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Talos II / Re: Talos II reboots itself
« Last post by DKnoto on January 11, 2024, 04:45:13 am »
On the kernel 6.6.8-200.fc39.ppc64le I have recently had similar instances of reboots but they occurred when connecting a device to USB, printer, iPad. On kernel 6.6.9-200.fc39.ppc64le it has been correct for two days.
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General CPU Discussion / Re: Artic Tern and Kestrel developers
« Last post by MPC7500 on January 09, 2024, 06:45:47 pm »
No, you have to stay logged in. As soon as you log out or go offline, you will no longer see older posts.
There are clients like Element (Matrix) that keep you online all the time.
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General CPU Discussion / Re: Artic Tern and Kestrel developers
« Last post by atomicdog on January 09, 2024, 05:04:53 pm »

I'm not familiar with IRC is it setup so new people can't see previous discussions?
I signed up but don't see any old posts in any of the channels.
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General CPU Discussion / Re: Artic Tern and Kestrel developers
« Last post by MPC7500 on January 08, 2024, 08:23:31 pm »
The talos-workstation IRC
https://wiki.raptorcs.com/wiki/IRC
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General CPU Discussion / Artic Tern and Kestrel developers
« Last post by atomicdog on January 06, 2024, 04:21:17 pm »
Is there a place (IRC, discord...) were people are discussing the Arctic Tern and Kestrel development?
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My system has been fine, other than occasionally booting without properly setting RTC time to the host (same issue that ClassicHasClass has been seeing?)

Yeah, I'm trying to do more research on that. I'm assuming the BMC settings just got whacked given that the password was also scrambled but it still seems an odd failure mode.
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If you believe you've determined the cause, I don't see a reason to keep the error messages around for further investigation. Good work troubleshooting it.
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Firmware / Re: Adventures in reverse engineering broadcom nic firmware
« Last post by Borley on January 03, 2024, 07:22:04 pm »
The presence of an RSA signature, I venture a guess may be present as there might be other Broadcom products which do check the signature. And Broadcom's internal policy may simply be to sign everything just so that there is uniformity across development.
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General OpenPOWER Discussion / Re: Announcement from Raptor / Solid Silicon Corp
« Last post by Borley on January 03, 2024, 06:30:03 pm »
Oh, you just have to scroll down from the completely blank white title card.

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Imagine having the option to own your own keys and use silicon that has fully open source firmware and tooling.
Meet the X1
A perfect chip for BMC and IOT.  Simplify your design with embedded Lattice FPGA technology, DRAM, and Root of Trust.
Meet the S1
A powerful AI enabled OpenPOWER CPU for servers and edge devices. Simplify and secure your design with open ISA, embedded Root of Trust, BMC, and reference designs.
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User Zone / Re: Calling for gaming experiences
« Last post by Borley on January 03, 2024, 06:15:40 pm »
It is simple to contribute to right now. I don't think we intended for so very many games to actually work that the list would outgrow a simple column. Maybe it can be split it up into:

Native builds
Engine re-implementations
Emulators
Hangover/Box64
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