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This cutting-edge online publication brings you the latest ODROID news.
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ODROID Magazine for September 2018 is now available!

http://magazine.odroid.com/201809

This month, Justin Lee and Charles Park turn a regular monitor into a large touch-screen Android device. Tobias takes us for a look at some classic retro gaming on Commodores. We also have the next two parts of our Coding Camp series for the ODROID-GO, where we learn to control LEDs and read button presses. Next we speed things up on our ODROIDs with two high performance computing articles, and then keep them secure with a Kali Linux guide for the ODROID-XU4. These and many more articles can be found in this month’s issue of ODROID Magazine!
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ODROID Magazine for August 2018 is now available!

http://magazine.odroid.com/201808

For August, we have a look at using KeePass on our ODROIDs and we'll also see how to setup our own private and secure ODROID KeePass server. If you're celebrating Hardkernel's 10-year anniversary with an ODROID-GO, then the two Coding Camp articles are perfect to get you coding on the ODROID-GO in no time! Additionally, we have the next part of our Linux gaming series, where Tobias shows off some amazing Saturn games to play on the ODROID-XU4. To keep the gaming going, @qkpham tells us how to setup a Minecraft Server, and Sebastien introduces the FNA game platform. Marian uses GStreamer on his ODROID-XU4 to do object detection, which is an article you don't want to miss!
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ODROID Magazine for June 2018 is now available!

https://magazine.odroid.com/201806

If you are a fan of retro gaming, this month’s magazine is perfect for you! If not, there are still tons of great articles that you’ll be sure to love. We have a two part series on Nintendo 64 emulation as well an in-depth review of many great Saturn games brought to us by Tobias. Along with those articles we have a spotlight on ODROID GameStation Turbo OS, an all-in-one emulation and retro gaming-centric OS. These articles are just in time for the release of the OGST Gaming console kit, which is also highlighted in this magazine too! With all this gaming we’re sure have friends join in on the fun, which is perfect as we also showcase the new ODROID GameSir G3w USB controller. If we want to take break from all this gaming, we have some fantastic tutorials and builds featured this month. @tung256 shows us how to make a cheap 4k digital photo frame, Steve Jackson shows off his carputer, Roberto Rosario goes green with his solar powered microserver, and @stadicus describes how to set up a XU4 as a Bitcoin lightning node.
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ODROID Magazine for July 2018 is now available!

http://magazine.odroid.com/201807

This month we celebrate Hardkernel’s 10-year anniversary with the release of the ODROID-GO, which is an amazing mobile development platform as well as retro-gaming system! We have a look at getting more acceleration from our XU4 with GPU accelerated Qt5 and OpenCL. We also look at getting a Tor relay, Recalbox, and Player Unknown’s Battleground (PUBG) running on our XU4 as well. Luckily we have a 2 part guide this month on liquid cooling to keep all these awesome projects running smoothly at peak performance. DongHyun Yoo shows us how to do object tracking with the XU4, and Erik Koennecke shows us some helpful insight into using BASH. Additionally, we have an informative look at Linux Gaming with an article from Tobias, and a great DIY Smart Light Project using Home Assistant from Adrian Popa. Be sure you have a look at this!
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ODROID Magazine for May 2018 is now available!

https://magazine.odroid.com/issue/201805/

This month’s issue is packed with great articles! We have several terrific articles to help with hard drive management and data backup, which will be perfect when building your new NAS. Once we get our hard drives sorted out, Neal Kim's UPS tutorial will ensure that our ODROID-HC2 keeps going even with a power outage. Gary Morgan shows off his custom-made media center ODROID-C2 case complete with its own LED lighting. We get to take our ODROIDs out on the road with Chris Kim using his tutorial on installing the hardware and software for Android Auto. Additionally, we return to the wild west with @hominoid for more on crypto-currency mining with the XU4. Hardkernel shows off a new USB3.0 eMMC Module reader/writer to help speed up flashing eMMC Modules. Finally, we meet a fellow ODROIDian, Matthew Kinderwater. Have a look - there are plenty of additional articles included!

- Backup Scripts: Keep your data safe for your peace of mind
- Android Auto: Take Your ODROID On The Road
- ODROID-C2 Kodi Media Center: Build Your Own Entertainment System With A Custom LED-enabled Case
- Home NAS and Media Player: Building The Perfect Entertainment System
- Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM2)
- USB 3.0 eMMC Reader
- Affordable UPS Solution: Ensure That Your ODROID-HC2 Has 100% Uptime
- Fan Control: Tailor the ODROID-XU4 To Your Perfect Settings
- Minecraft Client on ODROID
- ODROID-XU4 Cluster
- BASH Basics: Introduction to BASH
- Android Oreo: Get The Latest Version of Android For Your ODROID-XU4
- Prospectors, Miners and 49er's - Part 3: Operation and Maintenance of Crypto-Currency Mining Systems
- The Yocto Project: Up and running on the ODROID-C2
- Meet An ODROIDian: Matthew Kinderwater (WebClaw)
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ODROID Magazine for April 2018 is now available!

https://magazine.odroid.com/201804

This month’s issue of ODROID magazine is no April fool’s day joke, and it’s full of fantastic articles! We have an updated guide to using the ODROID-C2’s USB on-the-go functionality with Linux kernel version 4.15 HID gadget devices, Dylan shows us how to connect security cameras up to our HC2 with a slick looking web interface, and Stephen demonstrates his amazing portable sound studio based on the ODROID-XU4. Tobias continues his series on Saturn gaming console emulation, which comes just in time for a build of a Arcade Box created by Brian Kim, Charles Park, and John Lee. We also have a look at Nextcloud Server running on the ODROID-HC2, which pairs well with an article on encrypting our NAS data on the ODROID-HC2.
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ODROID Magazine for March 2018 is now available!

https://magazine.odroid.com/201803

A new ODROID is on the way! This month, we preview benchmarks for the upcoming ODROID-N1 vs the trusty ODROID-XU4. Adrian also helps us automate complex parts of our lives with home automation, Ernst give us a fascinating look into discovering prime numbers with the ODROID-C2, we play some classic Saturn games with Tobias on part 2 of his gaming series, the ODROID-C2 is set up as a Chromium-based web kiosk, and @hominoid offers a guide for compiling clinfo for the ODROID-XU4, which will come in handy as we learn how to do dual GPU mining.

For more accurate time, we set up an ODROID-C2 and a GPS with PPS to create a NTP server, then we take a beginner's look at getting started with Android on the ODROID-C2. @williamg42 shows off control computer using his ODROID-XU4, and our Meet An ODROIDian this month features Hardkernel engineer Go Sang “Luke” Chul.

- Home Automation with Home Assistant
- ODROID-N1 vs ODROID-XU4: A Real-World Benchmark Comparison
- Prime Number Discovery: Use An ODROID-C2 To Make Mathematical History
- Linux Gaming: Saturn Games - Part 2
- Web Kiosk: How To Build A Chromium-Based Touchscreen Experience
- clInfo: Compiling The Essential OpenCL GPU Tuning Utility For The ODROID-XU4
- Prospectors, Miners, and 49er's: Dual GPU-CPU Mining on the ODROID-XU4/MC1/HC1/HC2
- Creating an NTP Server Using GPS/PPS
- Getting Started with Android on the ODROID-C2: A Beginner’s Guide
- How to Enable Hardware Decoding for the ODROID-C2
- ODROID-XU4 Control Computer: Creating an All-In-One Control System
- Meet An ODROIDian: Go Sang “Luke” Chul (Luke.go)
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ODROID Magazine for February 2018 is now available!

https://magazine.odroid.com/201802

Welcome to our 50th issue! This month, Hardkernel released a new product, the ODROID-HC2, which is an updated version of the ODROID-HC1 that now supports 3.5" hard drives. It is a stackable mini-PC that can be used as a cloud server, NAS, or home server, and is ideal for environments where space is a consideration. We also feature two tinkering projects: PiFace, which is a control and display attachment that can be easily adapted to work with the ODROID-C2, and a CAN Bus implementation for the ODROID-C1+ and ODROID-XU4.

On the software side, Justin shows us how to use SquashFS to create a read-only file system, and ArduPilot.org demonstrates creating a WiFi access point to share files via Samba. For Android gaming enthusiasts, we present a guide to creating the ultimate gaming console to play your favorite PSX, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, and many other emulated games, as well as reviews of Data Wing, Space Frontier, and Retro Shooting – Pixel Space Shooters. Finally, Tobias continues his excellent Linux Gaming series with a focus on the Sega Saturn console, with recommendations on games that show off the graphical and processing capabilities of the ODROID-XU3/XU4.

- ODROID WiFi Access Point: Share Files Via Samba
- ODROID-HC2: 3.5” High powered storage
- Using SquashFS As A Read-Only Root File System
- PiFace: Control and Display 2
- Android Gaming: Data Wing, Space Frontier, and Retro Shooting - Pixel Space Shooter
- Linux Gaming: Saturn Games - Part 1
- Gaming Console: Running Your Favorite Games On An ODROID-C2 Using Android
- Controller Area Network (CAN) Bus: Implementation for ODROID-C1+ and ODROID-XU4
- Meet An ODROIDian: Cristian Sandu (crazyquark)
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ODROID Magazine for January 2018 is now available!

https://magazine.odroid.com/201801

We are celebrating our fifth year of ODROID Magazine this month, and are very happy to continue providing tutorials, projects, and gaming reviews for the ODROID community. This month, we feature an article on how to create a custom dashboard for Home Assistant using Python. Hardkernel also announced a new version of their eMMC module (orange) which uses the Samsung 5.1 chipset. Mike shows us how to build Docker Swarm images for ARM, Bruno introduces to several new Android games including Monument Valley, and Tobias discusses one of his favorite Linux games: Mech Warrior 2. For those who enjoy creating Amblight displays, there is a step-by-step guide for creating one using an ODROID-C2, to go along with LibreElec running Android TV.

- Home Assistant: Designing A Fancy Dashboard
- Orange eMMC Module: The Samsung 5.1 Chipset Arrives
- Rebuilding x86/amd64 Docker Images For An ARM Swarm
- Android Gaming: Monument Valley, Hopscotch, Aqueducts
- Android TV: ODROID-C2 with Amazon Prime Video and Netflix
- Ambilight on the ODROID-C2 Using LibreElec: Adapting the Ambilight for the ODROID-C2
- Having Fun with GPIO on Android
- UART Daisy Chain: Expert Debugging With The ODROID-C2
- Linux Gaming: Mech Warrior 2
- Meet An ODROIDAN: Dongjin Kim
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ODROID Magazine for December 2017 is now available!

https://magazine.odroid.com/201712

- Using your ODROID-XU4 as a Bluetooth A2DP Speaker or HFP Handsfree Unit With Your iPhone
- Custom Status Display For The ODROID CloudShell and CloudShell 2
- Stereo Boom Bonnet: A Great Way To Enjoy Music On Your ODROID
- Boom Box: Sound Engineering a Better Speaker
- Home Assistant: Using Infrared, Motors, and Relays
- Android Gaming: Stranger Things, Pocket Morty, and Streets of Rage
- Running YOLO On ODROID: YOLODROID
- Linux Gaming: Need for Speed II Second Edition
- Exploring Software-Defined Storage with GlusterFS on the ODROID-HC1: Part 2 – Client Performance
- Meet An ODROIDian: Andrea Cole, Assistant Editor of ODROID Magazine
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