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The blame game: Lenovo locked Linux out of certain Microsoft's Signature hardware

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The blame game: Lenovo locked Linux out of certain Microsoft's Signature hardware

With the recent revelation that Linux has been locked out of Signature Series hardware, Jack Wallen dons his conspiracy theorist hat and points the finger of blame directly at one manufacturer: Lenovo.

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