“It violates the MicroUSB spec. It violates the Lightning spec. It’s wrong. Yet, somehow, it’s also incredibly right. It should not work. Yet, somehow, it does. When we showed one to a friend who works for Apple, it pretty much reduced him to distraught gibbering.”
“So today, we’re announcing the release of the PIXEL desktop, which will ship with the Foundation’s Raspbian image from now on.
We’ve preinstalled a couple of extensions; the uBlock Origin adblocker should hopefully keep intrusive adverts from slowing down your browsing experience, and the h264ify extension forces YouTube to serve videos in a format which can be accelerated by the Pi’s hardware.”
A really cool behind-the-scenes magazine for VFX professionals. Very cool. Their ipad app has a free demo issue. http://www.cinefex.com/blog/
“You can get your roast pigs’ feet and then your iPhone cases.” – Bunnie Huang
Tested on Mac OSX El Capitan and Ubuntu 16.04
On the Mac side:
- Install XQuartz.
- Enable X11 clipboard syncing:
- Make sure XQuartz is running before continuing. I also had to launch the terminal app within XQuartz and keep it running in the background.
- Launch iTerm or your terminal app of choice.
- SSH into your remote server with X11 forwarding enabled, e.g.
ssh -X firstname.lastname@example.org
On the remote side:
- Install a version of vim with xterm_clipboard support. To check:
vim --version | grep clipboard
If you see +xterm_clipboard, you’re good to go. Otherwise, on Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install vim-gtk
- Configure vim to alias the unnamed register to the + register, which is the X window clipboard. In your .vimrc, add:
- Start a new vim session and copy/paste should work between your local and remote machines.
Surely this “security_register” can’t be the “hardware to prevent this operation after the first programming” as described in the eMMC spcifications; it is simply a dword in the controller’s RAM.
A fascinating look into undocumented embedded vendor firmware.