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Seems like raspberry pis, and other ARMs dev boards are
A common thing between all of them, is that they boot off an
This is not a bad idea. Why can't we standardise that?
After all, if we can just grab a random ubuntu copy for x86
devices, we should be able to
do the same for ARM devices.
This mini pc running on ARM allows for external booting
I suspect that the matter is simply one of desiring to limit the vulnerabilities that boot order can open up. [WcW, Jan 15 2016]
||Booting from media is totally baked and I can set a USB
media in my boot order already. This is an emulator mind
you, which lets you use an external sd card reader for rapid
||baked for x86 machines. Not quite for ARM it seems
||It's there in my emu, pretty sure not implented in
any factorh firmware due to the potential security
hazards. The SD card, USB and SIM are all on the
same Bus so far as I understand it.