- Sep 30, 2005
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Canonical announced a few minutes ago, February 10th, that it just made publicly available its entire database of certified hardware components for Linux and Ubuntu, for the first time. This will rapidly reduce the time-to-market for ODMs (Original Design Manufacturers) working on Linux or Ubuntu systems.
Canonical's catalogue includes over 1,300 certified hardware components from 161 manufacturers. This is definitely the biggest and up-to-date list of Linux-compatible hardware components available
This will help the march of the penguins.