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Over the years many different types of computers have been manufactured, ranging from Desktop computing to Video Game consoles and specialized hardware. Although most systems are proprietary and closed source, some hardware is also open source, just like software, and to a lesser degree, hardware that is royalty free, which is truly free hardware.
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Over the years many different types of computers have been manufactured, ranging from Desktop computing to Video Game consoles and specialized hardware. Although most systems are proprietary and closed source, some hardware is also open source, just like software, and to a lesser degree, there is hardware that is royalty free, which is truly free hardware.
  
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'''Hardware:'''
  
So ranging from that what do you guys want to put here?
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'''Personal Computers:'''
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'''Servers:'''
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'''Game Consoles:'''
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'''Hardware Emulation:'''
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'''Open Source Hardware:'''
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'''Software:'''
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'''Proprietary Software:'''
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'''Free Software:'''
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'''Programming:'''
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'''Reverse Engineering:'''
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== Phones ==
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* [[Installing_postmarketOS_on_the_Nokia_N900]]
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* [[Phoenix BIOS Crisis Recovery]] - Recover a Phoenix BIOS on the ThinkPad T430.
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* [[Phoenix UEFI BIOS Crisis Recovery]] - UEFI Edition.
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* [[Picuntu]] - Rockchip MK808 Android

Latest revision as of 06:59, 4 February 2018

Over the years many different types of computers have been manufactured, ranging from Desktop computing to Video Game consoles and specialized hardware. Although most systems are proprietary and closed source, some hardware is also open source, just like software, and to a lesser degree, there is hardware that is royalty free, which is truly free hardware.

Hardware:

Personal Computers:

Servers:

Game Consoles:

Hardware Emulation:

Open Source Hardware:


Software:

Proprietary Software:

Free Software:

Programming:

Reverse Engineering:

Phones