Difference between revisions of "Generic PC"

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{{Infobox device
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| manufacturer = Various
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| name = Generic PC (BIOS based)
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| codename = ibm-pc
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| releaseyear =
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| originalsoftware = Majority: various Microsoft Windows versions
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| chipset = Intel/AMD various
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| cpu = various
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| gpu =
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| storage =
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| display =
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| memory =
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| architecture = i386 / amd64
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| n-android = ✔
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| status_usbnet =
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| status_flashing =
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| status_touch =
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| status_screen =
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| status_wifi =
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| status_xwayland =
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| status_fde =
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| status_mainline =
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| status_battery =
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| status_3d =
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| status_accel =
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| status_audio =
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| status_bluetooth =
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| status_camera =
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| status_gps =
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| status_mobiledata =
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| status_sms =
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| status_calls =
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| status = Dependency clashes
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| booting = no
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}}
 
There are pre-existing ports of Alpine Linux for i386 and AMD64 generic PC hardware and virtual machines.[https://alpinelinux.org/downloads/]
 
There are pre-existing ports of Alpine Linux for i386 and AMD64 generic PC hardware and virtual machines.[https://alpinelinux.org/downloads/]
  

Latest revision as of 07:09, 26 October 2018

Various Generic PC (BIOS based)
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Manufacturer Various
Name Generic PC (BIOS based)
Codename ibm-pc
Original software Majority: various Microsoft Windows versions
Hardware
Chipset Intel/AMD various
CPU various
Architecture i386 / amd64
Non-Android based device
Features
USB Networking
Flashing
Touchscreen
Display
WiFi
Xwayland
FDE
Mainline
Battery
3D Acceleration
Accelerometer
Audio
Bluetooth
Camera
GPS
Mobile data
SMS
Calls
USB OTG


There are pre-existing ports of Alpine Linux for i386 and AMD64 generic PC hardware and virtual machines.[1]

It should be possible to convert a pre-existing Alpine install to a pmOS install.

This could be used for x86 Windows tablets with a BIOS.

See also