Drivers for this landed in the Linux 5.18 yesterday.

Are we going to just ignore this?

@drq I mean given that Linux is ~99% corporate… probably?


@aral @drq Linux is also proprietary. Many nonfree stuff in it or problematic license so unless you modify it to remove those craps, it's a nonfree software running on your computer. @lxo and @jxself handle Linux-Libre. People (well at least some of them) can use it. I run Debian on my machine which also runs a modified version of Linux to get rid of nonfree stuff.

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