Whither hw.board.serial?

Karl Denninger karl at denninger.net
Fri Feb 15 22:33:23 UTC 2019

On 2/15/2019 13:48, Karl Denninger wrote:
> The Pi series of hardware previously exposed sysctl hw.board.serial as a
> read-only that contained the hardware board serial number.
> As of 12-STABLE it appears to be gone on the Pi3 at least.
> Is this intentionally gone or did it rot somewhere?
For others interested -- it appears you can get the same data from kenv
if you need it...
Karl Denninger
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