Best referance hardware at this point ?

Nobody III hungryninja101 at ...9...
Tue Nov 10 04:12:17 CET 2015

I would definitely like USB debugging, since I got a Dell Latitude laptop
which should be fairly compatible with Genode. It theoretically has AMT
support, but I have been unable to enable it.
On Nov 9, 2015 3:06 PM, "Jookia" <166291 at ...9...> wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 09, 2015 at 11:10:06AM -0800, Jamey Sharp wrote:
> > Support for USB debug adapters would be great, and doesn't require
> > fully configuring the USB host.
> If you have a device that supports USB OTG like a Beagleboard you can use
> Linux's USB gadget support and get an EHCI debugger that way too.
> > What's non-free there? Nix is LGPLv2 licensed, right?
> Nix is free, but from what I can tell the genode-nix code isn't licensed,
> so
> it's all rights reserved (or the github license if you want to be
> technical) -
> definitely not free.
> > (I am super excited to learn that someone's working on Nix for Genode;
> > I think that'll make development a lot easier once it works.)
> Me too! It's one of the reasons I'm getting in to NixOS at the moment.
> > Jamey
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