Recent Apple MacBook Pro models are usually equipped with long OLED touch display that officially named “Touch Bar” that substitutes the traditional Function (Fn) key row. Internally, this thing is called Dynamic Function Row (DFR) according to the naming prefix of related system components. In Boot Camp Windows installations, the Touch Bar acts as basic… Continue reading A deep dive into Apple Touch Bar – Part I
Sometimes it is not feasible to get UART access on consumer blackbox devices (e.g. Lumia 950XL). In the case of ARM ACPI debugging, the lack of UART access may make early boot debug incredibly difficult. Starting from Linux Kernel 5.0, it is now possible to enable FrameBuffer-based early kernel display. All you need to do… Continue reading Debugging early ARM ACPI bringup without UART
Some ideas of parsing UnityFS bundles.