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Is there any Ubuntu Mate working on Odroid C1?
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thank you +Nicolas Roelandt 
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http://odroid.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=en:c1_android_release_note_v1.5

New updates

Fix/improve HDMI rotation
Support 270 degree portrait display mode.
Portrait/Landscape display mode can be set on run-time (w/o reboot).
Support GPIO 40 on Android
Limited but very generic functions are supported with examples.
https://github.com/codewalkerster/example-wiringPi
For more detail, please refer the tutorial.
Your can update the release by fastboot if you have MicroSD or eMMC already Android installed. If you have USB-Serial kit, you can enter to Fastboot mode when you execute the command fastboot on U-boot command line. Or if you run execute reboot fastboot from Android shell command line, ...
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The oDroid is part of this IoT world so thought I would share this here too.  I have heard of people trying to build win10 for their Raspberry Pi,  so I guess it could also be built for other ARM soc devices.  Well hoping that's possible.

The HD video is just over a GB btw.
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root@build-server:~# uname -a
Linux build-server 3.4.80 #4 SMP PREEMPT Thu Feb 27 00:00:18 BRT 2014 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux
root@build-server:~# uptime
 06:48:35 up 174 days,  8:04,  7 users,  load average: 6.74, 3.77, 1.56


One ODROID-XU ... serving for 174days non-stop! 

Wonder if I can get 1 year uptime on that :)
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Here at platanus he have a 42” tv screen with some metrics about our products, our resources and some fun and usefull info. The software we are using behind it is <a href="http://dashing.io">Dashing</a>, a really cool sinatra based application to create dashboards with different widgets of information.
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Updated pre-built Linux kernel for the ODROID-C1:

ODROID-C1 3.10.75:
http://goo.gl/3stGyt

#Linux   #ODROIDC1   #kernel  
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Ardhat is HAT compatible, which means it works with Odroid-C1 too!

bit.ly/odroidC1

Pins used by Ardhat were carefully chosen not to conflict with the special purpose pins on the Odroid-C1, such as  AIN and 1.8V.
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Video Playback Tests on the ODroid C1 & Raspberry Pi 2
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This process explains how to make an Android app which can access IO ports. You need to install Google Android SDK/NDK on your host PC first to start below steps. Insert this line into your ~/.bashrc file. export NDK_PATH=/home/xxx/android-ndk-r10d. 1. Download the wiringPi library and example ...
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I just took delivery of an odroid-xu3. Plugged in a HDMI cable, a USB keyboard and the power supply expecting it to boot something. All I get is a red LED from near the power plug. The CPU fan doesn't even spin.

Is this expected behaviour or do I have a dud board? Should it boot without an SD card?
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Ok, DIP switch it was. I did look, but did I somehow miss the "getting started" guide?
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The race for the hearts and minds of IoT developers is in full swing and ARM has been positioning itself as the defacto standard for IoT devices. Based on its hardware alone that isn’t an unreasonable proposition, but to sweeten the deal ARM has been working hard on its software offering. Back in October of last year ARM announced its new operating system that will run on IoT devices, and enable them to connect to the rest of the world. Called ‘m...
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Weather board on the XU3 via hardware I2C bus.
There is a C code example!
We tested to read si702x sensor with H/W I2C. dn.odroid.com_wiki_image_xu3_si702x_2.jpg. Open /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf file and add drivername using following syntax: blacklist ioboard_bh1780 blacklist ioboard_bmp180 blacklist ioboard_keyled. Reboot sudo reboot. Compile & Run ...
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Hello, I am trying to make a case which can contain C1 as its heart and look like an all-in-one computer, spend few weekends to design the shape based on acrylic panel using SketchUp, my first use. Here are the images what it look like. Yes, it looks like Macintosh Classic and designed 1:1 ...
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Digital Signage Xibo
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I played with Xibo on ARM before. I suppose hardware video decoding is not implemented, so it can only be reasonably used to display pictures and text.
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