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hpr2274 :: First Microsoft Surface Pro Ubuntu 16.04 Dual boot

A short talk about converting a MS Surface pro from windows to unbuntu

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Hi. I purchased the first MS Pro on ebay after hearing of a like project on the Linux Action Show. I do a lot of traveling and I am always feeling bad about not having a something with open source on it.

So one of the best for travel is the MS surface pro.

In short it works great with Ubuntu.


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Comment #1 posted on 2017-04-28T23:31:54Z by Windigo

Very interesting possibility

I didn't realize that installing any kind of Linux on a Surface was a possibility; a whole new category of hardware to re-purpose!

Thanks for another great episode. :)

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