Linux on Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

I have picked ap a Galaxy TabPro S a year or two ago, but didn’t end up using it much since it was running Windows. I had always planned to try out Linux on it, but never got around to it until now. I installed Xubuntu, just to have a light OS, & the only issue is related to getting wireless working. It is however a quick fix:

GitHub: infernix/samsung_tabpro_s

Just need to clear the contents of /lib/firmware/ath10k/QCA6174/hw3.0/*, & then place the two files from the GitHub repo. After a reboot, wireless was working with no additional changes needed.

Xubuntu booting on my Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

De-google-ify Internet

Found this site on Has so great, open alternatives to proprietary services: FramasoftDe-google-ify Internet.

The Framasoft web site also seems to have some great information on this topic as well.

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Many services and innovative projects freely put at the disposal of the general public.
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An invitation to build together a world of sharing and cooperation.