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Custom kernel compilation for Odroid U2/U3 on a host running Fedora Linux

The default precompiled kernel available for Odroid U2/U3, which comes from Hardkernel's 3.8.y tree, might not include some of the important, to us, features. Of course Hardkernel's sources are Open Sourced, which means you are free to go with its customization.

Booting custom kernel in DigitalOcean's VM instance (a.k.a. droplet)

One of the most popular infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud hosting providers - the DigitalOcean - offers attractive prices for their services. For example, the smallest cloud server instance with 1 Core and 512 MB RAM costs only 5 USD per month. The price is nice you say, so where are the drawbacks?