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We saw major progress being made on Linux for the Nintendo Switch a few weeks ago, and now, the team behind the hack has made even more progress.
The Fail0verflow team has posted a video on Twitter (spotted by Wololo), showing Linux running with touchscreen and 3D support.
Heck, the video even shows the Chromium web browser up and running on the Nintendo console.
— fail0verflow (@fail0verflow) February 17, 2018
The team had earlier claimed that this method of enabling homebrew support can’t be patched in currently released Switch consoles and doesn’t require a modchip.
The Switch has also recently received a Homebrew launcher, Wololo reports. The launcher requires firmware 3.0.0 and lets you easily boot up the few available homebrew apps for the console.