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| group3 = '''<span style="color:#FFFFFF">Software</span>'''
 
| group3 = '''<span style="color:#FFFFFF">Software</span>'''
| list3  = [[CI20_Distros|Distributions]] - [[CI20_Distros#Debian|Debian]] - [[CI20_Distros#Gentoo|Gentoo]] - [[CI20 Dev Zone#Using Buildroot|Buildroot]]
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| list3  = [[CI20_Distros|Distributions]] - [[CI20_Distros#Debian|Debian]] - [[CI20_Distros#Android|Android]] - [[CI20_Distros#Gentoo|Gentoo]] - [[CI20_Distros#Yocto|Yocto]] - [[CI20_Distros#Angstrom|Ångström]] - [[CI20_Distros#Arch|Arch]] - [[CI20_Distros#OpenWRT|OpenWRT]] - [[CI20 Dev Zone#Using Buildroot|Buildroot]]
  
 
| group4 = '''<span style="color:#FFFFFF">DevZone</span>'''
 
| group4 = '''<span style="color:#FFFFFF">DevZone</span>'''

Revision as of 16:17, 4 December 2014

Please use this template only for the English language version, and make a copy if you wish to use it for another language. Please be careful when editing and use preview, as this template appears on a number of pages.

To add this to a page, use {{CI20}}

As the CI20 category is included below, every article using this navigation box template should be forced to become a member of the category, but feel free to add the category tag to the article anyway as it does no harm.

If you're wondering how this template is possible - it uses the Navbar, Navbox and Transclude templates from Wikipedia under Creative Commons Share-alike licence, with CSS info added manually as eLinux doesn't allow editing of the master CSS.

This template was based on the Raspberry Pi navigation box template.