Linux Gaming on ODROID: Box86 - Part 2

About a year ago, I wrote about box86, an i386 emulator for ARM developed by @ptitSeb, who is also responsible for the awesome gl4es wrapper for OpenGL → OpenGL ES. While the original look at it a year ago was already impressive, I want to look at it again, and  ▶


Running Linux Under Android

The ODROID-N2 seems like a perfect Android TV system - everything runs smoothly and converts a regular TV into a valuable smart TV. All is well if that is the only thing you want to do with your ODROID-N2, but for me, it is not enough. I wanted to use  ▶


Linux Gaming: ODROID-GO Advance

The recently released ODROID-GO Advance has a lot to offer for ODROID fans, and retro gaming enthusiasts. The design of the ODROID makes it perfect for retro gaming and the build in gaming controls are perfect for this purpose. Still, the board itself can do so much more and we’re  ▶


Linux Gaming: Anbox - Android In A Box

Although I normally only talk about the ARM based ODROID boards I want to talk about the ODROID-H2 today and something that you can do on it. Since the ODROID-H2 is a standard x86_64 (amd64) board you can do exactly the same configuration steps that you perform on every other  ▶


Is That a Linux Computer in Your Pocket, or Are You Just Glad to See Me?: Build an ODROID Computer You Can Carry in Your Pocket

Fresh on the heels of the ODROID Tablet project, https://magazine.odroid.com/article/build-a-rootin-tootin-dual-bootin-odroid-tablet-using-the-odroid-c0-to-make-a-professional-grade-tablet-for-under-usd100/, comes an even more portable version of the ODROID-C0. Rather than sporting a large-scale HDMI-equipped LCD, this “pocket ‘puter” relies on a framebuffer-driven video output displayed on a 3.2-inch thin-film-transistor (TFT) touchscreen shield dubbed the C1. While this touchscreen shield  ▶


Linux Gaming: PC-Engine / TurboGrafx - Part 6

With this article, we’ve reached the end of the PC-Engine / Turbografx series, which I admit went on much longer than I anticipated. It also was a lot more interesting than I thought it would be. Let’s see what this final installment will bring, and if the series of famous  ▶