This month, we feature two extremely useful servers that run very well on the ODROID platform: Apache Tomcat and Plex Media Server. Apache Tomcat is an open-source web server and servlet container that provides a “pure Java” HTTP web server environment for Java code to run in. It allows you to write complex web applications in Java without needing to learn a specific server language such as .NET or PHP. Plex Media Server organizes your video, music, and photo collections and streams them to all of your screens. Our tutorials take you through these server installations step-by-step so that you can enjoy a low-cost, power-efficient way to run an advanced server at home.
The recent release of Lakka for the ODROID, an OpenElec-based distribution, makes it easier to play your favorite games. Tobias reviews the Dreamcast emulator, which is one of the most advanced console emulators available for the ODROID, Nanik continues to show us how to build Android for the ODROID-C1, Bruno details data migration using LVM, and we learn how to control the ODROID-SHOW using Python. As usual, we also present many beloved Linux game ports that will provide hours of fun!
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