New blog post: 2020 Ends, a New Year Begins
Thank you all and let's have a great year 2021!
Reverse Engineering the source code of the BioNTech/Pfizer #SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine.
Little present for the holidays, the very first #postmarketOSpodcast! 🎙️🎁😁
Let us know what you think, and send us questions and feedback with the same hashtag. Enjoy!
December News Update!
- RK3366 SBCs are coming!
- 2020 in review
- #Pinephone and #Pinetime together
- #Pinephone keyboard for developers
- #PinebookPro back in March!
- #PineCube case
- #Pinecil and Docking Deck launch reception
In today's November Blog Update:
- RK3566 announced as one of our next generation platforms
- #PinebookPro Docking Deck
- #Pinecil on sale within the next month
- Enough other announcements to write a novel about... luckily Lukasz already did that for me. :)
"The device, stationary, with all apps closed, transferred data to Google about 16 times an hour, or about 389 times in 24 hours. Assuming even half of that data is outgoing, Google would receive about 4.4MB per day or 130MB per month..." #privacy https://www.theregister.com/2020/11/14/google_android_data_allowance/
32 bits (still) matters!
I used OPNsense on my pcengines Alix 2d13 firewall.
The Alix 2d13 is a nice motherboard with a Geode CPU 32 bits x86 CPU.
I migrated to OPNsense after pfSense dropped support for 32 bits. Unfortunately, OPNsense also dropped support for 32 bits CPUs in the 19.1.7 release. I decided to install FreeBSD on my Alix to use it as my firewall.
The Windows 10 Installer Dystopia • Stephen Brennan https://brennan.io/2020/11/08/windows-10-nightmare-edition/
Use a raspberry-pi 2 as a firewall with FreeBSD
I was using OPNsense on my pcengines alix firewall and was quite happy with it.
Unfortunately, OPNsense also dropped support for 32 bits CPU’s in the 19.1.7 release. I decided to install FreeBSD on the alix to use it as my firewall.
October News Update:
- New Pine Store
- #PinePhone @ManjaroLinux CE box + image
- PinePhone Qi charging, NFC & keyboard
- #PineTime progress & more
Made yet another blog post about the #pinephone camera, up to part 3 already :)
Whoa, it looks like Linux Journal is back (again again):
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