I have a specific interest in the ibutton protocol for reading networks of DS18B20 temperature sensors. Normally I would install OWFS and do my data collection, debugging, and manual command line work through the OWFS filesystem presentation. But I don’t get a sense that there is enough resource in the flipper to run a linux kernel and enough code to build OWFS. Am I correct in assuming that strategy is off the table? I realize my plans for Flipper are less along the lines of the security hacker tool it is presented as, but I want the hacker IO for interface flexibility for use as a application platform more than a hacker tool. I work in Cybersecurity, and I already have tools for that, to me this is a nice diagnostics platform to interface with my systems… It has some pentest utility, but we have better tools for that.