Dave Airlie said:
> but they could be running a standard Linux kernel, you never know, the
> apps could be proprietary,
Unsurprisingly, considering where I work, I've been checking it out ;)
Yep, the underlying stuff looks like plain old Linux, possibly with a few
closed-source drivers for IR keyboard, TV adapter etc. The "OS" is
basically a web browser called "STeVie", which is closed-source.
AFAIK it's OK to write closed-source modules for the Linux kernel; it's
only modifications to the open-source bits that need to comply.
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