As posted in Wandboard Forums, Martin Wild has made a new Debian 8 image for our beloved platform, featuring a full desktop GUI and LAMP/Owncloud setup.
The minimum microSD card rsize equired is 4GB.
How to access the system, without having a monitor?
Soon the full guide will be listed here!
ArchLinux + Xfce4 + Slim on Wandboard Quad (but no 3D…
Playing with Wandboard Quad
Installing Ubuntu 13.04 server edition on my Wandboard Quad using a Samsung 22″ HDMI.
In these recent days new Linux flavors are available for Wandboard community: ArchLinux and LinuxLink.
These are clear signs that our beloved platform attracts more interest from hobbyists and developers who are looking for a cheap but powerful ARM board…
As written in Wandboard Forums by Stéphan Rafin, a new image of XBMC was built up and made compatible for Wandboard and Freescale I.MX6 family.
You can find the XBMC image hereand then deploy it to a microSD card (8GB class 10 recommended) using the…
Today i’m starting a new blog about a super interesting project, such as Wandboard.
I’ve bought a Wandboard Quad, a quad-core ARM Cortex A9 powered board with 2GB of RAM, SATA, WiFi, Bluetooth and much more.
Since the project is young, there are not so…
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The Power of Glove, A Documentary About the Nintendo Power Glove
Project Frankenphone? I transfered a crack from the glass onto the LCD when I tried to replace the screen — I really like the Nexus S, but this one had seen some abuse. I found a new Nexus S on ebay for a little bit more than the cost of a screen/LCD assembly.
I pulled an LG (LP089WS1 8.9” WSVGA) display out of a dead Dell Mini9 — it’s not a touchscreen, but given that the phone has two cameras and audio input/output there are a few projects that come to mind.
Projects without screens could involve kites, hot air ballons, high-gain antennas… what do you all think?