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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I am building a product that is running on Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) and there is a kernel that is open source, but needs to be adjusted for our purposes. I'm not exactly sure what languages are required, but I would pay someone strong with linux administration and kernel development / compiling to take a look at our problem and provide an estimate with scope of work for solving it. Looking for someone in the US, preferably west-coast, and English speaking. There is a strong potential for additional work.
Skills: Embedded Linux Linux System Administration Raspberry Pi
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
We have a custom designed board that sports a Olimex A13-SOM-512 module and a compatible NAND flash soldered on board. For lack of internal resources we are looking for an experienced embedded engineer with expertise in the following fields: - Debian on embedded systems - BSP (Board Support Package) creation - Allwinner A13 (on Olimex A13-SOM-512) - Booting from NAND flash - Bash scripting or Yocto expertise Goal of the project: - creation of a Debian image able to boot from the NAND flash (not from the mini SD-card) The image must be: - be reproducible and modifiable (created with bash scripts or with yocto, buildroot, etc., according to your preferences) - be optimized for boot speed - include the drivers for all the module and mainboard peripherals A word of caution: Allwinner A13 is not very well documented and it has a very particular boot sequence. Apply for this job only if you have considerable experience and already worked with it. We will provide a reference board to work on. For application, please send: - examples of similar projects you have done, - an estimation of the time needed, - when you think you can complete, - price for this job. Feel free to ask more information, Kind regards, Patrick
Skills: Embedded Linux Debian OS Embedded Systems
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I'd like to pay someone $100 to provide a way for me to turn off the red power LED on a Raspberry Pi 3 running Raspbian 8 (jessie) running 4.4.8-v7+ kernel. Answers like "paint over the LED with fingernail polish" don't count. :)
Skills: Embedded Linux Raspberry Pi
Fixed Price Budget - Expert ($$$) - $250 to $1,000 - Posted
Android to Linux WIFI DIRECT Write Android Service to establish WIFI Direct connection to Linux. Must connect automatically and reconnect automatically upon lost connection. Write Linux code to monitor and accept connection from Android service.
Skills: Embedded Linux Android
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I am working on a project of connecting 2 Raspberry Pi's to Air Quality Sensors connection & setup. The project is a part of the Internet of Things class(IoT) and I need the 2 devices to be connected to a main station (a Laptop ) and send data about the air quality to that station. I have: * 2 Raspberry Pi 3 with OS: (Raspbian GNU Linux 8.0) * 2 MQ-3 Alcohol Gas Sensor * 2 Electric Circuit boards * Wires Thank you. Aziz
Skills: Embedded Linux Computer Engineering Computer Networking Raspberry Pi
Fixed Price Budget - Intermediate ($$) - $150 to $400 - Posted
We are looking for someone who knows how to program a raspberry pi. We have a few various functions we would like to achieve with the pi but we will start with one function and then progress from there. Our first task will be to upload and audio file, then have the audio file play back using a couple of different trigger events or methods. We can talk more about that when the time comes. Currently we are thinking Python would be the best language to use, but we are flexible. Must know the I/O of the pi well and be able to communicate to various ports.
Skills: Embedded Linux Python Raspberry Pi
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
My Mifi-Storage-3G/4G Wi-Fi Router not booting now, showing Red LED contionus because of some one upgrade the wrong firemware file to it. How can I repair this. I do have same model same router working one. Please some one help me to do the flash ( I can remove the casing and do whatever you tell me) the router and install new matching firmware and fix the issue. I am an Engineer with hands on experience in working with electronic devices (but not with embedded Linux devises) I know how to safely remove the covers and get the PCB ,, so from there onwards how we can fix this, stay in skype video call or any other way to guide me. Working device and not working device photos are attached herewith. Someone new to upwork.com need more good feedback and comment, Yes good opportunity for him. Thanks,
Skills: Embedded Linux
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
We are performing VPU accelerated video decoding and encoding using the Rockchip RK-3288 VPU drivers for linux written by Mac_L1 Link: https://github.com/mac-l1/machybris_examples We need to perform these transfers using device memory (GPU memory) instead of system memory (CPU memory) to gain higher frame rate performance. Android seem to contain code for performing these such as: A queue of VPU/GPU device memory buffers seems to be used at "https://github.com/mac-l1/machybris_examples/blob/master/snippets/firefly_android_4.4.2/RkOn2Decoder.cpp#L372". Also in Android you can look at "https://bitbucket.org/T-Firefly/firefly-rk3288/src/a3fb27a361885fd2f987a770a8555dd2a651bba1/frameworks/native/libs/gui/?at=master". For Linux there are several options for GPU-accelerated display, such as the Mali X11 driver discussed at "http://bbs.t-firefly.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=741&extra=page%3D1", or using Android's SurfaceFlinger code in Linux such as based on mac-l1's work. We need a solution for Linux (not Android) on our Firefly-RK3288 dev board. We need you to write C/C++ code for a pipeline that can decode H.264, render it to screen, and encode back to H.264 video frames in system memory, all running at 25-30 frames per second. It needs to be rendered into a window not full screen. A block diagram is attached showing what is needed.
Skills: Embedded Linux