Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Jan 2018 00:37 UTC, submitted by theuserbl
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We've been talking about Google's mysterious Fuchsia operating system for a while now, and today, we have a new piece of the puzzle. It's a small piece, for sure, but with Google being so incredibly secretive about the whole thing, we take what we can get. As it turns out, Google has added support for its Pixelbook to Fuchsia, and added a page on how to prepare the Pixelbook for Fuchsia installation, and you can check the how-to commit for information about the installation itself.

Still a far cry from anything even remotely tangible about where Fuchsia is going, but even a slow drip can eventually fill a bucket.

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The Fuchsia Wiki
by theuserbl on Wed 3rd Jan 2018 00:50 UTC
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And more about Fuchsia you can find at
https://fuchsia.miraheze.org/wiki/Main_Page

The imnportant parts there are
- a precompiled binary of the kernel, which can run on Windows with QEmu
- precompiled Armadillo-GUI for smartphones with Android and
- the analysis of the fuchsia kernel at Hacktivity by Attila Szász and Gergő Hosszú.

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