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Apple M1 hardware support merged into Linux 5.13

Enlarge / We’re still a long way away from a smooth, quick boot with a fancy Asahi logo centered on the screen and (presumably) a soothing startup noise. (credit: Asahi Linux) Asahi Linux—founded by Hector “marcan” Martin—has merged initial support for Apple M1 hardware into the Linux system-on-chip (SOC)… Read entire story.

Source: Ars Technica

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