Lazy Reading for 2012/11/11


The 3.2 release seems to have gone well.  Who has tried the new USB support?  I’m curious to see how it’s going.

Your unrelated link of the week: This roundup of ultrarealist human sculpture.  You’ve probably seen Ron Mueck‘s art before, at least.

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  1. Lazarus says:

    “Look, I work on something completely irrelevant to popular society (all the Sparc stuff) so I know what his angle is, and I can therefore totally understand why he might want to work on what he does. The difference is I don’t even begin to pretend that my Sparc work is relevant or beneficial to the world at large in any way. It’s just a toy, a joke, something nobody but me and a couple crazy people use.?”

    K then, good to know, I guess o_O

  2. Yellow Rabbit says:

    USB 2.0 memory sticks work. USB keyboard works (with exception of kernel debugger). USB mouse doesn’t work. I can read from /dev/ums0 — cat /dev/ums0 shows garbage on the screen, but moused and Xorg keep silence. I think they call select() instead of read() or something similar. Simple RNDIS driver works too:)

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