ODROID Magazine 4U Bayou: Using Your ODROID-GO for Scientific Research March 1, 2019 With just a couple of simple modifications to your beloved ODROID-GO, you can become an environment-saving superhero ODROID Crossgrading: From armhf to arm64 March 1, 2019 I wanted to migrate my XU4 NAS to an ODROID-N2. SBC Model Framework March 1, 2019 For those designing with an SBC or micro-controllers, having a model can be important. ODROID-N2: Run Ubuntu 18.04 and Android Pie with Hardkernel’s Newest Lightning Fast Single Board Computer March 1, 2019 The ODROID-N2 is a new generation single board computer (SBC) that is more powerful, more stable, and faster performing than the ODROID-N1. How to Create a Backup Server: Using Clonezilla and PXE – Part 1 March 8, 2019 This is a two-part article that was adapted from the ODROID forum. This first half gives an introduction to the benefits of using Clonezilla, an overview of what will be covered, and the steps used to setup a DHCP server. Installing the Google Play Store on the ODROID-N2 March 1, 2019 This article details the steps necessary to install the Google Play Store on ODROID-N2 using Android Pie. Linux Gaming: PC-Engine / TurboGrafx – Part 3 March 1, 2019 I knew the system had some really good games, but I was really surprised how many games I enjoyed playing. The G Spot: Your Go-To Destination for all Things Android Gaming: Aargh, Plunder, Me Hearties March 1, 2019 Plunder Kings is an incredibly powerful, gorgeous top-view scroller that features ships, baddies, and weapons galore Introducing NEMS Linux – Part 5 March 1, 2019 In the January issue of ODROID Magazine, I introduced you to some of the new features of NEMS Linux 1.5 and how to upgrade from 1.4.1 to 1.5 using the NEMS Migrator tool. NEMS Linux 1.5 has since been gaining momentum on the XU4 platform. This little single board computer ▶ BASH Basics: Introduction to BASH – Part 8 March 1, 2019 Productivity is key. One of the reasons people work on the command line with BASH, despite all the fancy graphic options even for SBCs like our ODROIDs, is that you can get your task done faster, and with options for automation. Meet An ODROIDian: Joshua Yang March 1, 2019 Hello, my name is Joshua Yang, and my Korean name is Yang Deokgyu. I live in South Korea and I work for Hardkernel.