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I was doing some testing on my Apple 2018 Mac Mini with the latest ESXi 7.0 Update 1 release and I needed to setup a separate network connection as the onboard 10GbE was not working for me initially. I was out of ideas but I did remember that I still have my Apple Thunderbolt 2 to […]
In previous blogs, we have seen how to deploy vRealize Automation 8.1 and how to configure Active Directory to provide access to users/group on vRealize Automation 8.1. In this blog, I have covered Cloud Assembly and take it one step further.
How do you write a driver for ESXi, on Arm, for the Raspberry Pi, to interface with the GPIO pins, using an SDK that you don’t have access to? (Unless you’re a partner like Intel, Marvell, or Cisco. Which, alas, I’m not.) Having now written a working GPIO driver, I can tell you. Here’s how: