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Using Arduino IDE for the ESP32 in a LXD container

The ESP32 is a dual-core microcontroller that has both WiFi and Bluetooth. The ESP32 is the next generation of the older single-core microcontroller ESP8266 that only had WiFi. You can perform most tasks that you did with the various Arduinos but with the ESP32 (or ESP8266) and you also have WiFi embedded into the microcontroller. …

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How to easily run graphics-accelerated GUI apps in LXD containers on your Ubuntu desktop

UPDATE June 2020: See newer post at https://blog.simos.info/running-x11-software-in-lxd-containers/ for simplified instructions. They require a recent LXD (version 4.0 or newer), and snap packages work. Note: This post is about LXD containers. These are system containers, which means they are similar to Docker but behave somewhat like virtual machines. When you start a LXD (lex-dee) container, …

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