ODROID Magazine Home Automation with Home Assistant March 1, 2018 Home Assistant is an open-source home automation platform built on Python 3 that supports over 650 components ODROID-N1 vs ODROID-XU4: A Real-World Benchmark Comparison March 1, 2018 In keeping with their timely innovations, Hardkernel has just announced their latest SBC offering, the ODROID-N1, based on the Rockchip RK3399 SOC, here is our comparison with the ODROID-XU4 Prime Number Discovery: Use an ODROID-C2 to make mathematical history March 1, 2018 “The problem of distinguishing prime numbers from composite numbers and of resolving the latter into their prime factors is known to be one of the mostf important and useful in arithmetic.” − Carl Friedrich Gauss In this article, I will give some background into some of the algorithmic aspects of ▶ Linux Gaming: Saturn Games – Part 2 March 1, 2018 Once again, we return to the topic of the ODROID-XU3/XU4 and Sega Saturn games Web Kiosk: How To Build A Chromium-Based Touchscreen Experience March 1, 2018 I was looking for a platform that would allow me to bring together various remote-control functionalities under a single device/interface clInfo: Compiling The Essential OpenCL GPU Tuning Utility For The ODROID-XU4 March 1, 2018 I’ve been digging into why clinfo does not work on the ODROID-XU4 so I took some time to figure out why. Prospectors, Miners, and 49er’s: Dual GPU-CPU Mining on the ODROID-XU4/MC1/HC1/HC2 March 1, 2018 There are many people using the XU4/MC1/HC1/HC2 for CPU crypto-mining Creating an NTP Server Using GPS/PPS March 1, 2018 You can build your own Network Time Protocol (NTP) server using GPS and PPS on your ODROID. This system gives you very accurate time which can be very useful for specific use cases. As a result, our local server can have a very accurate time with less than 10 microseconds ▶ Getting Started with Android on the ODROID-C2: A Beginner’s Guide March 1, 2018 There are two options for installing Android on an ODROID-C2. Hardkernel offers a pre-installed eMMC or microSD card, which would only require installing Google Play. Alternatively, the Android OS may be downloaded from the Hardkernel website and installed manually onto the eMMC or microSD card. How to Enable Hardware Decoding for the ODROID-C2 March 1, 2018 A git repository that has fixes intended to help user enable Hardware Decoding for the ODROID-C2. To everyone that is dealing with this issue please clone this repository and do the following steps. ODROID-XU4 Control Computer: Creating an All-In-One Control System March 1, 2018 There was no embedded Linux system that had the computing power to run large particle filters for a reasonable cost, and also had the required sensors (GPS, IMU) of a reasonable quality built-in, so williamg42 decided to make one. Meet An ODROIDian: Go Sang “Luke” Chul (Luke.go) March 1, 2018 Meet “Luke”, Hardkernl software engineer and maintainer of the Android version for all ODROID devices except for LineageOS for the ODROID-XU4. He mainly updates the revisions, adds features, and fixes bugs in the official Hardkernel Android build.