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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am crc-32 on github.
  • I am crc_32 (https://keybase.io/crc_32) on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASCwDkTb5ZSxnrqUQy7BJRN5oH6s59ce7cps56968-oUtAo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

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0x07 - Name len
0x08 - Name type
0x09 - Name
0x14 - TX power len
0x15 - TX power type
0x16 - TX power
0x17 - Manu data len (0x16, 0x15 without type byte)
0x18 - Manu data type
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crc-32 / failureswarns.json
Last active Nov 17, 2019
Old repo -> pkgbuild repo
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{"run": 0, "fails": []}
View Switch-Linux-Tut.md

Simplest guide to getting your Switch running linux, from a VM user's perspective First, you will need to download Ubuntu, here's a link (this file is quite large): http://releases.ubuntu.com/18.04/ubuntu-18.04-desktop-amd64.iso Putting your Switch into RCM/Recovery mode is out of the scope of this tutorial

  1. Download VMWare and install
  2. Open VMWare, click File --> New --> Virtual Machine…
  3. A window will appear, click Typical then Next.
  4. Choose Installer Disc image file (ISO) then click Browse... and open your Ubuntu file you downloaded earlier
  5. Press Next until you see a screen with the title Specify Disk Capacity, it's up to you what size you want your disk to be for ubuntu but I suggest around 40.0, after you've decided this, choose Store virtual disk as a single file and then click Next
View keybase.md

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am crc-32 on github.
  • I am crc_32 (https://keybase.io/crc_32) on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASBahDEytnRXmi6nLpj-rjKkRkUNJIsnhCQf9qJpWKc6ggo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

@crc-32
crc-32 / openpgp.txt
Created Mar 4, 2018
OpenKeychain Linked Identity
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This Gist confirms the Linked Identity in my OpenPGP key, and links it to this GitHub account.
Token for proof:
[Verifying my OpenPGP key: openpgp4fpr:eeb2bf9a9db072d4222f5bfb7f25113efe2b4e45]