On Wednesday afternoon, we were having a discussion of various 64-bit ARM SoCs on the Adélie Linux chat. I mentioned that the only one I had was a PINE64, which did not support graphical display on the version of the Linux kernel we ship. Michael, one of our contributors, suggested I should buy a Raspberry … Continue reading Booting a custom kernel/OS on the Raspberry Pi 3 B (64-bit)
H.264: VP8/VP9: I additionally shot a short 4 second video clip of the Talos in action. I've filed a bug with Mozilla to upstream this work. If you do have a bmo account, consider Voting for this issue. (Don't spam the bug tracker with +1 comments; it won't help.) Please also consider supporting my progress … Continue reading YouTube. 1080p. Big-endian PowerPC + Firefox.
No tech today. Haven't been out on the open road for far too long. I took a few nice photos in the passenger seat as we were heading westward. (It was far too dark to take any photos when we went back east.)
By extremely popular request, I'm going to blog my entire computing experience from yesterday (Saturday, the 24th of November, 2018). All of the events written here are real, and actually happened yesterday on my Talos II running Adélie Linux. Names have not been changed to protect the innocent. When I walk in to my office, … Continue reading A day in the life of a PowerPC user