Raspberry Pi

Resources:

Date Link Notes
Nov’14 dispmanx_vnc A VNC server that shares your board’s display
Jan’14 PiWall A simple videowall solution.
inferno-rpi A native port of the Inferno OS.
Sep’13 Moebius A cut-down version of Raspbian with minimal footprint
Aug’13 RasPlex A nicely packaged Plex front-end.
Jan’13 Chameleon An impressive emulator bundle.
Aug’12 Emulator binaries prebuilt MAME, MESS, etc. for the armhf distribution.
Jun’12 pi3d A simple wrapper atop the OpenGLES libraries that have been floating around
Raspberry Pi Tuning Notes on removing most of the gunk in the standard distro
Qt on Raspberry Pi Notes on installing QtonPi
May’12 rpi-update a simple firmware updater.
Using OpenGL ES 2.0 on the Raspberry Pi without X windows The first coherent summary I’ve come across.
pyopengles Uses the EGL and OpenGLES libraries to draw 3d graphics from inside Python with hardware acceleration.
Older Debian Lenny and Squeeze armel images for QEMU I’ve used these for a while now, and they’re quite useful for testing (even if compiling is dog slow).
Setting up Scratchbox2 & qemu A good guide almost unbearably spoiled by screenshots of text instead of commands you can easily copy and paste to a console. Useful, but infuriating.

Alternatives:

Date Link Notes
Jun’13 Cubieboard2 Dual-core A7, 1080p, Mali 400 with recent Android builds