Aye, so I’ve been looking into some different devices focusing on making Linux and other GNU-based OSes work. When it comes to corebooted machines you generally get recommended 3 options:
- x220 or x230
- and Purism
I’m not thinking Libreboot is a good suggestion for me, as I need to run VMs and whatnot.
However, Purism is way to much power.
Does Purism do something different? I figured, it would be listed somewhere if it was a security risk.
Edit: The VGA doesn’t seem to matter. If I understand correctly, it just adds graphics to BIOS.
Your OS should work fine.