[Hpr] Raspberry Pi

Jeroen Baten jbaten at i2rs.nl
Sun Feb 7 11:17:51 PST 2021

This is my research. 
It boils down to a question about consent. 
Was the user asked for consent to add a repo from a commercial entity to his/her system? Nope. 

Command history :
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get full-upgrade
  ls -al /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
Suddenly there's a vscode.list file. 
Is it in a package? 
dpkg -S /etc/apt/sources.list.d/vscode.list 
No, it isn't 
dpkg -S vscode.list 

root at rpi-400:/var/lib/dpkg# cd info/
root at rpi-400:/var/lib/dpkg/info# grep 'Adding vscode repo' *
raspberrypi-sys-mods.postinst:      echo "Adding vscode repo..."
root at rpi-400:/var/lib/dpkg/info# less raspberrypi-sys-mods.postinst
root at rpi-400:/var/lib/dpkg/info# less raspberrypi-sys-mods.postinst

debian   Add MS Repo  12 days ago 



⁣interesting discussion going on on github

Regards, jeroen 

Op 7 feb. 2021 20:09, om 20:09, Kevin O'Brien <zwilnik at zwilnik.com> schreef:
>I've seen some articles and headlines that appear extreme, but I am not
>knowledgeable about Raspberry Pis. Maybe someone out that is and can do
>show or two on the controversy, is Raspberry Pi ruined forever, are
>there alternatives worth trying instead?
>Kevin B. O'Brien
>z <ahuka5656 at gmail.com>wilnik at zwilnik.com
>“People shouldn't be afraid of their government. Governments should be
>afraid of their people.” - Alan Moore, *V for Vendetta*
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