made a last minute MNT Reform motherboard revision today, to accomodate for a 7cm long chonker of a LS1028A CPU/RAM upgrade module to be released at some point next year by https://rbz.es & us.
Managed to get PSP emulation working on the Librem 5!
git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/hrydgard/ppsspp.git
sudo apt install clang cmake libgl1-mesa-dev libsdl2-dev libvulkan-dev
vi cmake/Toolchains/raspberry.armv8.cmake (add set(PPSSPP_PI_MODEL4 ON))
https://wololo.net/downloads/index.php/download/1326 running on the L5:
Additionally, as part of this plan, we will develop a camera option/upgrade for MNT Reform.
Big news: NLnet/NGI0 PET will fund the development of two new open hardware processor modules compatible with MNT Reform: An NXP LS1028A module developed in partnership with RBZ Embedded Logics and an FPGA module for prototyping with open CPU designs:
TheLinuxGamer reviews the Librem 5 Dogwood:
If you need some #debconf20 entertainment around #phosh and #libhandy, watch this talk by @agx: https://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2020/DebConf20/13-my-phone-runs-debian-and-it-does-phone-calls.webm
This extensive and thoughtful post by a member of the #Librem5 community does a good job of explaining the past and present mobile Linux ecosystem and why Purism's approach with phosh makes strategic sense long-term. https://amosbbatto.wordpress.com/2020/08/05/advantages-of-phosh/