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How to remotely connect to your SBC with Secure Shell

How to remotely connect to your SBC with Secure Shell

Using SBCs can be a budget friendly alternative to running small server applications in your home or business, that being said, the act of setting them up can get tedious if an HDMI cable needs to be shared between several boards. Luckily enough, most, if not all, Linux distributions open port 22 for secure shell connections, also known as SSH.
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Watch: Getting Started with the WiFi Module 5A

Watch: Getting Started with the WiFi Module 5A

By Duncan Cline, ameriDroid Technician: The WiFi Module 5A is a FCC / CE certified IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WLAN module with on-board 2.4Ghz and 5.8Ghz dual-band antenna that is designed for the ODROID series of single board computers, and is Android...

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Good Read: December 2019 Issue of ODROID Magazine

Good Read: December 2019 Issue of ODROID Magazine

Regular ameriBlog readers may notice that some of these articles seem like they are repeats of articles they have already read here on the ameriBlog. That's due to a renewed collaboration between ameriDroid and ODROID Magazine where we submit articles...

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How-To: eMMC and microSD Card Writing

How-To: eMMC and microSD Card Writing

By Duncan Cline, ameriDroid technician: Curious how to write an image (OS) to your eMMC module or microSD card for use with Single Board Computers? This video shows you how! eMMC and microSD cards at ameriDroid

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How-To: Use the Rock64 DAC Shield

How-To: Use the Rock64 DAC Shield

As powerful as some of our boards may be, there is always room for improvement. The audio outputs on the boards tends to be limited to HDMI or a headphone jack making it difficult to connect many audio devices, however, digital-to-analog converters (DAC) solves this. While we host DACs for Raspberry Pi and the ODROID C2, there is also the ROCK64 Stereo Audio DAC HiFi Shield.
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