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#1 OFFLINE   striker

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 09:36 AM

Found the below:http://www.linuxques...g/hcl/index.phphttp://www.linuxcomp...rg/compatdb.phphttp://hardware4linux.info/Distro specific:Berry Linux Hardware Compatibility Listhttp://yui.mine.nu/berry/eopchk.phpunofficial Fedora Hardware Compatibility Listhttp://www.fedora-li...i/index.php/HCLLenovo Linux for Personal Systemshttp://www-307.ibm.c...cid=MIGR-48nt8dLinspire Hardware Compatibility Listhttp://www.linspire....mpatibility.phpMandriva (coming soon)http://hcl.mandriva.com/Mepis Compatibilityhttp://www.mepis.org/node/6openSUSE HCL/Laptopshttp://en.opensuse.org/HCL/Laptopsopensusehttp://en.opensuse.o...ware?LANG=en_UKLinuxQuestions.org HCL/Laptopshttp://www.linuxques...dex.php/cat/507Linpus LINUX 9.3 Certified Hardwarehttp://www.linpus.co..._Certified.htmlRed Hat Enterprise Linux Certifiedhttps://hardware.redhat.com/Sun Hardware Compatibility List for Enterprise Linuxhttp://www.sun.com/b...ort_matrix.htmlUbuntu HardwareSupporthttps://wiki.ubuntu....HardwareSupportUbuntu HCLhttp://ubuntuhcl.org/indexUbuntu Hardwaredatenbank (German - Hardware Database)http://wiki.ubuntuus...rdwaredatenbank BluetoothBluetooth adapters and Bluetooth enabled products(old ????)http://www.holtmann....h/features.htmlBluetooth devices for use with the Wiimotehttp://www.wiili.org...uetooth_DevicesSound CardsALSA SoundCard Matrixhttp://www.alsa-proj...php/Matrix:MainOpen Sound System (OSS) supported Deviceshttp://www.opensound.com/osshw.htmlScanners and PrintersScanners and imaging deviceshttp://www.sane-project.org/VueScan supported scannershttp://www.hamrick.c...n.htm#supportedGutenprint supported printershttp://gimp-print.so...d_Printers.php3TurboPrint supported printershttp://www.turboprin...o/printers.htmlModemsLinux Winmodem supporthttp://linmodems.org/Wifi/LAN supportLinux wireless LAN support(listing of wireless devices with information about the chipset theyare based on and whether or not they are supported in Linux)http://linux-wless.passys.nl/MadWifi Hardware supportedhttp://madwifi.org/wiki/Compatibilityndiswrapper List of cards supportedhttp://ndiswrapper.s...mid,33/id,list/Ralink RT2500 chipsets based wireless 802.11g deviceshttp://ralink.rapla.net/802.11g Client Adaptershttp://www.seattlewi...dapters/802.11gWebcamLogitech webcamshttp://www.quickcamt...ogitech-webcamsWorking Webcams With PWChttp://www.lavrsen.d...gWebcamsWithPWCDigikam camera supporthttp://www.teaser.fr...ux/digicam.htmlgPhoto/libgphoto2 supported camerashttp://www.gphoto.or...to2/support.phpMiscellaneousIEEE 1394 for Linuxhttp://www.linux1394.org/hcl.phprepository of all known ID's used in PCI deviceshttp://pciids.sourceforge.net/Linux ATA Development Project: Supported Chipsets and Vendorsincl. ATA33/66/100/133/150/SATA1.0/PURE HARDWARE ATA RAIDhttp://www.linux-ide.org/chipsets.htmlLinux USB Devices overviewhttp://www.qbik.ch/u...ces/devices.phpPCMCIA/CF/CardBus Card Surveyhttp://www.tuxmobil....mcia_linux.htmlOpen source for handheld deviceshttp://handhelds.org...HandheldSummarydvd+rw-tools: Hardware Compatibility Noteshttp://fy.chalmers.s...DVD RW/hcn.htmlSerial ATA (SATA) chipsets — Linux support statushttp://linuxmafia.co...dware/sata.htmllinux-sata-raidhttp://www.clintonea...x-sata-raid.phpPDAs and Handheld PCshttp://tuxmobil.org/pda_linux.htmlTablet PCs, Pen PCs and Convertibleshttp://tuxmobil.org/tablet_unix.htmlLinux and Mobile (Cellular, Smart) Phoneshttp://tuxmobil.org/phones_linux.htmlZoneMinder Hardware Compatibility Listhttp://www.zoneminde...wforum.php?f=10Feel free to add the ones you know!  :D
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#2 OFFLINE   Bruno

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 02:14 PM

I will add a link to this thread in the Great Linux LinksThanks Striker !:thumbsup: Bruno

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 06:41 PM

Ok Bruno.Added a bunch of links tonight and reorganized into sections. ;)BTW: Everyone : Feel free to add the ones you know!  :thumbsup:
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Posted 27 February 2008 - 03:27 AM

Great resource- thanks striker! Bookmarked. :D
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