola does not really support this laptop. There are also several issues. Read this page for more information. This laptop can still be used reasonably, in freedom, but it requires a lot of work. Most users will be disappointed.} +@strong{DO NOT BUY THIS LAPTOP YET!!!!!!!!!!! This is intended mainly for developers at the moment (libreboot developers, and developers of libre GNU/Linux distributions). This laptop currently has @em{zero} support from libre distros. Parabola theoretically supports it, by installing Arch first and then migrating to Parabola using the migration guide on the Parabola wiki, but it's not very well tested and does not have many packages - in our opinion, Parabola does not really support this laptop. There are also several issues. Read this page for more information. This laptop can still be used reasonably, in freedom, but it requires a lot of work. Most users will be disappointed.} This is a Chromebook, using the Rockchip RK3288 SoC. It uses an ARM CPU, and has free EC firmware (unlike some other laptops). More RK3288-based laptops will be added to libreboot at a later date. diff --git a/docs/src/install/c201.texi b/docs/src/install/c201.texi @@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ @anchor{#asus-chromebook-c201-installation-guide} These instructions are for installing Libreboot to the ASUS Chromebook C201. Since the device ships with Coreboot, the installation instructions are the same before and after flashing Libreboot for the first time. -@strong{DO NOT BUY THIS LAPTOP YET!!!!!!!!!!! This is intended mainly for developers at the moment (libreboot developers, and developers of libre GNU/Linux distributions). This laptop currently has @em{zero} support from libre distros. Parabola theoretically supports it, by installing Arch first and then migrating to Parabola using the migration guide on the Parabola wiki, but it's not very well tested and does not have many package - in our opinion, Parabola does not really support this laptop. There are also several issues. Read @uref{../hcl/c201.html,this page} for more information. This laptop can still be used reasonably, in freedom, but it requires a lot of work. Most users will be disappointed.} +@strong{DO NOT BUY THIS LAPTOP YET!!!!!!!!!!! This is intended mainly for developers at the moment (libreboot developers, and developers of libre GNU/Linux distributions). This laptop currently has @em{zero} support from libre distros. Parabola theoretically supports it, by installing Arch first and then migrating to Parabola using the migration guide on the Parabola wiki, but it's not very well tested and does not have many packages - in our opinion, Parabola does not really support this laptop. There are also several issues. Read @uref{../hcl/c201.html,this page} for more information. This laptop can still be used reasonably, in freedom, but it requires a lot of work. Most users will be disappointed.} @strong{If you are using libreboot_src or git, then make sure that you built the sources first (see @uref{../git/index.html#build,../git/index.html#build}).}