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This is the latest documentation section of the OpenWrt Wiki. This is the latest documentation section of the OpenWrt Wiki.
-The old OpenWrt manual can be found here: [[http://kamikaze.openwrt.org/docs/openwrt.html|OpenWrt Manual]].\\+The old OpenWrt manual can be found here: [[about:start|OpenWrt Manual]].\\
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... [[https://openwrt.org|read more]]. ... [[https://openwrt.org|read more]].
-==== Supported Devices ====+===== Hardware ===== 
 + General Hardware Info: [[doc:hardware:start | Hardware Guide ]] 
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 +==== Supported Target Device Platforms ====
Devices that work with OpenWrt: [[toh:start|Table of Hardware]]. Devices that work with OpenWrt: [[toh:start|Table of Hardware]].
 +==== Adding Peripheral Support ====
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 +How to add support for  [[doc:howto:hardware.button| Hardware pushbuttons ]]
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 +General info on [[doc:hardware:port.gpio | GPIO's]]
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 +Forum post describing how to find and test GPIO's [[https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=36561 | here]].
===== Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) ===== ===== Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) =====
[[doc:faq|OpenWrt FAQ]] [[doc:faq|OpenWrt FAQ]]
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... [[doc/recipes/start|read more]]\\ ... [[doc/recipes/start|read more]]\\
-==== HowTo's ==== +===== HowTo's ===== 
-HOWTOs cover additional tasks possible with OpenWrt, ie: setting up a printer server, using the vanilla firmware, installing packages via opkg and configuration... [[doc:howto:start|read more]]+HOWTOs cover additional tasks possible with OpenWrt, ie: setting up a printer server, using the vanilla firmware, installing packages via opkg and configuration...Projects... Servers.. [[doc:howto:start|read more]]
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[[doc:howtobuild:start|Build-HowTos]] include doing things from scratch and then using the Build System to obtain an own firmware (see [[meta:template_howtobuild]]): [[doc:howtobuild:start|Build-HowTos]] include doing things from scratch and then using the Build System to obtain an own firmware (see [[meta:template_howtobuild]]):
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 +Coffres forts et armoires fortes ignifugées sur le site http://infosafe.fr
^ Page ^ Description ^ ^ Page ^ Description ^
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| [[doc:howtobuild:tl-mr3420.build|TP-Link TL-MR3420]] | Build the TP-Link TL-MR3420 firmware | | [[doc:howtobuild:tl-mr3420.build|TP-Link TL-MR3420]] | Build the TP-Link TL-MR3420 firmware |
| [[doc:howtobuild:dir-632-a1.build|D-link DIR-632-A1]] | Build the DIR-632-A1 firmware | | [[doc:howtobuild:dir-632-a1.build|D-link DIR-632-A1]] | Build the DIR-632-A1 firmware |
-| [[doc:howtobuild:extroot.howtobuild|ExtRoot]] | Build firmware with ExtRoot  | 
| [[doc:howtobuild:wireless-router-with-a-3g-dongle|3G-Dongle]] | Build firmware including UMTS-Modem support  | | [[doc:howtobuild:wireless-router-with-a-3g-dongle|3G-Dongle]] | Build firmware including UMTS-Modem support  |
| [[doc:howtobuild:single.package|single package]] | Compile and package only one single package  | | [[doc:howtobuild:single.package|single package]] | Compile and package only one single package  |

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