ODROID-X2 with Arch Linux ARM

Odroid-X2 is a powerful Linux computer with an Exynos 4412 ARM Cortex-A9 Quad Core CPU and 2GB of RAM. It has 6 USB 2.0 ports, micro HDMI, Wifi and Bluetooth adapters, 1.8v serial adapter and an eMMC storage module.

To run the Odroid in headless mode in case you do not have a HDMI display follow this procedure:

For Windows Users:
1.) Buy a 8GB or larger SD card(preferably class 10).
2.) Download the ODROID-X2 SD image
3.) Download Image Writer for Windows and write the Odroid X2 image file into the SD card
4.) Insert the SD card into the odroid and power up the board. Connect it to your local router.
5.) Download Zenmap and scan your local host address (generally its 192.168.0.*) to find out the IP assigned to the odroid.
6.) Download Putty and connect to the odroid via SSH.

That’s all !

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