I honestly didn’t even know I had it until a botched Ubuntu upgrade yielded that screen you see above.
It’s a fairly sad state of affairs that I would even consider recommending this for citizens of the country that calls itself the True North, strong and free.
The bad news for Canadian Linux users is that we’ve no System76 or ZaReason to call our own. The good news is that we have NCIX.
Time to take these freedom-hating fools to school, and what better way to do that than with a 64-bit Linux distribution and a real-time zero latency kernel?
For free software lovers, administering this device is a no-brainer… provided you have the necessary passwords.