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  1. victorhck ('s status on Wednesday, 11-Jan-2017 18:05:08 CET victorhck victorhck
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    1. No habrá tablets Warrior con @openSUSE como sistema operativo

      Se desvanece el proyecto de desarrollar tabletas Warrior con openSUSE como sistema operativo.

      Ya escribí en un artículo anterior sobre el proyecto de financiación colectiva para poner en producción tabletas Warrior con sistema operativo openSUSE:

      Pues bien, la campaña de financiación ya acabó y el resultado es…

      Que no se ha llegado a recaudar ni 7.000 dólares de los 100.000 que tenían pensado conseguir con la campaña.

      Así que el proyecto de poner en el mercado unas tabletas con sistema operativo GNU/Linux puro de momento se desvanece y tendrá que esperar un tiempo más.

      Parece ser que sólo hubo 17 pedidos en total entre los 200 y 400 dólares, para conseguir una de esas tabletas con “openSUSE inside”.

      Pero MJ Technology no quiere cejar en el empeño, aunque este proyecto no les ha funcionado, ni el anterior proyecto con Ubuntu, quieren seguir intentándolo con nuevos proyectos. Habrá que estar pendiente para ver si alguno “cuaja”.

      Fuente | Phoronix