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RK3288 motherboard from Haitianxong Electronic
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I had seen several A13 tablets that seems to have a single ram ic rather than 2 chips connected to each group of ddr pins. Does someone know how is it being done?

How can I install libdvdcss for the official image on my Lime?

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After roughly 2 years of slowly thinking it over in the back of my mind, I am finally ready to spend my weekends building my initial prototype of a cheap open-source wearable device that performs computer vision for blind people.

Battery life is extremely important in wearable technology, so I will use the dual-core AllWinner A20 processor, since it uses Cortex-A7 that is the most energy efficient ARM CPU available. AllWinner A20 is in many tablets but not many small embedded Linux devices:

* The AWSoM "A20-CB" & MarsBoard "CM-A20" compute modules are very small but their lack of micro-SD socket and major lack of community means it would be harder for me to develop with.

* I'd probably be willing to accept the large size of dev boards like "A20-OLinuXino-LIME" & "Banana Pi" that have active communities but the boards are heavier due to many connectors.

* "CubieBoard2" has a great community but the board is too big & heavy.

* The "A20-SOM-4GB" is large for a "compute module" but there seems to be decent support for Olimex products both from Olimex and the community, and it has both onboard SD slot + NAND Flash, as well as a cheap "A20-SOM-EVB" carrier board to make development easier. So I have decided to use the Olimex "A20-SOM-4GB" :-)


#AllWinnerA20 #Olimex #OLinuXino #EmbeddedSystems #EmbeddedVision #OpenCV #BananaPi #ComputeModule #WearableTech +Tsvetan Usunov 

I try to run advmame and Street Fighter 2 and the result is terrible.

Is there a way to optimize mame for the A20?

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#IoT #OSHW OLinuXino Linux Computer with build-in WIFI and 5 Ethernet 10/100 ports for EUR 15 is coming in September https://olimex.wordpress.com/2014/07/23/rt5350f-olinuxino-design-is-almost-complete/

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How to create bare minimum Debian rootfs from scratch for minimalistic Linux image tutorial https://olimex.wordpress.com/2014/07/21/how-to-create-bare-minimum-debian-wheezy-rootfs-from-scratch/

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