Implementing GPIO IRQ Handlers: Using Python 3 To Control RPi.GPIO

This code and guide are intended to demonstrate GPIO IRQ handling on the ODROID-C1+/C2/XU4/N2. The guide was adapted from the ODROID wiki page at https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid-xu4/application_note/gpio/rpi.gpio_irq. We can simply implement GPIO IRQ handler with Python 2/3. In this guide, we will use Python 3 for programming the handler. Before getting started,  ▶


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  ▶


KVM: Fun with virtualization on the ODROID-H2

When it comes to the ODROID-H2, my use case for it is to work as a virtualization host, to run a few test VMs to run software on, or test upgrades of systems for my company (e.g. upgrading from older OS versions to newer versions). Looking at the forum, I  ▶


Building An Xbox Using an ODROID-H2

The OG Xbox rocked our world - we still call the media player 'the xbox' to this day. After it was modded it became a media powerhouse that was way ahead of its time. And now it is time to emulate it itself!  ▶


Gaming on the ODROID-H2: Running Lakka on the ODROID-H2

Last month’s issue of ODROID Magazine featured an article “Lakka: Building The Ultimate ODROID-XU4 / XU4Q Gaming Console”, available at https://magazine.odroid.com/article/lakka-building-the-ultimate-odroid-xu4-xu4q-gaming-console/. This article focused on gaming with a ODROID-XU4, however, there is a potentially even more powerful ODROID, the H2. While the ODROID-XU4 does an amazing job at retro gaming,  ▶