Latest status for the MCCI USB drivers for Windows 10 ARM64 on the Raspberry Pi.
- [Done] Get the drivers to build and run on Win10 PE with Alexei’s EFI BIOS.
- [Done] Check the code back into MCCI’s source control.
- [Done] Create a website for software distribution (not just for MCCI’s stuff, but we certainly need it): pi64.win.
- [Done] Create a forum for discussions that is a little more flexible than github issues. (You’re reading it.)
- [Done] Get MCCI release engineering set up to build the ARM64 drivers with VS2017 and the Win10 WDK.
- [Done] fix INF signability problem found by latest
- [Done] MCCI release engineering to use the automation to sign the drivers.
- [Done] Test and confirm that we’ve not broken anything.
- [Done] Adapt the click-through agreement; MCCI operations found a suitable starting point in the files. First release will be for evaluation only, as it’s not clear how anyone would get a commercial license from Microsoft for the core operating system.
- [Done] Create an MCCI (not Microsoft) “brand” for these drivers. Build and review.
- [Done] Create a release package and post.
- [Done] Build with release version and without expiration date
- [Done] Sign drivers
- [Done] Pass release drivers to Terry
- [Done] Integrate with Innosoft installer and license for release.
- [Done] Build an Innosoft installer with RC drivers, and test (to cut down response time when I have drivers in hand).
- [Done] Posted at https://pi64.win/download-usb-drivers/
- [Done] We’ll handle bug reports and escalations via discourse for non-commercial users; for commercial users, we have an existing support portal, portal.mcci.com, which will suffice.