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I have a naive questin I couldn't find answered anywhere yet: How likely is it, that we will see full support of the Mac Mini M1 hardware at some point in time? I.e. will it be possible to dual-boot both Macos and a into a fully working linux desktop that works as a daily driver?
very likely i'd say
sven: what makes you think that exactly?
jottr: most stuff already works with the drivers we can use as documentation to write the real ones, and the rest does not seem too terrible to figure out.
aaa, both sven and svenpeter here is confusing :p
will the real sven p. eter please stand up
Shiz: svenpeter is just my alter ego :P
jottr: my MBP's perfectly usable, for example, the one big thing missing (for me) is audio.
haha. so a core functionality is missing
Shiz: (svenpeter uses matrix and the irc bridge. sven uses an irc bouncer)
Bastian: the block diagram presented in that video isn't accurate though
pugguu[m]: The method we use for getting Linux to boot is not through hacking. It's something that Apple has spent a lot of engineering time developing so that you can securely boot both macOS and other operating systems
It's extremely unlikely that apple would remove that
<kettenis "Bastian: the block diagram prese"> I don't think the target audience will mind too much
is there an accurate block diagram somewhere?
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The apple device tree gives you a very good idea but it's definitely not designed to be human readable