ODROID-C0

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,  ▶

ODROID-N2

CoreELEC: For the ODROID-N2

Kodi has for years been one of the most popular media players and is often recommended when people ask for which multimedia solution to choose as it is available for multiple operating systems and a huge spectrum of devices. The majority of low-cost devices which are bought for the purpose  ▶

ODROID-N2

Multi-booting on ODROID-N2: Add The Ability to Select Multiple Operating Systems From A Single Disk

There have been many demands to manage multiple OS and many SBC users had tried to run multiple OS installed in eMMC, uSD and USB storage and, as such, instructions were introduced with a script or Linux commands, as well. Many users succeeded with it but the instructions are not simple for users who are not familiar with the Linux system. We want to help new users who wish to use two OS but having trouble to set up multiple OS environments.  ▶