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SubjectRe: Dell XPS13: MCE (Hardware Error) reported
On Tue, Jan 31, 2017 at 04:29:51PM +0100, Paul Menzel wrote:
> Unfortunately, there are not a lot of options. If you know a good
> vendor, please share.

What I'd do is go to the store with a live CD and boot it on the
machine. Using a fairly recent allmodconfig kernel should be able to
tell you what works and what doesn't.

If there's no store, you can still return it in the first 14 days
according to EU law.

> Dell is one of the view “big” vendors selling laptops with a GNU/Linux
> operating system installed.
>
> There are Google Chromebooks, which even have coreboot.

Yes, I dream of the day when we get rid of that vendor firmware and we
all use coreboot. That'll be a good day.

> team does a great job and have a great quality assurance. On par, or even
> better than Apple, I’d say.
>
> Some people need more powerful devices though.
>
> In Germany, I know of TUXEDO [1]. Also, Purism devices have GNU/Linux
> installed [2].
>
> TUXEDO does not build the devices themselves, and gets template models(?)
> from Chinese manufactures.

Looks cool. Especially if I don't want to pay for that windoze license
being shoved down my throat.

I'd probably give it a try next time I need new hw. Thanks for the tip!

--
Regards/Gruss,
Boris.

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