To add a link to your new page use the following wiki link format:
<nowiki>[[My New Page]]</nowiki>
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The purpose of this page now is mostly historical. if you know of a product that was introduced bef
included embedded Linux, please put the information about it on this page. This will help document some of the
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...org/support/faq BeagleBoard FAQ] and [[BeagleBoard|eLinux BeagleBoard wiki page]], too.
...see BeagleBoard [[BeagleBoard#Manual|revision B6 HW manual]], section 2.4 (page 13). The differences betwen the various versions are documented in the [ht
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**Wiki page to describe the entire development method
...essfully patch linux-omap-2.6.29 (modified patch available through project page).
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...ns, so pay close attention to compatibility information for directions and extensions.
===How do I install extensions?===
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:''Is your site being vandalized? Please leave a message on the talk page or the forum, or the [https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawik
...ns are present, vandalism will always be present to a certain extent. This page will descibe how to limit it. Note that Wikipedia is much larger than other
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|type2 = special
...n extension which allows a user to create footnotes. Cite includes several extensions which can be installed independently and operate independently of each othe
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|type2 = special
...ticles and set those revisions as the default revision to show upon normal page view. These revisions will remain the same even if included templates are c
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|type1 = Page action
|type2 = Special
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...ons on how to use it, please see [[Help:Extension:ParserFunctions|the help page]].
...onDistributor/ParserFunctions|Download a snapshot]] and extract it to your extensions directory. Choose the version that matches your version of MediaWiki.
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== Extensions ==
...older LuceneSearch extension which reimplemented the entire Special:Search page.
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This page is for collecting the presentations that were made at the conference. Durin
Please watch this page if you are interested in a particular presentation - and if it
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...load it via the link, it may fail. If it does, use the [[Special:Upload]] page to upload your file.
...rs.pdf|PDF]] [[media:elce-2011-anders.odp|ODP]] [[BoardBringupLCD|Resource Page]]
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...r/ For more information about Pi Jumper please visit the Pi Jumper product page]
.../schoolboard/ For more information, please visit the SchoolBoard 2 product page]
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...s parts palette behind the little "door" symbol, or under the Pick a Brick page, as element #4507686, design #60032 (red), cost 8 pence each.
...w thread mounting points you can customise the case in other ways – with extensions and stacking of components above the Raspberry Pi.
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...d. A ''TAP'' is a â€œTest Access Portâ€, a module which processes special instructions and data. TAPs are daisy-chained within and between chips and
For some chips, there are also ''Programming Adapters'' supporting special transports used only to write code to flash memory, without support for on-
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This is..i mean its a nice note but there is nothing all that special in a way its something that we go through with a lot of companies they take
...uge pages, which is also on the list, is another example of that. The huge page mechanism in most processors allows the memory management unit
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...eagleBoardToys/FAQ#BeagleBone_DVI-D_Cape Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)] page for additional help.
* [https://specialcomp.com/ Special Computing (USA)]
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...g systems. The ARM926EJ-S also has a hardware based set of DSP instruction extensions, which
...device support including RAM, ROM, and Flash, with or without asynchronous page mode.
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This page has a list of areas of the kernel where multiple SoCs have code out-of-tree
*** See this page: [[Sony Xperia Wireless backport test]] for more details
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