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    Phoronix: Updated Linux Kernel Patches Posted For Bringing Up The Apple M1 SoC

    Earlier this month Hector Martin and the Asahi Linux developers posted their initial Linux kernel patches for bringing up the Apple M1 ARM SoC platform for the mainline kernel with devices like the 2020 Mac Mini / MacBook Pro / MacBook Air devices. The second iteration of those Apple M1 Linux patches have now been posted...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...nux-Patches-v2

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    I hope they can get the internal storage working, booting from a usb stick would get old fast.

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      maybe the boot partition only needs to be on usb. But, yeah, I know the pain.

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        I quite often boot linuxes from a USB 3.1 compatible thumb drive (128GB SanDisk) in a 3.1 port, and it is barely any slower than an SSD boot.
        Hi

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