The crew of U-boat U-96 has been ordered to leave port and set sail to sea to sink British merchant ships. After some tense moments with an enemy, which is well-equipped, they've been ordered to dock at a base in South Europe, however this seems to be impossible as they have to cross the strait of Gibraltar...
Runtime: 55 minutes
Das Boot - Das U-Boot - Netflix
Das U-Boot (subtitled “the Universal Boot Loader” and often shortened to U-Boot) is an open source, primary boot loader used in embedded devices to package the instructions to boot the device's operating system kernel. It is available for a number of computer architectures, including 68k, ARM, Blackfin, MicroBlaze, MIPS, Nios, SuperH, PPC, RISC-V and x86.
Das Boot - Data storage and boot sources - Netflix
Serial port (file transfer) Kermit S-Record YMODEM
U-Boot boots a kernel by reading the kernel and any other required data (e.g. device tree or ramdisk image) into memory, and then executing the kernel with the appropriate arguments. U-Boot's commands are actually generalized commands which can be used to read or write any arbitrary data. Using these commands, data can be read from or written to any storage system that U-Boot supports, which include: (Note: These are boot sources that U-Boot is capable of loading data (e.g. a kernel or ramdisk image) into memory from. U-Boot itself must be booted by the platform, and that must be done from a device that the platform's ROM or BIOS is capable of booting from, which naturally depends on the platform.) Onboard storage SD card SATA NOR flash NAND flash USB
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