Unix & Linux Asked on January 2, 2022
I was examining my firmwares and I found files of various extensions:
.ucode .bin .fw .brd .sbcf etc. I searched for .ucode bit got few results whcih talked about missing drivers etc, but did not tell me the purpose of this extension. So that is why I am posting here to know its meaning and why it is used.
PS — Can someone give me some pointers or sources to actually find the meaning of all the different extensions I have found.Below is the whole:
b00 b01 b02 b03 b04 bin bin-48kHz_i2s_master brd bseq bts cis cld csp cyacd dat db ddc dfu dlmem dsp fw fw2 hcd hex img initramfs itb jsn ldc mbn mdt mfa2 mpg ncf nffw p7s pkg ri rps sbcf sbin sfi sys tlv tplg txt ucode v2 z77
ucode is an ASCII substitution of
μ (the Greek symbol for
ucode is a file extension for "microcode".
Answered by Andy Dalton on January 2, 2022
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