Category: Linux : Armbian, Raspbian, Ubuntu…

Linux has quickly established itself as the preferred operating system in the field of connected objects. Lightweight, adaptable, resource and energy efficient, it is used in most projects, development cards (Raspberry Pi, Orange Pi, Banana Pi …) and mini PC (next to Windows 10).
In this section you will find tutorials and practical resources for Armbian, Raspbian and Ubuntu.

If you regret having opted for the Lite version of Raspbian, here is a quick tutorial that explains how to manually install the Pixel desktop. No need to burn ...

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The Raspbian distribution supports the VNC remote desktop. It is very simple to set up and activate and does not require any technical skills to do it. The ...

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The Armbian 5.35 update is available. This is a version announced as major. It is based on the Linux 4.13 kernel. This release also adds support for the U-Boot ...

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In the previous tutorial, we saw that it is very simple to install Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi (or RPi Zero W) without the need for a keyboard and a screen. You ...

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Microsoft has taken a 180 ° turn by taking some of these professional products on Linux and now by allowing to use the Linux Bash on ...

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Armbian version 5.27 introduces a configuration tool called armbian-config. This is almost the equivalent of raspi-config on Raspbian. ...

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Here is a quick tutorial that explains how to install java 8 on Armbian. There are many tutorials on the internet but often versions are ...

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The development cards Raspberry Pi, Orange Pi (and all others based on SoC ARM) lend themselves very well to the development of Arduino projects. We will see ...

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The Orange Pi Plus 2e (also Orange Pi+ 2e) is a computer card built around the SoC Allwinner H3. The H3 is a Cortex-A7@1.6GHz quad-core ...

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In the previous tutorial, we saw how to drive (display the live image, record a snapshot and a video clip using the keyboard) on a Raspberry Pi under Raspbian. ...

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