• efaLive 2.10.4 released

    efaLive 2.10.4 is released. The x86 image and the RaspberryPi image are now based on Debian 12 (Bookworm). The efa software is updated to version 2.3.3.

    I implemented support for encrypted backups. The backup is encrypted with a password and can be restored with the same password. The look and feel has changed a bit. The mouse pointer is now bigger and the font rendering is improved, which is mainly a preparation for one of the upcoming efa releases.

    For more information check the efaLive page.

  • Some experiments with Rust on ESP32

    After I have done some Rust development for web application, Lambdas, etc. I have started to experiment with Rust on the ESP32. The ESP32 is a low-cost microcontroller. The Rust support by Espressif, the company behind ESP32, is really great. So it’s a nice way to start with Rust on embedded devices. If you want to learn more about this project, you can read my Rust ESP32 page.

  • efaLive 2.8.5 released

    efaLive 2.8.5 is now ready for download. This update brings the latest version of the efa Software as well as the latest stable Debian release, codename ‘bullseye’

    The documentation das been removed from the CD image, because it always was some pain to update it. I always had to re-generate the CD image.

    For more information check the efaLive page.

  • efaLive 2.8.0 released

    efaLive 2.8.0 is available. There are not so many changes, but the efa software has been updated and now brings efaCloud support and the underlying Debian system is up to date.

    Please note that the key for the efaLive Debian archive has changed, so you have to update it in older versions of efaLive to be able to install new packages.

    For more information check the efaLive page.

  • efaLive 2.7 released

    I just uploaded a new version of efaLive. I spend a lot of time to port the efaLive tools from Python 2 to Python 3. The support for Python 2 will end soon. The images are based on Debian Buster now and the efa version is 2.2.2_42. The image for the Raspberry Pi now support the new Raspberry Pi 4. For more information check the efaLive page.

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