I've recently migrated to ITK6 and everything is working fine and /thread/120671 learned a few things along the way.
The question that now comes to mind is how to document what I've done. Writing source code, I'd update my files, and check them in to Subversion for revision control, but I'm not quite sure how to do that with the customized NUC firmware that I've generated.
My current work flow is to
Devices and Peripherals
- USB - USB Legacy - On(default) to off (Linux is USB Aware...)
- SATA - pre-delay - 0(default) to 5 (for splash screen - must be multiple of 5)
So the questions that are on my mind are:
Thank you for joining the Intel® NUC Community. I will do my best in order to help with your ITK inquiry.
The first thing I would like to mentioned is that you are following the right steps in order to success with the customization. Now, regarding your questions I was unable to find a way to document or to script all the steps taken and configurations set, this needs to be done manually. The customization cannot be loaded from a configuration file, once you have the .bio file this can only be loaded onto other devices. And, to your last question there are no mechanized ways to extract the customization from a new bio, like mentioned before once you have created the .bio file this can only be loaded onto other devices.
If you have more questions, please let us know.