1. ShadowOne333

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    UPDATE: Atmosphere has been updated to subversion 0.14.0. Check the Github releases for the updated version.

    Another June 15th, another release!
    This new Atmosphere update brings along a new feature, Daybreak, which is an updater for the firmware of the Switch without having to rely on other firmware updaters like ChoidujourNX.
    This update also lays the groundwork (but not support) for both Mariko support and Mesosphere, the later being a complete rewrite and implementation of the Switch's kernel, but there's still an on-going development for both of them.


    As always, head to the GitHub page to get the latest version!
    Here's the updated changelog:

    :arrow: Atmosphere's GitHub Repository Release Page
     
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    Atmosphere 0.14.0 does not actually include Mesosphere -- mesosphere does not yet support firmwares lower than 10.0.0 (I need to do backwards compatibility), and it will need a lot of testing.

    Once mesosphere is actually done, two atmosphere zips will be distributed in releases. A "stable" zip without mesosphere, and a "cool kids" zip with mesosphere. This will continue for some time until meso is stable, and then Atmosphere's version will be changed to 1.0.0.
     
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    Thanks for the headsup!
    I did notice Mesosphere (kernel implementation) wasn't added in this release upon further reading.
    I simply jumped the shark and made the assumption, but will make the correction right away.

    Will be looking forward to its progress!
     
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    Im wondering if this fixes a bug I recently discovered on 0.13.0

    I had just upgraded a system and noticed that when I long press power for a shutdown when attempting to do a cold boot (stock, no rcm) the system would just hang. Something about the shutdown process broke the next normal boot sequence. However if I used RCM to boot a payload it would not happen.
     
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    Does SX have to take part in allowing other firmwares to run on SX Core/Lite? Or will it be possible directly after Atmosphere supports it?
     
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    I think it might be for me to pickup a Mariko Switch.
     
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    now my zelda physical copy get stuck on initial switch logo rotating but not responding, home button not working, nothing, I have to poweroff with power button. Updated to CFW 10.1 ATMOS 0.14.0 and latest sigpatches.

    any idea?
     
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    A little more patience for the support of the switch mariko....
    I can't wait any longer. :gba::gba::gba:
     
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    Can we have a Daybreak tutorial soon? Also, if people are already on fw 10.1.0, can they update to 0.14.0 and not have to update their sigpatches?
     
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    If SX doesn't actively block the launching of other firmwares, then it should be supported immediately. However, iirc their test kits did include code that would block any non-SX CFW from running, so we'll have to see.
     
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    From what I understand the final release version of SX lets you boot any payload. So you should be able to for example run atmosphere on a patched V1 right now with SX core. However payloads/atmosphere have yet to be fully updated to support Mariko chips, i.e V2/Lite.
     
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    No.
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/guide-to-choose-which-atmosphere-patches-to-use-on-switch-fw-10.563886/ (thread includes some outdated information about NeutOS, where to find current patches, etc.)

    In other words, new signature patches are required anytime Nintendo updates their loader module and/or other things, and new patches are required anytime Atmosphere updates its loader sysmodule (if using 10.0.0 or higher). If you're on 9.x or lower, then you don't need new signature patches when updating Atmosphere.
     
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    That description is very inaccurate. kek
     
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    It would be infinitely more helpful if you explained how it was inaccurate.
     
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    Nothing was moved from es to Loader, and es didn't ever do acid sigchecks. Prior to 10.0.0, FS did acid checks
     
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    Oh yeah, that also makes absolutely no sense. exefs is a partition in NCAs, not a sysmodule
     
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    ACID is/was a small signature protected header inside of exefs partitions.
     
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    It's a small signed area in an npdm, but yeah
    "Horizon 10.0.0 moved the ES signature functions from ExeFS to a new "loader" module."
    is inaccurate though, because as I've already said, es never checked acid (also Loader is faaaar from being "new")
     
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