Begins in September and with it new goals, new hopes and fresh news about the browser epiphany we could already installed via PiKISS...
I have to comment that this week I got the Banana Pi in my hands, but it seems that it have a problem and the HDMI show something wrong. I hope to resolve it soon in the forum or from the technical service.
Moreover, Lemaker guys have told me if I would be interested in writing a book about the Banana Pi, but I'll be somewhat busy. I would not mind if any of you could help me to write the book and distribute income generating. If you think you can do it, I accept candidates. Please send me an e-mail.
Let's go to the news:
Guide to build Yocto Project on Raspberry Pi: Yocto is an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools and methods to help you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products regardless of the hardware architecture. | ric96.blogspot.in > Yocto For Raspberry-Pi Build Guide
Epiphany, a browser we all expected: Never too late, and something that fails the Pi is in a decent web browser. This comes close and at least allows you to view videos (but don't try full screen) | raspberrypi.org
rpi-emulator-buildroot updated: One of the projects that excite me today is this OS where we have a SNES and GBA emulator in a blink (starts in 10 seconds). It is updated to version 0.3 and now have SSH, improved SNES emulator that adds support for games, update libraries and kernel fixes | GitHub > rpi-emulator-buildroot