PCLinuxOS Hardware Database
- Hardware compatibility may vary with different edition / release of PCLinuxOS.
- Please note the relevant edition / release carefully for individual hardware.
PCLinuxOS Hardware Database is the central repository of hardware compatibility information. All the hardware listed here has been organized into broad categories and then into subcategories to make it easy to locate the exact hardware you are looking for. This also allows you to generally browse the database to get an idea about overall compatibility in general.
If you have any contributions to do here, please follow the format mentioned in the Introduction section below. Introduction
When adding your hardware please use the following format :
Choose the appropriate section and page for your hardware by going through the list below. Browse to see if the Manufacturer is listed. If not create a new subsection with Manufacturer name. Eg. Dell, ASUS etc. Enter the Equipment name in Bold. Eg. Alps MGL Series with touchpad, Canon pixma ip 1980 etc. Enter the PCLinuxOS version / edition. Eg. 2009 KDE; 2010-10 LXDE updated; 2010-12 GNOME etc. Enter any Other Comments. Eg. Needs special configuration etc. Enter any Known problems or issues. Eg. Works very well, Scanning does not work etc.
• Desktops • Laptops • Netbooks • Components
• Motherboards • Monitors • Graphic Cards • Storage media
• CD and DVD devices • Hard disks • Flash memory • Output devices
• Printers • MFDs • Projectors • Input devices
• Keyboards • Mice • Pointing devices • Networking
• Wired networking • Wireless networking • Imaging devices
• Webcams • Digital cameras • Scanners • Multimedia
• Tv tuner cards • Digital music players • Other hardware
• Finger print readers • Card readers • Connectors • Adapters and Convertors • UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supplies) •