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Only submit software used for booting the Linux operating system here in this category.
Software used for booting the Linux operating system.
Only submit hardware tips for Linux desktop machines.
Hardware tips for Linux desktop machines.
Only submit pages for software drivers for Linux.
software drivers for Linux
Please just submit pages that provide information about DSL under Linux. General information about DSL can be submitted in one of the related categories. General information about Linux is best suited in one of the higher categories.
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology to provide highspeed internet connections over normal phone lines. The most common format currently is ADSL (Advanced DSL). This category contains links to information about DSL support in Linux and how to set up a DSL connection with Linux. Contained are also pages with information about specific hardware products and how to use them under Linux.
About emulators for computers that run on Linux. Emulation can be both of hardware and software. For instance you can choose to emulate an IBM PC or choose to emulate only MS Windows. Both type of emulators are accepted here. Emulators that do not emulate a computer or operating system or do not run on Linux do not belong here .
Only submit software resources for Linux.
Firewire software resources for Linux.
Linux drivers and software to support Ham Radio
Hardware detection software and methods for Linux.
Hardware detection software and methods for Linux.
Software documentation, drivers and fixes for running Linux on laptops. Do not submit hardware vendors and for sale laptop sites here.
Software documentation, drivers and fixes for running Linux on laptops.
Only submit sites here that directly relate to the use of LCD hardware with the Linux operating system.
Sites relating to the use of LCD hardware with the Linux operating system.
Only submit sites that relate to using Linux with modems.
This category is for everything related to modems in Linux.
Only submit sites with information on using Linux for oscilloscope systems.
The oscilloscope is a graph-displaying device - it draws a graph of an electrical signal. Oscilloscopes are used by everyone from television repair technicians to physicists. With the proper transducer, an oscilloscope can measure all kinds of phenomena. A transducer is a device that creates an electrical signal in response to physical stimuli, such as sound, mechanical stress, pressure, light, or heat.
Category for Linux on the IBM S/390 Mainframe
Only place links for sensor software that runs on Linux.
For sensor links for Linux
Only enter links relating to storage hardware used with Linux systems.
This category is for software links, review links, howto links relating to Storage hardware used with Linux systems. The types of storage would include internal hard drives, removable drives and external drives.
Only submit sites here that relate to using tablet input under Linux.
Graphic tablets can be used in place of mice or other graphic input devices and can help with image manipulation. In addition to that what a mouse can do for you they have the following features: pressure and tilt sensitivity, high resolution motion control, sub-pixel positioning and an input device that looks like and is handled like a normal pen.
Only submit sites that refer to software that works with UPS under Linux.
This category is for software that works with UPS units under Linux.
Only submit links for Linux related wearable computing/wearable electronics or closely related areas (e.g. augmented reality).
Linux related wearable computing/wearable electronics or closely related areas (e.g. augmented reality).
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