Linux Gaming: Nintendo 64 Emulation - Part 2

Part 1 of this article introduced the latest version of the Nintendo 64 emulator for Linux and compared its performance on all of the current ODROID boards. This second part presents an overview of some of the more popular Nintendo 64 games, including Mario Kart, Mario Party, Paper Mario, Star Fox, Star Wars, Starcraft, Super Mario, Super Smash Bros, and Legend of Zelda.  ▶

liquid cooled ODROID server

Liquid Cooling Part 2 - Server

The most stylish cooling project to date for our community, a liquid-cooled ODROID took about 5 weeks to complete, with an average of 12-18 hours a day spent working on the project. It weighs a whopping 6.5lbs, with a total cost of around $950, including the board, accessories, cooling hardware, and shipping.  ▶

Meet an ODROIDian

Meet An ODROIDian: Robert Millette (@Lix-Alpha)

My name is Rob, better known as Lix-Alpha on the Odroid Forums, and I am 43 years old. I have a wife, two kids, a siamese cat, and all of my teeth. I love playing old games from the 90s on my ODROID-GO, creating music on my Pocket Operators, and fine-tuning my son’s RC Car.  ▶


The Yocto Project: Up and running on the ODROID-C2

This article describes the fundamental building blocks and process for building a custom ODROID-C2 Linux image. The same steps can be used for other ODROID machines. Yocto is the industry standard tool for building custom, complex Embedded Linux systems using the latest Open Source technologies such as Qt5, QtWebEngine, and Grafana.  ▶

Meet an ODROIDian

Meet An ODROIDian: Matthew Kinderwater (WebClaw)

I am the Director of IT Services at a company called iCube Development which is based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. My role is typically involves data recovery cases, working in a clean lab performing tasks such as replacing heads, electrical repairs, and recovering data from RAID volumes.  ▶