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thewisevaloo posted a topic in The MarketplaceHey guys I purchased this iMac just a few months ago. It still has the clear film on the screen and it was only used lightly. I decided I need a laptop to travel with, so I really wish Apple would let me return it. Oh wel... It IS the current model and the fastest processor and graphics card that you can get. The RAM can be upgraded, as it should be. You can upgrade to 24GB from crucial.com for $90. Also, the max RAM is 32GB. Because it is so new, you still have the option to purchase the 3 year AppleCare from Apple. There's literally nothing wrong with it in any way. Here's the breakdown of the hardware. Its a $2,549 on the website Hardware: Processor: 3.5 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7 with Turbo Boost up to 3.9GHz Memory RAM: 8GB expandable to 32GB Hard Drive: 3TB Fusion Drive Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M 4GB Wireless Apple Magic Mouse - Still in packaging, never used Keyboard NOT INCLUDED - Sorry, I need it. I'll throw in an Apple Remote that I have laying around Original box Power cable Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Andy Vandijck posted a topic in Developers CornerI've decided to port the efifs drivers to EDK2 fully (instead of good old GNU EFI) because I wanted a lot more filesystems supported under UEFI. I've now ported them all (all drivers from GRUB). This means there is a total of 36 FS drivers (newly) available. I've upgraded the routines so they support also BlockIo2 and DIskIo2 protocol from UEFI 2.3.1 if they are available. I also extended the SimpleFIleSystem interface to support the extended (OpenEx, ReadEx, WriteEx, FlushEx) functions. Enjoy You'll like these, they are really good drivers... Sources are included also and can be integrated into for example Clover 35 are prebuilt of these, just not the FAT driver.. Download binaries (.efi drivers) in .tar.bz2 archive: https://www.dropbox.com/s/h14ru4mc6peo41z/EFI_FS_DRV_BIN_V1.tar.bz2 Download binaries (.efi drivers) in .tar.xz archive: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dnsby29peqnp0si/EFI_FS_DRV_BIN_V1.tar.xz efifs.zip
Hm. For fun I am dorking with porting FreeBSD filesystems to XNU. While it's certainly not a walk in the park so far, it looks very doable. So if there is interest in the subject, I will update results of this R&D.. Quite tired now, laters all