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-====== HOWTO articles - ARM based Hardware ====== 
  
-===== Slackware on ARM =====+===== Slackware on ARM - HOWTO guides ​=====
  
 This section contains information about how to install Slackware on to a range of ARM hardware. This section contains information about how to install Slackware on to a range of ARM hardware.
  
-The primary site for Slackware ARM is [[http://​arm.slackware.com/​|here]].  ​The wiki pages on this site are intended for the community to help broaden the architecture support and collaboratively create and share the knowledge base.+The wiki pages on this site are intended for the community to help broaden the architecture support and collaboratively create and share the knowledge base.
  
-If you're looking to get SlaXBMC on your ARM device you could start reading [[http://​slaxbmc.blogspot.it/​2014/​04/​slaxbmc-141-is-released.html | here]]. 
-===== Hardware installation guides ===== 
  
 +===== Installation guides =====
  
 +For the officially supported platforms, the documentation can be found on the [[http://​arm.slackware.com/​installation/​|Slackware ARM web site]]. ​ It's also linked from within this general Slackware Documentation Project for the sake of completeness.
  
-=== Software floating point port ===+=== Slackware ARM releases ​===
  
-^ Type of Supported ^ Hardware ​model ^ ARM CPU type   ^ Slackware version ^ +Hardware ​and installation support for each release can found below:
-| Official | Trimslice ​     | armv7/​Tegra20 ​       | [[ftp://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​slackwarearm-14.1/​INSTALL_TEGRA.TXT|14.1]] ​     |           +
-| Official | Plug Computers | armv5/​Kirkwood ​      | [[ftp://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​slackwarearm-14.1/​INSTALL_KIRKWOOD.TXT|14.1]] ​     |   +
-| Official | ARM Versatile (emulated via QEMU) | armv5 | [[ftp://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​slackwarearm-14.1/​INSTALL_QEMU.TXT|14.1]] ​ |     +
-^ ^ ^ ^ ^ +
-| Community | Raspberry Pi   | armv6                | [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​RaspberryPi|14.0,​ 14.1]] ​       |  +
-| Community | Toshiba AC100 | armv7/​Tegra2| [[http://​docs.slackware.com/​howtos:​hardware:​arm:​toshiba_ac100_dynabook_az|13.37 14.0]] | +
-| Community | Open Pandora ​ | armv7/​Cortex-A8| [[http://​pandorawiki.org/​Software_projects/​OS/​Slackware|13.37,​ 14.0, 14.1]] | +
-| Community | OLinuXino A10 Lime | armv7/A10 | [[http://​www.malaya-digital.org/​setting-up-slackware-arm-14-1-on-the-olinuxino-a10-lime-from-scratch/​|14.1]] | +
-| Community | OLinuXino A10S Micro | armv7/A10S | [[http://​www.malaya-digital.org/​setting-up-slackware-arm-14-0-on-the-olinuxino-a10s-from-scratch/​|14.0]] | +
-| Community | XZPAD700 (works on most Axx-based boards)| armv7/Axx | [[http://​docs.slackware.com/​howtos:​hardware:​arm:​hacking_the_xzpad700_7_tablet |14.0 14.1]] | +
-| Community | OLinuXino iMX233 | armv5/​iMX233 | [[http://​rpc.suroot.com/​slackwarearm-live/​| 14.1]]|+
  
 +^ Documentation ^
 +| [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​releases_14.2|Slackware ARM 14.2]] |     
 +| [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​releases_current|Slackware ARM current]] |
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 +<note tip>​Inspired?​ Want to write an ARM Hardware HOWTO page yourself? \\ Type a new page name (no spaces - use underscores instead) and start creating! {{NEWPAGE>​howtos:​hardware:​arm:​}} </​note>​
  
-<note tip>​Inspired?​ Want to write an ARM Hardware HOWTO page yourself? \\ Type a new page name (no spaces - use underscores instead) and start creating! {{NEWPAGE[>​howtos:​hardware:​arm:​}} </​note>​ 
 ===== Overview of ARM Hardware HOWTOS ===== ===== Overview of ARM Hardware HOWTOS =====
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 +Within the Linux Kernel and wider OS ecosystems, the ARM platform has fragmented support.
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 +The following table provides some documentation around a variety of devices that the community has created.
 +Some of it relates to unsupported versions of Slackware ARM and has not been updated, but it may still be a useful repository.
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