Framebuffer clock for Linux on the Parrot DF3120 digital photo frame
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Simple framebuffer clock application for Linux on the Parrot DF3120 digital photo frame.

First you'll need to get Linux installed on the DF3120. There are instructions at For the filesystem image, I used the version downloadable from, which has a working chmod command.

Next step is to get a working toolchain for cross-compiling. You can do this by following the minifs build instructions here:

To get files onto the DF3120, you can connect it to your machine using a USB cable and use wget or tftp. Alternatively, you could stick the SD card into a card reader and drop files directly onto it that way.