Here's my new write-up of ten Linux-capable chips you really ought to know about, plus some background on how to get started in embedded Linux development: https://jaycarlson.net/embedded-linux/
Recorded and uploaded my presentation at ELCE2020.
CU at the virtual event?
Hydrogen and white LEDs. Or are the latter NeoPixels?
My A4000's battery-backed RTC seems to be sitting too close to a black hole:
-rtc-rp5c01 rtc-rp5c01: setting system clock to 2020-06-05T13:44:41 UTC (1591364681)
+rtc-rp5c01 rtc-rp5c01: setting system clock to 2020-06-09T01:54:20 UTC (1591667660)
The previous boot (v5.7) was indeed on June 5.
Last boot (v5.9) was today, though.
I had a stroke on Tuesday and have been recovering since please pray for me
I hope so much for my dear friends from the USA https://twitter.com/kattascha/status/1313754129307758593
Andere Länder, andere Sitten ;)
https://www.linuxfoundation.org/blog/2020/09/the-one-millionth-commit-the-search-for-the-lucky-linux-kernel-contributor/ says that commit 2f3fbfdaf77f ("Merge tag 'arm-dt-5.9' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/soc/soc")
is what took the kernel to over 1,000,000 commits.
Since I sent that pull request, I object to the following step of picking the specific winner as one that is not in this branch.
Instead, how about this one:
git log --oneline 2f3fbfdaf77f^2 | head -n 533 | tail -n 1
901c865340f8 ARM: tegra: Remove simple clocks bus
Liechtenstein is the single safe European country to travel to. Time to go shopping for some Hilti gear?
DTS has: "mentor,num-eps = <16>;".
Combined with "ctrlrequest->wIndex & 0x0f" in the mUSB driver, any endpoints beyond 15 are silently truncated?
I spoke too soon: while everything is detected fine, two USB-serial adapters just don't work, but no errors are logged.
Removing the camera fixes one USB-serial adapter. Getting rid of the second hub fixes the other adapter. I guess I'm running into limitations of the BeagleBone Black USB controller?
Back to one fully-populated 10-port USB hub...
The ore processing and refinement facilities in Brandenburg will offer top notch labor conditions to up to 40k Berlinjorans! We will take good care of you and offer you the time of your life. You’ll be telling your ancestors about it.
– Gul Dukat
I gave it a try for mine, defended in 1999:
- 3 working links,
- 1 link is automatically redirected to a generic page on the site,
- 22 broken links (404 or domain not found).
Google is (must be) your friend...
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