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[h1]Wiki tutorial[/h1]

[p]The [[wiki [[Wiki tutorial]] is the place to learn how to use the formatting tags we use to format text in the wiki and in the device's description. description section. A great way of learning is by writing wiki entries and improving documentation.[/p]

[h1]Compatibility classes[/h1]
[p]The [[Compatibility classes]] are the way we rate the hardware performance so you know how to rate a particular device.[/p]

[h1]Discover your hardware[/h1]

[p]Here at [[discover [p]On [[Discover your hardware]] page, you'll learn how to obtain detailed information from your hardware, so you can insert it to the database. You can also discover some tricks You'll learn, for example, how to find VendorID:ProductID codes of your personal use.[/p] hardware.[/p]

[h1]Compatibility classes[/h1]

[p]The [[compatibility classes]] are the way we rate hardware performance in general. With these classes, it is easier for you to know how to rate a particular device.[/p]

[h1]Fully free GNU/Linux Distributions[/h1]

[p]On [[Fully free GNU/Linux Distributions]] page, we keep a list of the distros that are recommended and supported on of which you can use to test your hardware for the h-node project. As you'll see, these distros are the ones with the commitment of commit only to use and recommend free software. All these distros are FSF approved.[/p] approved by the Free Software Foundation.[/p]

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