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Tue Mar 28 19:10:20 UTC 2017 <asciilifeform> even ye olde parallel port thing that xilinx used to include with books, works.
Thu Dec 01 08:46:06 UTC 2016 <punkman> asciilifeform: cool stuff. does the xilinx chip not need proprietary shitchain?
Thu Mar 10 04:17:31 UTC 2016 <asciilifeform> (inside is also a xilinx fpga and some sram.)
Sat Feb 06 02:19:00 UTC 2016 <asciilifeform> and in the 'roadmap' link we specifically see 'xilinx.'
Sat Feb 06 02:18:28 UTC 2016 <asciilifeform> !s xilinx
Fri Jan 22 02:24:10 UTC 2016 <asciilifeform> gabriel_laddel: fpga is pretty much never mounted in a socket (the low end xilinx cpld, e.g., 95xx series, do come in plcc - but high pin count makes this a bitch)
Tue Dec 29 14:02:58 UTC 2015 <ascii_butugychag> http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=29-12-2015#1355673 << why not buy xilinx also..?
Tue Dec 01 15:26:45 UTC 2015 <asciilifeform> today reversing a xilinx chip is largely a waste of time, a good chunk of the functionality is in quite un-fpgaish special-purpose chunks which get reshuffled with each new model
Tue Dec 01 15:25:20 UTC 2015 <asciilifeform> http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=01-12-2015#1334537 << famous among aficionados. 'neocad' actually reversed the time's xilinx fpga line. 'had to die.'
Wed Jul 08 18:05:46 UTC 2015 <gabriel_laddel> To any "hackers" reading the logs - rather than going after hackteam, try xilinx, lattice semiconductor next time?
Wed Jul 08 18:00:06 UTC 2015 <ascii_field> this all happened before, with xilinx
Thu Jun 25 17:02:12 UTC 2015 <*> asciilifeform discovered, during unrelated research, that xilinx's 'coolrunner' cpld series - a very simple programmable logic gizmo with very homogeneous/regular physical structure - can hold a simple risc cpu...
Tue Jun 23 21:49:30 UTC 2015 <ascii_field> http://siliconpr0n.org/archive/doku.php?id=azonenberg:xilinx:xc2c32a << more re: xc32
Tue Jun 23 21:36:06 UTC 2015 <ascii_field> ^ of interest to all 'xilinx' aficionados
Wed Jun 17 18:05:34 UTC 2015 <ascii_field> and you don't have the ones you might like, but solely the ones the chip came with from xilinx etc
Wed Jun 17 17:57:21 UTC 2015 <ascii_field> (and only a paid-up, to the tune of 100K+ usd, or well-cracked, xilinx toolchain, will even talk to the $200-300 ones)
Wed Jun 17 17:56:23 UTC 2015 <ascii_field> price some of the larger xilinx chips
Wed Jun 17 17:52:39 UTC 2015 <assbot> Logged on 17-06-2015 17:32:11; ascii_field: (xilinx, altera, actel, etc. ~all~ make the bulk of their revenue by charging rent for 'properties' like 'the right to have a network card' in your fpga)
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