1.What should I do if the flashing fails?You can restore it through re-programming the SD card.
2.What operating system does it support?It supports Ubuntu 20.04, Android 11 and Yocto-L5.10.72_2.2.0.
3.Does it support Windows 10?No, it doesn’t.
4.How to update DEBIX?Use Etcher tool to flash the latest OS to your Micro SD card, and boot it.
5.Can PC or Mac software be run on DEBIX?No, DEBIX only supports ARM64 linux software.
6.Does it support running Android system?Yes, it supports Android 11.
7.Will it run old software?In general, you need to see if it supports programming for Armv6, Armv7, or Armv8 architectures on Linux. In most cases, the answer is yes. There is nothing more direct than using DEBIX and testing it to find out the answer!
8.How to share documents from DEBIX with windows computers?You can share files with windows computers via samba or ftp.
9.How to run the program at startup?Create the program you want to run, for example: /home/debix/test.sh
Add the following content to /home/debix/test.sh:
echo "hello world."
Run command sudo chmod +x /home/debix/test.sh
Create a .service file, for example my-service.service with contents :
Change ExecStart line to the corresponding context.
Run command sudo cp my-service.service /etc/systemd/system/
Run command sudo systemctl daemon-reload
Run command sudo systemctl enable my-service
As for preventing other user reading the script:
Run command sudo chown root:root /home/debix/test.sh
Run command sudo chmod 700 /home/debix/test.sh
10.How to run the program at a specific time?Linux has a daemon called crond, whose main function is to periodically check the contents of a set of command files in the /var/spool/cron directory and execute the commands in these files at a set time. Users can create, modify, and delete these command files through the crontab command.
For example, create a file crondFile with the content "00 9 23 Jan * HappyBirthday". After running the "crontab cronFile" command, the system will automatically execute the "Happy Birthday" program at 9:00 am on January 23 ("*" means no matter what day is the day of the week).