In S0E3 we talk mostly about DriveDroid (an Android app that lets you use your phone as a bootable USB device), alternate Android firmware options, the Creative Commons, and the Bash shell vs ZSH (“Z-Shell”).
I mention NetBoot as well as iPXE (I had referred to gPXE, also called Etherboot- iPXE is a newer fork of gPXE)
I mention booting Mac OS X from USB storage, you can see instructions here, and you can view a handy list of boot option key shortcuts on Intel Macs here
The following can boot from DriveDroid in KVM. You may need to tweak it to your environment (e.g. USB hardware address, MAC address/network configuration, etc.) and only serves as an example: qemu-system-x86_64 -enable-kvm -m 2048 -net vde,sock=/run/vdectl -net nic,vlan=0,macaddr=00:11:22:33:44:55 -monitor stdio -vnc '''-usb -usbdevice host:d3ad:b33f''' -boot menu=on
Sorry for the weird sound balancing. Jthan’s raw recording wasn’t very normalized. I did what I can, but it’s still pretty hard to hear him sometimes. I’ll tweak it more at some point after I remaster S0E0.