Do 100% open source linux distro's exist? i.e. distros which contain absolutely no closed source components anywhere at all? Apparently distros like Ubuntu contains bits and pieces which are closed ...
Basically the title says everything, Ubuntu/Fedora (to mention a few ones) is composed for several applications or programs dedicated each one to a specific task, but I've got a few questions: How ...
I am looking for a Open Source Voice Chat Application, like Skype, but within an isolated intranet (no internet is available). Is there any application which can run on Scientific Linux or CentOS? ...
I'm looking for a simple server-webclient voice chat software, but yet I only saw "voxli" and it's down. Is there any such software which could be run on a linux based server (raspberrypi actually)? ...
Am confused so thought of asking a question. According to this Red Hat Becomes Open Source’s First $1 Billion Baby, it is opensourced so my question is: Where can I download the Opensource version ...
What is the difference between "free-as-in-speech" and "free-as-in-beer"?