A month ago we echoed one of the biggest disasters involving a GNU / Linux operating system, the fact that Ubuntu 17.10 was corrupting the BIOS of many laptop models, especially Lenovo. Due to this, Canonical had to remove the installation image of Ubuntu 17.10 from its website, although the error was not from the distribution but from the Intel SPI driver. Now, the people in charge of Everyday Linux User try to throw light on the matter to know who was ultimately at fault.

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