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[h1]Wiki tutorial[/h1] [h1]Tutorial del Wiki[/h1]
[p]El [[tutorial del wiki]] es el lugar para aprender a usar las etiquetas que este wiki usa, otra muy buena manera de aprender es al escribir y mejorar la documentación.[/p]

[p]The [[Wiki tutorial]] is the place to learn how to use the formatting tags we use in the wiki and in the device's description section. A great way of learning is by writing wiki entries and improving documentation.[/p] [h1]Clases de compatibilidad[/h1]
[p]Las [[Clases de compatibilidad]] son la forma que calificamos el comportamiento del hardware de manera que sepa que esperar de determinado dispositivo.[/p]

[h1]Discover your
[h1]Descubra su hardware[/h1]

[p]On [[Discover your [p]Aquí en [[descubra su hardware]] page, you'll learn how to obtain detailed information from your aprenderá como obtener la información de su hardware, so you can insert it to the database. You'll learn, for example, how to find VendorID:ProductID codes of your hardware.[/p] de manera que pueda integrarlo a la base de datos. También descubra algunos trucos para su uso personal.[/p]

[h1]Test your hardware[/h1] [h1]Distribuciones GNU/Linux completamente libres[/h1]

Visit [[How to test your hardware|this page]] for hardware testing suggestions. The entries are not the only ways of testing, but they have worked for other hardware.

[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
[p]En [[Distribuciones GNU/Linux Distributions[/h1]

[p]On [[Fully free GNU/Linux Distributions]] page, we keep a list of
completamente libres]] mantenemos una lista de las distribuciones que son recomendadas y soportadas por el proyecto h-node. Como podrá ver estas distros of which you can use to test your hardware for the h-node project. As you'll see, these distros commit only to use and recommend free son las que tienen el compromiso de solo usar y recomendar software and are thus approved by the Free Software Foundation. The only exception is Debian GNU/Linux which is not approved by the FSF. It, however, can be used for testing hardware if you make sure that only free software is used. For more information, please, see our [[Fully free GNU/Linux Distributions]] page.[/p] libre, por lo tanto aprobadas por la FSF.[/p]

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