OpenCL on ODROIDs
Linux

Getting Started With OpenCL: Using The ODROID-XU4

While I tested OpenGL ES with tools like glmark2-es2 and es2gears, as well as WebGL demos in Chromium, I did not test OpenCL, since I’m not that familiar with it, except it’s used for GPGPU (General Purpose GPU) to accelerate tasks like image/audio processing. That was a good excuse to  ▶

Gaming

How to Setup a Minecraft Server

Este artículo detalla cómo instalar un servidor básico de Minecraft en tu ODROID, para que puedas ejecutar juegos online con algunos de tus amigos en un mundo creado por ti. Usar el ODROID como un sandbox – entorno de pruebas – de bajo coste también es una excelente forma de probar mapas, actualizaciones y modificaciones antes de subirlos a un servidor público.  ▶

Gaming

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.  ▶

Linux

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.  ▶