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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>1.4.</small> [[:Category:Events|Events]] <small>(5)</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>1.4.</small> [[:Category:Events|Events]] <small>(5)</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>1.5.</small> [[:Category:Getting and installing Arch|Getting and installing Arch]] <small>(32)</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>1.5.</small> [[:Category:Getting and installing Arch|Getting and installing Arch]] <small>(34)</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>1.6.</small> [[:Category:Live Arch systems|Live Arch systems]] <small>(3)</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>1.6.</small> [[:Category:Live Arch systems|Live Arch systems]] <small>(3)</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>2.9.</small> [[:Category:Gaming|Gaming]] <small>(49)</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>2.9.</small> [[:Category:Gaming|Gaming]] <small>(49)</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>2.10.</small> [[:Category:Internet applications|Internet applications]] <small>(76) (also in [[:Category:Networking|Networking]])</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>2.10.</small> [[:Category:Internet applications|Internet applications]] <small>(75) (also in [[:Category:Networking|Networking]])</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:4.8em;"><small>2.10.1.</small> [[:Category:Email clients|Email clients]] <small>(18)</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:4.8em;"><small>2.10.1.</small> [[:Category:Email clients|Email clients]] <small>(18)</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>5.4.</small> [[:Category:Firewalls|Firewalls]] <small>(11) (also in [[:Category:Security|Security]])</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>5.4.</small> [[:Category:Firewalls|Firewalls]] <small>(11) (also in [[:Category:Security|Security]])</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>5.5.</small> [[:Category:Internet applications|Internet applications]] <small>(76) (also in [[:Category:Applications|Applications]])</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>5.5.</small> [[:Category:Internet applications|Internet applications]] <small>(75) (also in [[:Category:Applications|Applications]])</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:4.8em;"><small>5.5.1.</small> [[:Category:Email clients|Email clients]] <small>(18)</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:4.8em;"><small>5.5.1.</small> [[:Category:Email clients|Email clients]] <small>(18)</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>6.7.</small> [[:Category:Internationalization|Internationalization]] <small>(16)</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>6.7.</small> [[:Category:Internationalization|Internationalization]] <small>(16)</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>6.8.</small> [[:Category:Kernel|Kernel]] <small>(40)</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>6.8.</small> [[:Category:Kernel|Kernel]] <small>(39)</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>6.9.</small> [[:Category:Package management|Package management]] <small>(32)</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>6.9.</small> [[:Category:Package management|Package management]] <small>(32)</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:4.8em;"><small>6.13.1.</small> [[:Category:Hypervisors|Hypervisors]] <small>(9)</small></span>
 
| <span style="margin-left:4.8em;"><small>6.13.1.</small> [[:Category:Hypervisors|Hypervisors]] <small>(9)</small></span>
 
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>6.14.</small> [[:Category:X server|X server]] <small>(65)</small></span>
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| <span style="margin-left:3.2em;"><small>6.14.</small> [[:Category:X server|X server]] <small>(64)</small></span>
 
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2.3. Command shells (12)
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2.9. Gaming (49)
2.10. Internet applications (75) (also in Networking)
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2.10.3. Web browser (24)
2.11. Mathematics and science (28)
2.12. Multimedia (48)
2.12.1. Image manipulation (15)
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2.12.3. Streaming (17)
2.13. Office (19)
2.13.1. TeX (4)
2.14. Search (3)
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2.16. Terminal emulators (19)
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4.13. Other hardware (23)
4.14. Printers (9)
4.15. Sound (19)
4.16. Storage (19)
4.16.1. Optical (5)
4.17. TV cards (11)
5. Networking (76)
5.1. Distributed computing (6)
5.2. Domain Name System (13)
5.3. File Transfer Protocol (8)
5.4. Firewalls (11) (also in Security)
5.5. Internet applications (75) (also in Applications)
5.5.1. Email clients (18)
5.5.2. Internet Relay Chat (18)
5.5.3. Web browser (24)
5.6. Mail server (23)
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6.12. System recovery (31)
6.13. Virtualization (23)
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6.14. X server (64)