Aarch64 was added into UEFI spec recently, and the patches already landed into edk2. The goal of this project is to make an UEFI image to run on the Foundation Model and package Aarch64 edk2 in OBS, so that everyone can just download the latest image and play it.
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The UEFI image for QEMU/AArch64 is available in the openSUSE build service now. However, there is no openSUSE image for that setup. This project is to make openSUSE run on QEMU/AArch64 + UEFI and this may be useful for the openQA in the future.
I previously created a semi-auto test script() for MOK. The script controls the QEMU virtual machine a pre-setup image and performs two simple test cases. It's tedious to setup the images for every SLE and openSUSE. My goal is to write a script to automatically set up the virtual machines and images and do a full test. I would also like to set up a test for weekly-built OVMF. openQA might be a good reference.
In openSUSE Asia summit 2015, there was a talk about the software defined networking, from the virtual switch, the controller, to the simulator. Just want to take a look at open vswitch and Ryu to learn more about SDN.
Since eBPF was introduced into linux kernel, the eBPF verifier keeps the eBPF programs from any wrong-doing. I would like to look into the verifier and see if it's possible to extend the check to avoid reading any sensitive data in the memory.
Every time we went to UEFI Plugfest, one of the frequently asked questions is how to setup a PXE/HTTPBoot server. Besides, we also have to setup and test the server before the event. Although we already have the document(*), it may be easier to deploy with a container image.
My goal is to learn how to package a container image in SLE/openSUSE and create a flexible image for the fast deployment of PXE/HTTPBoot server.
Minnowboard is the platform for UEFI development and supports UEFI capsule update since 0.99, and we are supposed to be able to test the feature with fwupd. However, there is no capsule file in fwupd.org or the official firmware download site. Besides, the Minnowboard firmware source in the current edk2/edk2-platforms git couldn't build due to the recent change of directories. My goal is to rebase the Minnowboard build system to the current git master and create a working up-to-date firmware. Signing the firmware properly would be a plus so that we can apply a private repo in fwupd.org for the development or QA testing.