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 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 ​===
  
-The Soft Float port goes back to Slackware v11.0, but the "​Officially supported"​ versions listed ​below are the versions currently maintained (receiving updates/​patches).+Hardware and installation support for each release can found below
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 +^ Documentation ^ 
 +| [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​releases_14.2|Slackware ARM 14.2]] |      
 +| [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​releases_current|Slackware ARM current]] |
  
-^ Type of Supported ^ Hardware model ^ ARM CPU type   ^ Slackware version ^ 
-| Official | Trimslice ​     | armv7/​Tegra20 ​       | [[ftp://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​slackwarearm-14.2/​INSTALL_TRIMSLICE.TXT|14.2]] ​     |          ​ 
-| Official | Plug Computers | armv5/​Kirkwood ​      | [[ftp://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​slackwarearm-14.2/​INSTALL_KIRKWOOD.TXT|14.2]] ​    ​|  ​ 
-| Official | ARM Versatile (emulated via QEMU) | armv5 | [[ftp://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​slackwarearm-14.2/​INSTALL_QEMU.TXT|14.2]] |  ​ 
-| Official | Banana Pi      | armv7/​Cortex-A7 ​      | [[ftp://​ftp.arm.slackware.com/​slackwarearm/​slackwarearm-14.2/​INSTALL_BANANAPI.TXT|14.2]] ​     |    ​ 
-^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 
-| Community | Raspberry Pi 1  | armv6                          | [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​RaspberryPi|14.2]] ​       |  
-| Community | Raspberry Pi 2  | armv7/​Cortex-A7 ​               | [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​RaspberryPi2|14.2,​-current]] ​      ​| ​ 
-| Community | Raspberry Pi 3  | armv8/​Cortex-A53 ​              | [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​RaspberryPi3|14.2,​-current]] ​      ​| ​ 
-| Community | HummingBoard ​  | armv7/​Cortex-A9 ​     | [[howtos:​hardware:​arm:​HummingBoard|14.1,​ 14.2]] ​       |  
-| Community | Toshiba AC100 | armv7/​Tegra2| [[http://​docs.slackware.com/​howtos:​hardware:​arm:​toshiba_ac100_dynabook_az|13.37 14.0 14.1]] | 
-| 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]]| 
  
  
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 ===== 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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