I mentioned in an earlier post that I’d write a little bit more about my decision to run Debian through VirtualBox on a Windows machine.
So, here we are.
This post is more of a ramble than anything else. There’s no real substance here (and feel free to agree or disagree with that), I’m just jotting down some thoughts and providing a little background for other posts I plan to make.
Continue reading VirtualBox vs. Dedicated Linux System →
Cross compiling is something I’ve never really had a need to do before. All of my past Linux machines have been your standard 32Bit or 64Bit x86 based PCs, and have been fast enough that I’ve been able to compile on the machine it’ll be running on.
But, if a 15 hour XBMC compile taught me anything (other than the fact that XBMC doesn’t work fantastically on the CubieBoard), it’s that I need to setup a decent Linux box, and learn to cross compile for ARM based hardware.
I’ve also always wanted to create my own Linux setup from scratch for a long time. The CubieBoard gives me the opportunity to do this, but it will require some cross compiling to get things started.
Continue reading Taking a Stab at Cross Compiling →
I’ll get around to the “why” of this in another post, but I’ve decided to setup VirtualBox on one of my Windows machines.
With using Raspbian and Cubian, I figured I should probably keep things consistent and go with Debian.
Continue reading Time For VirtualBox →