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ODROID Magazine for June 2017 is now available!

https://magazine.odroid.com/201706

When ODROIDians give feedback, Hardkernel listens! The best example of this is the new ODROID-XU4Q (Q for Quiet), which is in response to many requests for a silently operating ODROID. Like the X2, U2, U3, and C2, the new XU4Q comes pre-installed with a heatsink instead of a fan, which does a great job of cooling the device without any fan noise. For high-performance applications, the original XU4 is still the best choice, but if you’re just watching videos, browsing the Internet, or creating documents, the quiet version offers the same responsiveness and speed that you’ve come to expect from the XU series.

The new XU4Q also comes with an updated case, but that hasn’t stopped ODROID fans from building their own optimized cases that are both beautiful and functional. Edward follows up his original case article with more improvements to an artful enclosure that you can 3D print at home, Tobias brings us a detailed review of ExaGear 2.0 along with a surprise game, Marian introduces the Wayland compositor, Adrian describes using NetConsole for system logging, and Jörg continues his series on building a home alarm system with ultra-low power motion sensors.

- Gnome 3: Wayland on the ODROID-XU4
- Getting Kernel Boot And Panic Messages With NetConsole: Monitor Your System Even Without A Serial Console
- ODROID-XU4Q (Q For Quiet): A Completely Silent Version Of The Powerful ODROID-XU4 Octa-Core Computer
- XU4 Case - Part 2: A Futuristic Design For Your 3D Printer - Passive Vs Active
- GNUPlot: Create Multi-File Charts
- Linux Gaming: ExaGear Desktop 2.0
- Alarm Central - Part 2: Ultra-Low Power Motion Sensors
- Crossy Space: A Journey Where No Crossy Game Has Gone Before
- Meet An ODROIDian: Davidson Braga De Souza (@Snk)
June 2017
June 2017
magazine.odroid.com
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ODROID Magazine for February 2017 is now available!

http://magazine.odroid.com/201702

We recently built an ODROID-VU8 kit (USD$90 http://bit.ly/2k8bML5), and now have a great 64-bit Ubuntu 16.04 touchscreen tablet with Gigabit Ethernet. The 1024 x 768 resolution is perfect for both Android and Linux, and the case allows an ODROID-C0, C1, C1+ or C2 to be mounted inside while giving access to two USB ports. It can be used as a gaming tablet, entertainment system, portable programming workstation, network diagnostic kit, and much more. Hardkernel has also released an updated version of the popular SmartPower bench power supply (USD$40 http://bit.ly/2j3hhcv), which includes a built-in web server.

To make using your ODROID-VU8 easier to use, we show two methods of setting up a dual or triple boot system. Adrian details setting up an ODROID-XU4 as a Network Attached Storage (NAS), @korinel presents a guide to using HomeBridge to integrate the technologies in your home, and @Brian.K discusses using BuildRoot for building Linux to generate a disk image. We also reveal a simple tweak to reduce the power consumption of the ODROID-C2 even more, and Tobias compares the speed of the PPSSPP emulator on several ODROID models.

- Dual and Triple Boot For ODROID-C2: Easily Switch Between Operating Systems On A Single ODROID
- Setting Up Your XU4 As A General-Purpose Network Attached Storage (NAS) Device: Your Home Swiss Army Knife Server
- The Amazing ODROID-VU8: A Portable All-In-One ODROID Touchscreen Tablet With 1024 x 768 Resolution
- Buildroot: Now Available For ODROID-C0/C1/C1+
- Sky Force Reloaded: What Do We Love On A Shoot ‘Em Up? Bullet Hell!
- HomeBridge Home Automation: Easily Integrate Your Home’s Technologies
- Tap ’N’ Slash: Uncomplicated Slashing With Fast Reflexes
- Linux Gaming: PPSSPP Speed Comparison
- SmartPower2: Your Energy-Saving Best Friend
- ODROID-C2 Power Consumption: A Simple Tweak That Will Work Wonders
- Meet An ODROIDian: Richard Bown (@richard-g8jvm)
February 2017
February 2017
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Measure the beating of your heart. This Electronza blog provides some Arduino® IDE code examples to explore using MikroElektronika’s ECG click with an Arduino Uno and Arduino Uno click shield: http://mchp.us/2j8BHz4
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RailPi 2.0 DIN Rail Enclosure & Industrial Expansion Board is Designed for Raspberry Pi 3 & ODROID-C2 Boards
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