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== Ron Minnich ==
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== Time and Date ==
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The LinuxBIOS Symposium 2006 took place in Hamburg, Germany from October 1st to October 3rd 2006.
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== Photos of the Symposium ==
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* [http://photos.vandewege.net/photos.cgi?lib=2003&set=LBsymposium2006 Ward's photos]
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* [http://www.stefan-reinauer.de/ Stefan's photos]
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* [http://mbgokhale.org/Photos.html Ron's photos]
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== Agenda ==
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The agenda is available [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/Symposium-Agenda.pdf here].
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== Talks & Discussion ==
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=== Stefan Reinauer ===
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/Opening.pdf Opening]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/IntegratorsGuide.pdf Integrator's Guide]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/DevelopmentGuidelines.pdf Development Guidelines]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/ACPI.pdf ACPI in LinuxBIOS]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/Future.pdf The future of LinuxBIOS]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/Payload.pdf What is the best Payload?]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/ProgrammersManual.pdf Programmer's Manual]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/DatasheetTrouble.pdf Datasheet Trouble]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/LinuxBIOS-QA.pdf Automatic Regression Testing]
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* [http://coresystems.de/PDFs/TargetingMillions.pdf Targeting Millions]
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=== Peter Stuge ===
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* [http://stuge.se/lb.eu/ Slides from Peter's Talk]
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jP4gBPAgTA Peter Stuge's Embedded Car Audio System I] (Flash video)
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kl1OWxbWCkA Peter Stuge's Embedded Car Audio System II] (Flash video)
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=== Jiming Sun, Sohoon Lee ===
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* [http://www.linuxbios.org/data/LinuxBIOS%20AMD%202006%20Final_10-02-2006.pdf AMD's LinuxBIOS enablement strategy]
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=== Ronald Minnich ===
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* All of [http://linuxbios.org/data/V3.pdf Ron's talks] in a single PDF.
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=== Yinghai Lu ===
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* [http://linuxbios.org/data/yhlu/LinuxBIOS_CAR_09142006.pdf LinuxBIOS CAR 2006/09/14]
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* [http://linuxbios.org/data/yhlu/cache_as_ram_lb_09142006.pdf Part II]
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== Hardware ==
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We were having a real Hacker's Paradise at the Symposium, amongst others:
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=== Uwe Hermann ===
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* 3 USB-to-PS2 converters
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* ca. 10 PLCC chips of various brands/sizes
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* ca. 5 DIP chips of various brands/sizes
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* a test laptop (SIS 650/691) with socketed PLCC chip:
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* Maybe one or two motherboards, if there's room left
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=== Ron Minnich ===
 
* usb to serial (2)
 
* usb to serial (2)
 
* 1M flash parts 49lf008a
 
* 1M flash parts 49lf008a
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* 3 OLPC
 
* 3 OLPC
  
== Richard Smith ==
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=== Richard Smith ===
  
 
* 1 OLPC
 
* 1 OLPC
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* USB -> 3.5 IDE HD
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* a couple of  3.5 IDE HD's
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* USB CDR/DVD burner.
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* ASUS P2B i440bx mother board
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* 4 in 1 screwdriver.
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* Small screwdriver for pulling DIPs
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* Several 29F040b PLCC, Some DIPs I pulled from old motherboards
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* ATX powersupply
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* USB mouse.
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* Small PS/2 keyboard
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* USB -> PS/2 adapter.
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* several cheap not surge protected powerstrips.  (If they blow up no loss)
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* serveral EU to US plug adapters.
  
== Stefan Reinauer ==
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Stuff I was bringing but decided not to
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* 500W 220 -> 110V transformer. (this thing is a cavity search waiting to happen)
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* USB -> 2.5 IDE HD (Needs above)
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* Max Speed Max Term motherboard (needs above)
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=== Peter Stuge ===
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* mostly working EPIA-MII with 6-26v 60w atx picoPSU
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* a spare samsung 256mb ddr ram
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* ide2cf
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* pcmcia2cf
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* cf cards
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* soekris net4801
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* soekris net4826
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* prism2/atheros minipci/pci/pcmcia abg/bg/b wifi cards
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* pci 1394a without rom
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* old agp/pci vga cards with rom
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* pci aha-2940au scsi with rom
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* 8x100 ethernet switch, some 10m cables, parts for making cables
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* usb2serial
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* sata/ata/usb/1394/nullmodem cables
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* usb flash drive if I can find one
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* some plcc 512k am29lf040b and one 256k sst39sf020a
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* plcc remover tool
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* miniature screwdrivers (aka diy plcc remover tool)
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* usb2sata 3.5" case
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* usb fdd
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* usb hub(s)
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* ac-12v 1.5a psu
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* ac-12v 2.5a psu
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* ac-3/5/9/12v 2.5a psu
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* ac-power-over-ethernet injector
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* a dumb euro power strip or two
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* a 5m extension cord or two
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* cd-r/dvd-r media
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* flashlight
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* 10" gray vga crt
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* ps/2 .se keyboard
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=== Stefan Reinauer ===
  
 
* Via Epia-M
 
* Via Epia-M
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* usb hub
 
* usb hub
 
* (multimeter+soldering iron)
 
* (multimeter+soldering iron)
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* Beamer
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=== Ward Vandewege ===
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* Bios Savior (512KB)
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* plcc removal tool
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* Serial cable (DB9 female/DB9 female)
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* USB to serial cable (DB9 male)
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* USB -> 2.5 IDE case with 2.5" IDE drive
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* IDE 3.5" -> 2.5" converters
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* couple of EU -> US plug converters
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* lots of anti-drm and GNU/linux stickers
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[[Category:Meetings]]

Latest revision as of 08:41, 16 August 2012

Time and Date

The LinuxBIOS Symposium 2006 took place in Hamburg, Germany from October 1st to October 3rd 2006.

Photos of the Symposium

Agenda

The agenda is available here.

Talks & Discussion

Stefan Reinauer

Peter Stuge

Jiming Sun, Sohoon Lee

Ronald Minnich

Yinghai Lu

Hardware

We were having a real Hacker's Paradise at the Symposium, amongst others:

Uwe Hermann

  • 3 USB-to-PS2 converters
  • ca. 10 PLCC chips of various brands/sizes
  • ca. 5 DIP chips of various brands/sizes
  • a test laptop (SIS 650/691) with socketed PLCC chip:
  • Maybe one or two motherboards, if there's room left

Ron Minnich

  • usb to serial (2)
  • 1M flash parts 49lf008a
  • 512K flash parts. 49lf004
  • epia that works
  • digital logic msm800sev that is in progress
  • lippert frontrunner that is in progress.
  • serial and ethernet cables.
  • several enet switches.
  • outlet strips
  • CF cards
  • IDE->CF adapters
  • USB storage dongles
  • RUMBA board for burning flash parts.
  • PCMCIA->CF
  • USB->CF
  • several IBM power warts
  • 3 OLPC

Richard Smith

  • 1 OLPC
  • USB -> 3.5 IDE HD
  • a couple of 3.5 IDE HD's
  • USB CDR/DVD burner.
  • ASUS P2B i440bx mother board
  • 4 in 1 screwdriver.
  • Small screwdriver for pulling DIPs
  • Several 29F040b PLCC, Some DIPs I pulled from old motherboards
  • ATX powersupply
  • USB mouse.
  • Small PS/2 keyboard
  • USB -> PS/2 adapter.
  • several cheap not surge protected powerstrips. (If they blow up no loss)
  • serveral EU to US plug adapters.

Stuff I was bringing but decided not to

  • 500W 220 -> 110V transformer. (this thing is a cavity search waiting to happen)
  • USB -> 2.5 IDE HD (Needs above)
  • Max Speed Max Term motherboard (needs above)

Peter Stuge

  • mostly working EPIA-MII with 6-26v 60w atx picoPSU
  • a spare samsung 256mb ddr ram
  • ide2cf
  • pcmcia2cf
  • cf cards
  • soekris net4801
  • soekris net4826
  • prism2/atheros minipci/pci/pcmcia abg/bg/b wifi cards
  • pci 1394a without rom
  • old agp/pci vga cards with rom
  • pci aha-2940au scsi with rom
  • 8x100 ethernet switch, some 10m cables, parts for making cables
  • usb2serial
  • sata/ata/usb/1394/nullmodem cables
  • usb flash drive if I can find one
  • some plcc 512k am29lf040b and one 256k sst39sf020a
  • plcc remover tool
  • miniature screwdrivers (aka diy plcc remover tool)
  • usb2sata 3.5" case
  • usb fdd
  • usb hub(s)
  • ac-12v 1.5a psu
  • ac-12v 2.5a psu
  • ac-3/5/9/12v 2.5a psu
  • ac-power-over-ethernet injector
  • a dumb euro power strip or two
  • a 5m extension cord or two
  • cd-r/dvd-r media
  • flashlight
  • 10" gray vga crt
  • ps/2 .se keyboard

Stefan Reinauer

  • Via Epia-M
  • GBit Switch
  • WIFI Routers
  • Galep IV Flash burner for DIL and PLCC
  • some power strips
  • CE power chords
  • remote power switch
  • USB->CF
  • Bios Savior+USB control
  • chip pullers
  • a USB keyboard
  • some serial cables (nullmodem)
  • usb2serial converter
  • usb debug device
  • usb flash stick + usb hard drive
  • usb hub
  • (multimeter+soldering iron)
  • Beamer

Ward Vandewege

  • Bios Savior (512KB)
  • plcc removal tool
  • Serial cable (DB9 female/DB9 female)
  • USB to serial cable (DB9 male)
  • USB -> 2.5 IDE case with 2.5" IDE drive
  • IDE 3.5" -> 2.5" converters
  • couple of EU -> US plug converters
  • lots of anti-drm and GNU/linux stickers