Moonlight Pi

Posted on 2021-02-262021-02-26

Moonlight on a Raspberry Pi Contents1 Howto: 50$ Steambox with Moonlight on a Raspberry Pi1.1 Ingredients1.2 Preparations on the PC1.3 Preparations on the Raspberry PI1.4 Connect a game controller (optional)1.5 Automatic Bootup1.6 Power on the PC automatically1.7 Power off the Raspberry Pi gracefully and the PC automatically Howto: 50$ Steambox with Moonlight on a Raspberry Pi I connected my TV in the ground floor to my computer in the second floor by a Raspberry Pi for realtime game streaming. This … Continue reading “Moonlight Pi”

i.mx6 dual display

Posted on 2021-02-262021-02-26

Dual display operation on a Freescale i.mx6 Linux device Recently I evaluated Yocto for the Freescale i.mx6 processor. I received a tremendous amount of information from the Open Source community and I want to gracefully contribute back the condensed information to the community. Prepare for dual display operation (1 HDMI, 1 LVDS) in U-Boot (interrupt the boot process by a keystroke): setenv mmcargs setenv bootargs console=\${console},\${baudrate} root=\${mmcroot} video=mxcfb0:dev=hdmi,[email protected],if=RGB24 video=mxcfb1:dev=ldb,[email protected],if=RGB666saveenv Boot and login to the system and start for example the … Continue reading “i.mx6 dual display”

Yocto i.mx6 QT

Posted on 2021-02-262021-02-26

Embedded Linux on the Freescale i.mx6 Sabre SD (Yocto, QT 5.3) Recently I evaluated Yocto for the Freescale i.mx6 processor. I received a tremendous amount of information from the Open Source community and I want to gracefully contribute back the condensed information to the community. This WiKi article shows how to build a QT 5.3 enabled Yocto Embedded Linux image containing the cinematicexperience demo for the i.mx6 processor. Verified on a clean Ubuntu 14.04 LTS installation on June 28th, 2014.Build … Continue reading “Yocto i.mx6 QT”

OO strategies for embedded systems

Posted on 2021-02-262021-02-26

A lot of embedded software projects are implemented without modern techniques of object orientation. While in PC and server software theese are inevitable and state of the art, the embedded software industry is lacking behind. There is no justification for this on systems are driven by high speed ARM cores and hundreds of megabytes of memory. Take your software to the next level by utilizing modern OO strategies as:– S.O.L.I.D.– Application Wiring– DDD– Onion Architecture– Code Generation The following presentation … Continue reading “OO strategies for embedded systems”