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Linux Kernel Ported To Nintendo 64

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Linux kernel ported to Nintendo 64.

It's been a turbulent year and 2020 is certainly ending interesting in the Linux/open-source space.

Linux kernel ported to Nintendo 64.

If it wasn't odd enough seeing Sony providing a new official Linux driver for their PlayStation 5 DualSense controller for ending out the year, there is also a new Linux port to the Nintendo 64 game console.

Yes, a brand new port to the game console that launched more than two decades ago.

Open-source developer Lauri Kasanen who has contributed to Mesa and the Linux graphics stack took to developing a new Nintendo 64 port and announced it this Christmas day.

This isn't the first time Linux has been ported to the N64, but prior attempts weren't aimed at potentially upstreaming it into the mainline Linux kernel.

 

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