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The world as I knew it had a problem. A plenty of bootloaders had already existed, and they'd all shared the same flaw: it wasn't me who made them. I've decided to put an end to that. Cyan is a multi-bootloader and a replacement for the plain Lua BIOS. The features it encompasses include: a whitelist to prevent random strangers from tampering with the computer a Lua interpreter to test your sudden ideas support for hot-plugging filesystems if you've forgot to insert a floppy the ability to format or label a filesystem, while we're at it loading the boot
Open Extensible Firmware Interface v2.2 DISCLAIMER: FOR LUA ARCHITECTURE, OEFI PRESENTS LITTLE TO NO ADVANTAGES! Lua BIOSes that implements OEFI must allow using conventional booting. Note that OEFI has been made to be more architecture-independent and will support ANY architecture able to read files and CPIO (basically any architecture with basic access to component and bitwise operations). Concepts Application: Executable code booting using OEFI in the EFI1 or EFI2 format. Conventional Booting: OpenComputers default booting method. Often called "BIOS" Opera
Hello, I am experiencing some problems using Open Computers. I set up a tier-3 computer connected to a network containing a few other computers and a raid system. When I set up the tier-3 computer I put in an OpenOS disk and enter the install command to copy the OS to the hard drive. The computer works fine and will boot. However, whenever I connect an OC cable to the computer to connect it to the rest of the network (which is pretty small, only a server rack, a raid and one other computer) I cannot reboot the computer. Whenever I do that it seems to get stuck in the init.lua script. It is