ODROID home media server

ODROID-XU4 Home Server

Back in December 2017, I rebuilt my Odroid XU4 home media server (https://goo.gl/6tT6rt) because I was having some issues with the previous setup. Unfortunately, that rebuild was not focusing on aesthetics or cable management, just functionality, because I needed the server up and running and did not care how it  ▶


ODROID-N2 UART Custom Baud Rate for MIDI

I needed my ODROID-N2’s UART port to operate at a non-standard baud rate so that I could use MIDI. I edited the UART driver code to set baudrate to 31250 when setting baud rate to 38400, then wrote test code using wiringPi, and measured the baud rate. UART driver after  ▶



https://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=55&t=33941 In this article, I'd like to introduce you to my CarPC project. This project is built from four main parts: A custom display based on a 2 DIN Android head unit case ODROID-XU4Q ZTE Blade for 3G modem and GPS tracking when the car is shut off LG LAC5900RN  ▶

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.  ▶