Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 26th Apr 2016 13:28 UTC

Some details, this is running a Gentoo arm system, cross-compiled using a qemu-user chroot environment. Yes, that's right, Gentoo, running on a Tesla. All those USE flags, CFLAGS, and optimizations are going to add speed to my car. My 5 second 0-60 will be faster than your 5 second 0-60!

There was probably at least 5 days of continuous compilation going on here. The system is almost completely independent. "OMG did you seriously flash the Tegra?" No, I didn't go that far. I'm running Gentoo in a chroot environment within the Tesla OS itself. I will definitely be making a post later diving into the technical details of it.

Absolutely crazy, and I love it.

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A little bit expensive
by _QJ_ on Tue 26th Apr 2016 14:57 UTC
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A little bit expensive for... A media player.

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Linux kernel
by gotocaca on Tue 26th Apr 2016 19:29 UTC
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Will the Linux kernel rule the whole world ? Who can ever understand if there is à back door or à malicious 45 days in the code ?

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by uridium on Tue 26th Apr 2016 20:58 UTC
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A tablet with a car around it.
by ThomasFuhringer on Wed 27th Apr 2016 07:21 UTC
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I never understood what that monstruos screen in a Tesla was necessary for.
Now I know.

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