I GOT IT!!! WOOHOO IT WORKS!!!!!!! \o/ \o/ \o/
Look closely, look *closely* at what you are seeing!
This is #cpu, connecting to a remote machine (a camera, if you're curious), running a binary that is *actually* on the host I am coming *from*. HECK YEAH - WE'RE THERE!!! 🥳🥳🥳
Here is the recording of my talk on the #IntelME:
Please file issues/send PRs if you have any ideas.
Amd sorry, my timing was bad, so this was mostly focusing on platform basics to get into the field. I will do better again at @fosdem in the Open Source #Firmware devroom, I promise!
Big thanks to @west for the great stage! \o/
Hello Fediverse! I haven't been active here in a while.
But I do tinker a lot, and I have something to share. 🙂
As many know, I've been involved in desktop/laptop/server platform #firmware development, mainly #x86 with #coreboot and #oreboot, and not so much #UEFI. However, that is what most OEMs ship by default. Now we have #LinuxBoot, a bit of an escape hatch that we can leverage. And I am building a tool to assist with getting to it:
https://fiedka.app - the graphical firmware editor 🐙
"Kultur offenbart ihre Seele durch Verschlüsselung"
Tuesday July 27th it's time for another "Electronics Let's Play" Twitch stream, At 2pm PT. We will continue work on the new iCEBitsy demoscene hardware. How much of the PCB Layout will we be able to do?! See you there! :) https://www.twitch.tv/esden
a demo running on the Commodore 64/128 Floppy drive.
Yes, the floppy drive.
With visuals and sound.
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