I want to learn more about the efforts of standardizing ARM boot for embedded boards - EBBR. I'll try to get it working on the Olinuxino A64 (https://www.olimex.com/Products/OLinuXino/A64/A64-OLinuXino/open-source-hardware) board, by compiling and programing bootefi enabled Uboot to SPI flash chip. After that it should be possible to install Linux distributions to the eMMC using standard images and installation method, to be verified with OpenSuse.
Although opensuse already supports CM4 and Pi400, there isn't an upstream devicetree for those boards. My plan is to spend the week implementing them. Sadly it's a project where collaboration is hard. But I'll be happy to try.
Create a utility that will simplify setup a SLES machine to be a PXE boot server. This will include installing and setting up tftp, dhcp client/server, nfs server, and vsftp server. Selecting, mounting, exporting, ISO and kiso images for PXE installation and setting up PXE boot menus.
Often when we test maintenance updates or when we decide to push an update for a package we want to know what that change may cause. Right now it is really difficult to figure out what package depends on a given package.
Device for connecting an electric guitar or bass to a computer via USB-C. It is basically just a glorified A/D converter, although with a twist. It can emulate proprietary commercial devices for use with applications such as Rocksmith. The name comes from the official device for Rocksmith, which is named Realtone Cable.