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  • Apple eFuse Driver Coming To Linux 5.19

    Phoronix: Apple eFuse Driver Coming To Linux 5.19

    In addition to Linux 5.19 set to add NVMe support for the Apple M1 systems, the Apple eFuse driver also from the open-source community is geared up for landing in this next version of the Linux kernel...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...For-Linux-5.19

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    https://github.com/AsahiLinux/docs/wiki/Feature-Support

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      Audio

      Audio is functioning, however remains unsafe. There is a serious risk of blowing up your machine should you misconfigure any part of the userspace stack.
      What on earth? It's possible to insert some software into a Macbook that causes it to physically blow up? I'm guessing some government agencies are very interested

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        Originally posted by M1kkko View Post



        What on earth? It's possible to insert some software into a Macbook that causes it to physically blow up? I'm guessing some government agencies are very interested
        My thoughts exactly. Can the devs share how they figured this out - video preferably (guess it is hilarious).

        On the other hand, praises and thanks to the Asahi team and everyone involved. Cool stuff.

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