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| style="background-color:white" | <small>'''[[HCL|Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)]]'''</small>
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|<small> ''Full Systems'' </small>
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|<small>[[HCL/Laptops|Laptops]] - [[HCL/Desktops|Desktops]] - [[HCL/Servers|Servers]] - [[HCL/Virtual Machines|Virtual Machines]]</small>
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|<small>[[HCL/Video Cards|Video Cards]] - [[HCL/Sound Cards|Sound Cards]] - [[HCL/Network Adapters (Wired)|Wired Net Adapters]] - [[HCL/Modems|Modems]] - [[HCL/Network Adapters (Wireless)|Wireless Adapters]] - [[HCL/Monitors|Monitors]] - [[HCL/Bluetooth Adapters|Bluetooth Adapters]] - [[HCL/Printers|Printers]] - [[HCL/Scanners|Scanners]] - [[HCL/TV Cards|TV Cards]] - [[HCL/Digital Cameras|Digital Cameras]] - [[HCL/Web Cameras|Web Cameras]] - [[HCL/UPS|UPS]] - [[HCL/Floppy Drives|Floppy Drives]] - [[HCL/CD and DVD Writer/Readers|CD and DVD Writer/Readers]] - [[HCL/SCSI Adapters|SCSI Adapters]] - [[HCL/Gadgets|Gadgets]] - [[HCL/SATA IDE Cards|SATA IDE Cards]] - [[HCL/Keyboards|Keyboards]] - [[HCL/Main Boards|Main Boards]] - [[HCL/RAID Controllers|RAID Controllers]]</small>
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Revision as of 14:28, 4 July 2007

Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)
Full Systems
Laptops - Desktops - Servers - Virtual Machines
Components
Video Cards - Sound Cards - Wired Net Adapters - Modems - Wireless Adapters - Monitors - Bluetooth Adapters - Printers - Scanners - TV Cards - Digital Cameras - Web Cameras - UPS - Floppy Drives - CD and DVD Writer/Readers - SCSI Adapters - Gadgets - SATA IDE Cards - Keyboards - Main Boards - RAID Controllers


Hardware Compatibility List


Hardware support provides challenges to any distribution of Linux. The following pages are used by the Arch Linux community to record the compatibility of various hardware and full systems with Arch Linux. Please share your experience by adding your hardware, especially if you had some issue that you overcame.