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the Devterm hasn't released yet, so we'll get back to you on this.
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You can find the [https://github.com/clockworkpi/DevTerm/blob/main/Clockwork_DevTerm_Assembly_Guidelines.pdf Assembly Guide on github].
  
 
===Hardware===
 
===Hardware===

Revision as of 16:44, 24 September 2021

Welcome to the ClockworkPi community wiki!

Gameshell

What is GameShell?

GameShell is an open source portable game console made by ClockworkPi after a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2018.

GameShell

Getting started

  • Assembly - Follow the assembly manual came with GameShell to assemble the parts.
  • Up and Running - You've assembled your GameShell and powered it on, now what?
  • SSH - Connect GameShell with you computer for transferring files and configurations.
  • Emulators - How to configure your emulators and how to add ROMs.
  • Pico-8 - How to install Pico-8, a cute fantasy console on your GameShell.
  • Troubleshooting - Launcher not loading? Cannot connect to WiFi? Check here for solutions to common problems.
  • Glossary - Learn the jargons!
  • Linux resources - New to Linux? Don't panic!

Hardware

  • GameShell hardware info - Information about GameShell's mainboard, screen, battery, keypad, speaker and Lightkey module
  • GPIO - Interact with the real world with General Purpose Input/Output lines!
  • 3D Models - 3D models of GameShell parts for 3D printing, including community designed custom parts.
  • Bluetooth - Connect other devices using bluetooth

Software

DevTerm

What is DevTerm?

Devterm is an open source portable terminal for every Dev!

DevTerm

Getting started

You can find the Assembly Guide on github.

Hardware

  • Devterm hardware info - Information about DevTerm's mainboard, screen, battery, keyboard, and speaker modules
  • GPIO - Interact with the real world with General Purpose Input/Output lines!
  • 3D Models - 3D models of DevTerm parts for 3D printing, including community designed custom parts.
  • Bluetooth - Connect other devices using bluetooth
  • EXT. - Connect devices via the (non-standard) mPCI-E slot
  • CORE - Info about the CORE modules
  • Thermal Printer - Print out your .TXT's on the built-in printer!

Software

Community