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dl lud, 01/07/2020 12:32 AM
Link to the presentations page.


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Presentations

All presentations are available at the Presentations page, alongside with slide-decks and videos (if available).

Hardware to bring

Devices

Good practices:
  • It would be a good idea to put your name on a sticker somewhere on the device if possible
Person Hardware Comments Usage
GNUtoo Galaxy SIII (I9300) with the stock bootloader Please don't reflash the bootloader or unusual partitions (EFS, etc) Can run Replicant 6.0 => Can be lent or used for demos
Galaxy SIII (I9300) with the stock (signed) OS Please don't reflash the bootloader or unusual partitions (EFS, etc) Will be used for demos at the stand: We will monitor what is transmited on the network
Galaxy SIII (I9300) with u-boot Please don't reflash the modem partitions (EFS, MODEM) Can run Replicant 9 and GNU/Linux
Other Replicant 6.0 compatible phones:
Galaxy SII
Galaxy Nexus
Galaxy Note
Please don't reflash the bootloader or unusual partitions (EFS, etc) Lend them to be able to communicate through the 36C3 phone network

Debug utilities

Person Hardware Comments Usage
GNUtoo Serial port cable with variable resistors Needed for Replicant 9 or GNU/Linux
Screwdriver Needed by dllud
Multimeter Can debug the serial cable if necessary
Simtrace 1: Can get the dialog between the modem and the SIM card in wireshark simtrace packaged in Parabola, please do not reflash or trigger the erase jumper (requires old compiler to recompile the firmware) Do we do demos with it ?
SIM card that is not recognized in Replicant (STK related?) Testing
SIM card + phone that can trigger the audio call issue Testing
5 CCC Camp 2019 SIM cards I've the ADM1 PIN and such if you want to play with it, but I don't have good transportable smartcard reader (only bad transportable or good not transportable) Will be lent to use the 36C3 phone network

Other:

Person Hardware Comments Usage
GNUtoo Blank stickers for labeling the hardware * Put your name, table, and contact information on the hardware you lend to more easily find you when we need to give it back to you
* Put constraints and usage notes on hardware (pinout, settings, what not to reflash)
FSF Replicant stickers Giving some to the attendees

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