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0:02Welcome to the stream
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0:02Welcome to the stream
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0:02Welcome to the stream
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1:56Tip of the Day: Approximating 81
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1:56Tip of the Day: Approximating 81
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1:56Tip of the Day: Approximating 81
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12:02Get us up to speed with our progress running Fedora on the HiFive Unleashed2
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12:02Get us up to speed with our progress running Fedora on the HiFive Unleashed2
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12:02Get us up to speed with our progress running Fedora on the HiFive Unleashed2
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14:37Plug the 'Build Fedora Gnome Desktop on RISC-V!!' guide3
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14:37Plug the 'Build Fedora Gnome Desktop on RISC-V!!' guide3
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14:37Plug the 'Build Fedora Gnome Desktop on RISC-V!!' guide3
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20:59Note that our HiFive Unleashed has been online and accepting SSH requests, to which we may grant access
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20:59Note that our HiFive Unleashed has been online and accepting SSH requests, to which we may grant access
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20:59Note that our HiFive Unleashed has been online and accepting SSH requests, to which we may grant access
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24:08Show our SD card Fedora Gnome Desktop and continue to read the 'Build Fedora Gnome Desktop on RISC-V!!' guide4
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24:08Show our SD card Fedora Gnome Desktop and continue to read the 'Build Fedora Gnome Desktop on RISC-V!!' guide4
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24:08Show our SD card Fedora Gnome Desktop and continue to read the 'Build Fedora Gnome Desktop on RISC-V!!' guide4
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27:30Don the antistatic wristband
27:30Don the antistatic wristband
27:30Don the antistatic wristband
28:08Show our NVMe SSD
28:08Show our NVMe SSD
28:08Show our NVMe SSD
30:27Recount our adventures flashing the HiFive Unleashed Expansion Board to support booting into the NVMe5,6
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30:27Recount our adventures flashing the HiFive Unleashed Expansion Board to support booting into the NVMe5,6
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30:27Recount our adventures flashing the HiFive Unleashed Expansion Board to support booting into the NVMe5,6
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48:07Recount our decision to set up Ubuntu 18.04 for building the Freedom U SDK7
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48:07Recount our decision to set up Ubuntu 18.04 for building the Freedom U SDK7
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48:07Recount our decision to set up Ubuntu 18.04 for building the Freedom U SDK7
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50:17Note the fact that anti static bags are conductive8
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50:17Note the fact that anti static bags are conductive8
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50:17Note the fact that anti static bags are conductive8
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51:53Plug our antistatic mat and properly grounded house
51:53Plug our antistatic mat and properly grounded house
51:53Plug our antistatic mat and properly grounded house
53:31Plug Atish's Plasma mobile running on RISC-V9
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53:31Plug Atish's Plasma mobile running on RISC-V9
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53:31Plug Atish's Plasma mobile running on RISC-V9
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54:23Plug dullfire's 'Microsemi expansion board support/issue' thread in the SiFive Forums10
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54:23Plug dullfire's 'Microsemi expansion board support/issue' thread in the SiFive Forums10
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54:23Plug dullfire's 'Microsemi expansion board support/issue' thread in the SiFive Forums10
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1:05:39Recount our investigations into the HiFive Unleashed device tree11
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1:05:39Recount our investigations into the HiFive Unleashed device tree11
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1:05:39Recount our investigations into the HiFive Unleashed device tree11
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1:08:01Recount our patching and successful building of the Freedom U SDK12
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1:08:01Recount our patching and successful building of the Freedom U SDK12
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1:08:01Recount our patching and successful building of the Freedom U SDK12
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1:08:54Recount our plan to go through jonesforth,13 including our discovery of Handmade Hero on the "programming" subreddit, with a plug of Per Vognsen's Bitwise14
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1:08:54Recount our plan to go through jonesforth,13 including our discovery of Handmade Hero on the "programming" subreddit, with a plug of Per Vognsen's Bitwise14
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1:08:54Recount our plan to go through jonesforth,13 including our discovery of Handmade Hero on the "programming" subreddit, with a plug of Per Vognsen's Bitwise14
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1:14:07Recount our inclusion in Handmade Seattle and adventures in job hunting
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1:14:07Recount our inclusion in Handmade Seattle and adventures in job hunting
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1:14:07Recount our inclusion in Handmade Seattle and adventures in job hunting
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1:17:50Shout-out to Richard W. M. Jones, writer of jonesforth, and contributor to the RISC-V Fedora work15
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1:17:50Shout-out to Richard W. M. Jones, writer of jonesforth, and contributor to the RISC-V Fedora work15
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1:17:50Shout-out to Richard W. M. Jones, writer of jonesforth, and contributor to the RISC-V Fedora work15
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1:21:14Show and fit our magical NVMe SSD stand-off
1:21:14Show and fit our magical NVMe SSD stand-off
1:21:14Show and fit our magical NVMe SSD stand-off
1:25:10Determine to assemble our RISC-V machine
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1:25:10Determine to assemble our RISC-V machine
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1:25:10Determine to assemble our RISC-V machine
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1:26:05Embark on unboxing our freshly-arrived 3D printed case
1:26:05Embark on unboxing our freshly-arrived 3D printed case
1:26:05Embark on unboxing our freshly-arrived 3D printed case
1:29:20Show and admire our case's transparent top
1:29:20Show and admire our case's transparent top
1:29:20Show and admire our case's transparent top
1:31:23Unbox our case's bottom
1:31:23Unbox our case's bottom
1:31:23Unbox our case's bottom
1:33:00Show and admire our case's bottom
1:33:00Show and admire our case's bottom
1:33:00Show and admire our case's bottom
1:33:50Snap our case together
1:33:50Snap our case together
1:33:50Snap our case together
1:42:28Consider playing with the case fit off camera
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1:42:28Consider playing with the case fit off camera
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1:42:28Consider playing with the case fit off camera
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1:44:01Show our assembled case
1:44:01Show our assembled case
1:44:01Show our assembled case
1:45:52Show our sanded lugs, and consider the potential to omit the snaps' 0.5mm wiggle room, and tighten them
1:45:52Show our sanded lugs, and consider the potential to omit the snaps' 0.5mm wiggle room, and tighten them
1:45:52Show our sanded lugs, and consider the potential to omit the snaps' 0.5mm wiggle room, and tighten them
1:51:46Favourably review the build quality of the case and the service of both 3D printing companies
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1:51:46Favourably review the build quality of the case and the service of both 3D printing companies
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1:51:46Favourably review the build quality of the case and the service of both 3D printing companies
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1:54:35Recount our built and partially booting HiFive Unleashed setup, having followed Atish's steps16 and copied the raw disk image from our Arch Linux (host) installation to the SD card
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1:54:35Recount our built and partially booting HiFive Unleashed setup, having followed Atish's steps16 and copied the raw disk image from our Arch Linux (host) installation to the SD card
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1:54:35Recount our built and partially booting HiFive Unleashed setup, having followed Atish's steps16 and copied the raw disk image from our Arch Linux (host) installation to the SD card
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1:57:35Show our HiFive Unleashed boot messages
1:57:35Show our HiFive Unleashed boot messages
1:57:35Show our HiFive Unleashed boot messages
1:59:10Plug the newest Freedom U SDK17 with the determination to try it
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1:59:10Plug the newest Freedom U SDK17 with the determination to try it
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1:59:10Plug the newest Freedom U SDK17 with the determination to try it
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2:06:27Determine to situate our RISC-V PC in its case
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2:06:27Determine to situate our RISC-V PC in its case
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2:06:27Determine to situate our RISC-V PC in its case
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2:07:19Disassemble our RISC-V PC, and place the HiFive Unleashed in the case
2:07:19Disassemble our RISC-V PC, and place the HiFive Unleashed in the case
2:07:19Disassemble our RISC-V PC, and place the HiFive Unleashed in the case
2:09:27Confirm that the screw holes do line up
2:09:27Confirm that the screw holes do line up
2:09:27Confirm that the screw holes do line up
2:09:43Gather screws
2:09:43Gather screws
2:09:43Gather screws
2:13:46Try different sized screws on the HiFive Unleashed and case
2:13:46Try different sized screws on the HiFive Unleashed and case
2:13:46Try different sized screws on the HiFive Unleashed and case
2:22:13Try hanging our cards into the case
2:22:13Try hanging our cards into the case
2:22:13Try hanging our cards into the case
2:30:49Return with Dad's screws and note our sanding of the lugs and an area on the back to accommodate the USB cable
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2:30:49Return with Dad's screws and note our sanding of the lugs and an area on the back to accommodate the USB cable
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2:30:49Return with Dad's screws and note our sanding of the lugs and an area on the back to accommodate the USB cable
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2:34:08Show Dad's screws through the snaps, fixing the case together, and our sanding of the Graphics card bracket cutout
2:34:08Show Dad's screws through the snaps, fixing the case together, and our sanding of the Graphics card bracket cutout
2:34:08Show Dad's screws through the snaps, fixing the case together, and our sanding of the Graphics card bracket cutout
2:41:57Determine to try the new Freedom U SDK, having built it on a build server
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2:41:57Determine to try the new Freedom U SDK, having built it on a build server
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2:41:57Determine to try the new Freedom U SDK, having built it on a build server
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2:46:15Assemble our RISC-V PC on the antistatic mat
2:46:15Assemble our RISC-V PC on the antistatic mat
2:46:15Assemble our RISC-V PC on the antistatic mat
2:49:27Boot and connect to our RISC-V PC
2:49:27Boot and connect to our RISC-V PC
2:49:27Boot and connect to our RISC-V PC
2:50:47Check the boot log
2:50:47Check the boot log
2:50:47Check the boot log
2:51:48Run `lspci`, to see essentially nothing
2:51:48Run `lspci`, to see essentially nothing
2:51:48Run `lspci`, to see essentially nothing
2:52:12Find that `lsusb` is absent
2:52:12Find that `lsusb` is absent
2:52:12Find that `lsusb` is absent
2:52:20Run `ls /dev`
2:52:20Run `ls /dev`
2:52:20Run `ls /dev`
2:53:29Run `dmesg`
2:53:29Run `dmesg`
2:53:29Run `dmesg`
2:55:56Consult the bootloaders in the Freedom U SDK18
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2:55:56Consult the bootloaders in the Freedom U SDK18
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2:55:56Consult the bootloaders in the Freedom U SDK18
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2:57:13Run `fdisk -l` and check /etc/fstab
2:57:13Run `fdisk -l` and check /etc/fstab
2:57:13Run `fdisk -l` and check /etc/fstab
3:01:56Try to mount /dev/mmcblk0p1
3:01:56Try to mount /dev/mmcblk0p1
3:01:56Try to mount /dev/mmcblk0p1
3:03:17Power down our RISC-V PC, and switch the Expansion Board to the "up" position
3:03:17Power down our RISC-V PC, and switch the Expansion Board to the "up" position
3:03:17Power down our RISC-V PC, and switch the Expansion Board to the "up" position
3:04:17Boot our RISC-V PC
3:04:17Boot our RISC-V PC
3:04:17Boot our RISC-V PC
3:05:04Login and run `lspci` to see all our hardware
3:05:04Login and run `lspci` to see all our hardware
3:05:04Login and run `lspci` to see all our hardware
3:07:05Power down our RISC-V PC, and plug in our 8 GiB SD card
3:07:05Power down our RISC-V PC, and plug in our 8 GiB SD card
3:07:05Power down our RISC-V PC, and plug in our 8 GiB SD card
3:07:57Power up our RISC-V to find that it doesn't boot
3:07:57Power up our RISC-V to find that it doesn't boot
3:07:57Power up our RISC-V to find that it doesn't boot
3:08:41Determine to plug in our monitor, powered via USB by our separate laptop
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3:08:41Determine to plug in our monitor, powered via USB by our separate laptop
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3:08:41Determine to plug in our monitor, powered via USB by our separate laptop
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3:09:46Plug in our monitor, powered via USB by our separate laptop, and move the boot selector to the "down" position
3:09:46Plug in our monitor, powered via USB by our separate laptop, and move the boot selector to the "down" position
3:09:46Plug in our monitor, powered via USB by our separate laptop, and move the boot selector to the "down" position
3:11:00Boot into our Fedora-powered RISC-V PC
3:11:00Boot into our Fedora-powered RISC-V PC
3:11:00Boot into our Fedora-powered RISC-V PC
3:12:38Show the GNOME Fedora desktop environment running on our RISC-V PC (first boot)
3:12:38Show the GNOME Fedora desktop environment running on our RISC-V PC (first boot)
3:12:38Show the GNOME Fedora desktop environment running on our RISC-V PC (first boot)
3:13:37Determine to try the demo-coreip-xfce4.bb image containing Quake 219
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3:13:37Determine to try the demo-coreip-xfce4.bb image containing Quake 219
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3:13:37Determine to try the demo-coreip-xfce4.bb image containing Quake 219
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3:15:00Hook up the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard with our RISC-V PC
3:15:00Hook up the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard with our RISC-V PC
3:15:00Hook up the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard with our RISC-V PC
3:15:39Position the webcam to show the RISC-V PC screen
3:15:39Position the webcam to show the RISC-V PC screen
3:15:39Position the webcam to show the RISC-V PC screen
3:16:43Try touch input, without success
3:16:43Try touch input, without success
3:16:43Try touch input, without success
3:17:17Hook up the mouse with our RISC-V PC
3:17:17Hook up the mouse with our RISC-V PC
3:17:17Hook up the mouse with our RISC-V PC
3:18:01Find that the RISC-V PC does not see our mouse
3:18:01Find that the RISC-V PC does not see our mouse
3:18:01Find that the RISC-V PC does not see our mouse
3:18:51Reboot our RISC-V PC
3:18:51Reboot our RISC-V PC
3:18:51Reboot our RISC-V PC
3:20:19We've got mouse input! Highlight of the series so far
3:20:19We've got mouse input! Highlight of the series so far
3:20:19We've got mouse input! Highlight of the series so far
3:20:51Initially personalise our RISC-V Fedora installation
3:20:51Initially personalise our RISC-V Fedora installation
3:20:51Initially personalise our RISC-V Fedora installation
3:24:12Check the status of the XFCE4 download on the laptop: Complete
3:24:12Check the status of the XFCE4 download on the laptop: Complete
3:24:12Check the status of the XFCE4 download on the laptop: Complete
3:25:37Determine to write the XFCE4 image to the SD card; consult Atish's repo20 for first-time boot info; see if the RISC-V PC can power the monitor, and if we can play Quake 2 with a gamepad, and run Ryan Fleury's Melodist
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3:25:37Determine to write the XFCE4 image to the SD card; consult Atish's repo20 for first-time boot info; see if the RISC-V PC can power the monitor, and if we can play Quake 2 with a gamepad, and run Ryan Fleury's Melodist
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3:25:37Determine to write the XFCE4 image to the SD card; consult Atish's repo20 for first-time boot info; see if the RISC-V PC can power the monitor, and if we can play Quake 2 with a gamepad, and run Ryan Fleury's Melodist
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3:27:17Start the XFCE4 image writing to the SD card
3:27:17Start the XFCE4 image writing to the SD card
3:27:17Start the XFCE4 image writing to the SD card
3:29:38Consult Atish's repo21 for first-time boot info
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3:29:38Consult Atish's repo21 for first-time boot info
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3:29:38Consult Atish's repo21 for first-time boot info
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3:30:36Reboot our RISC-V PC
3:30:36Reboot our RISC-V PC
3:30:36Reboot our RISC-V PC
3:32:09Log in to our RISC-V Fedora system and check it out
3:32:09Log in to our RISC-V Fedora system and check it out
3:32:09Log in to our RISC-V Fedora system and check it out
3:36:53Shut down the RISC-V PC
3:36:53Shut down the RISC-V PC
3:36:53Shut down the RISC-V PC
3:37:54Check on the progress of our XFCE4 write and disconnect the monitor's USB cable from the laptop
3:37:54Check on the progress of our XFCE4 write and disconnect the monitor's USB cable from the laptop
3:37:54Check on the progress of our XFCE4 write and disconnect the monitor's USB cable from the laptop
3:38:27Boot our RISC-V PC, itself powering the monitor, with success
3:38:27Boot our RISC-V PC, itself powering the monitor, with success
3:38:27Boot our RISC-V PC, itself powering the monitor, with success
3:39:41A few words on the rapid progress in the world of RISC-V, with laptops and phones expected in two years
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3:39:41A few words on the rapid progress in the world of RISC-V, with laptops and phones expected in two years
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3:39:41A few words on the rapid progress in the world of RISC-V, with laptops and phones expected in two years
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3:42:30Consider a snag with switching our boot selector between installations
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3:42:30Consider a snag with switching our boot selector between installations
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3:42:30Consider a snag with switching our boot selector between installations
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3:45:29Explore our RISC-V Fedora environment for eye candy
3:45:29Explore our RISC-V Fedora environment for eye candy
3:45:29Explore our RISC-V Fedora environment for eye candy
3:52:12Shut down the RISC-V PC, and switch it over to boot the XFCE4 image
3:52:12Shut down the RISC-V PC, and switch it over to boot the XFCE4 image
3:52:12Shut down the RISC-V PC, and switch it over to boot the XFCE4 image
3:55:05Hunt for Quake 2 in our RISC-V XFCE4 system
3:55:05Hunt for Quake 2 in our RISC-V XFCE4 system
3:55:05Hunt for Quake 2 in our RISC-V XFCE4 system
4:01:39Determine to post pictures on Twitter of our RISC-V PC, to enjoy Handmade Seattle and relax after the conference
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4:01:39Determine to post pictures on Twitter of our RISC-V PC, to enjoy Handmade Seattle and relax after the conference
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4:01:39Determine to post pictures on Twitter of our RISC-V PC, to enjoy Handmade Seattle and relax after the conference
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4:04:10Shut down our RISC-V PC and wind down the stream
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4:04:10Shut down our RISC-V PC and wind down the stream
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4:04:10Shut down our RISC-V PC and wind down the stream
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You have arrived at the (current) end of Riscy Business