When you first boot your ODROID, you will have one time setup process as an init.d script which will automatically resize your rootfs partition so expect a restart and wait for it to finish, for older images please use Gparted or any similar tool to resize the rootfs and expand it to fit your SD card size, this image will work without any issues on either SD card or an eMMC module.
ODROBIAN is a pure, clean and lightweight Debian community distribution built specifically for ODROID single board computers. The project is about getting the best experience out of Linux built upon Debian for ODROIDs, since there ain't any official images for this particular platform while it's mostly known for stability over ubuntu, the main goal is to represent a perfectly working OS with the least issues possible, hopefully.
Releases are categorized into editions:
You can find our Debian release images on the repository. The OS images are located in "/odrobian/images" so just look for your ODROID platform and choose your preferred edition, it's currently available for:
odroid:$ sudo dd if=ODROBIAN-*.img of=/dev/path/of/card bs=1M conv=fsync odroid:$ sync Example Path: /dev/sdb
For Windows Users, Hardkernel provide a flashing tool, Win32DiskImager. Refer to the official wiki, so you can download it and learn more about flashing to ODROIDs.
Here is the information for the default sudo user for both images which is pretty much the same as the official image:
Username: odroid Password: odroid
Here's also information for the root which is used preferably by the headless image as default user and can be used for the desktop image as well however, you're advised to change password immediately for security purposes especially on Vanilla
Username: root Password: odroid