Mastodon#arm64

While the latest code compiles, I'm working on importing egypcio's work into a feature branch in 's ports tree.

I know I've already said this, but I'd like to thank Soft Iron again for donating an OverDrive 1000 to . It sure does help to have something better than an for porting to .

Wife's doing a sleep study tonight and I've already got my 40 hours in at work. Time to pull an all-night hackathon!

New build of for : hardenedbsd.org/~shawn/aarch64

Note: this image can only be used on non-embedded devices. This is what I use to install HardenedBSD on the SoftIron OverDrive 1000, for example.

We would like to thank SoftIron for donating an OverDrive 1000 to . We'll use it to port to .

hardenedbsd.org/content/donors

We now have an official, signed package repo for 12-CURRENT !

The first package build for has begun! Let's see how long this takes on my SoftIron Overdrive 1000.

Prepping my SoftIron OverDrive 1000 to be the official package building server for .

Hacking on with my SoftIron OverDrive 1000 while attending the BoF session at .

After , I'm going to set up an pxe booting lab for SafeStack development on arm64.

GOAL of the week, create a local mirror at home. <3

#Microsoft zeigt #Windows_10 auf #ARM64 ...

Während der Build-Konferenz erklärte Microsoft einige weitere Details der kommenden Windows-10-Version für ARM-Mobilrechner samt der eingebauten x86-Emulation.

m.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/

Now that I have ported to , it's time to resume porting SafeStack to .

My Overdrive 1000 is alive again! Now time to build some packages.

@angristan It's the Packet type 2A server, CPUs from Cavium, not x86. I'm doing my best to try to port the Mastodon dependencies though I don't intend to run a permanent instance there myself at the moment.

@lattera

"I'm really excited about #Arm64!"

Doctor Octopus really needs to step up his game if he wants to keep up with this arms race.

goo.gl/94Oh5f

6.1 has new support with clang(1) as the system compiler.

Release notes:

openbsd.org/61.html

@rysiek context:

mastodon.social/@vielmetti/219

a ruby library, unf_ext, bug described at
github.com/knu/ruby-unf_ext/is

master of unf_ext is working on ARM, but the distributed gem is not working on ARM. I want it to work on ARM for Raspberry Pi and Cavium (Packet.net) machines.

There is a workaround at

gist.github.com/mlamberti/90bd

I don't know mlamberti (yet).