Motherboard frame diagram

Interface definition

Contact pin definition

1 NC 1 RS485_B1 6 NC 1 RS485_B2 6 NC 1 USB_VCC5 1/2 GND/GND
3 RX 3 UART_TX1_232 8 UART_CTS1_232 3 UART_TX2_232 8 UART_CTS2_232 3 HUB_USB_D3P 4 BL_EN_OUT
4 GND 4 NC 9 NC 4 NC 9 NC 4 GND 5 LVDS_BK_IN
GPIO1 GPIO2 LVDS输出接口 eDP输出接口
1 GPIO0 5 GPIO2 1 GPIO4 5 GPIO6 1 VDD 16 CLK_A+ 1 VDD 11 NC
2 VCC5_IO 6 GPIO9 2 VCC5_IO 6 GPIO11 2 VDD 17 Data_A3- 2 VDD 12 NC
3 GPIO1 7 GPIO3 3 GPIO5 7 GPIO7 3 VDD 18 Data_A3+ 3 GND 13 GND
4 GPIO8 8 GND 4 GPIO10 8 GND 4 GND 19 Data_B0- 4 GND 14 GND
5 GND 20 Data_B0+ 5 TX0N 15 AXUN
6 GND 21 Data_B1- 6 TX0P 16 AXUP
7 Data_A0- 22 Data_B1+ 7 TX1N 17 GND
8 Data_A0+ 23 Data_B2- 8 TX1P 18 GND
9 Data_A1- 24 Data_B2+ 9 NC 19 3.3V
10 Data_A1+ 25 GND 10 NC 20 HPD
11 Data_A2- 26 GND
12 Data_A2+ 27 CLK_B-
13 GND 28 CLK_B+
14 GND 29 Data_B3-
15 CLK_A- 30 Data_B3+


1 3 RS232 1 3 RS232 1 3 EDP 1 2 3.3V
2 4 2 4 2 4 3 4 5V
3 5 RS485 3 5 RS485 3 5 LVDS 5 6 12V
4 6 4 6 4 6

Hardware Characteristics

Hardeware resource specification
SOC Rockchip RK3399 (28 nm HKMG processing)
CPU ARM® six-core 64-bit processor with a dominant frequency of up to 1.8GHz
Based on big.LITTLE size nuclear architecture, Dual Core Cortex-A72(Large Core) + Quad-core Cortex-A53(Small core)
GPU ARM® Mali-T860 MP4 Quad-core GPU
support OpenGL ES1.1/2.0/3.0/3.1, OpenVG1.1, OpenCL, DX11
support AFBC(Frame buffer compression)
CODEC(coder and decoder)
memory 4GB LPDDR4(2GB/4GB optional)
storage 16G/32G/64G optional
Ethernet 2*1000Mpbs ( optional )
WIFI 2.4GHz single frequency WiFi / 2.4G/5G dual-band
video output support eDP. LVDS1080P. HDMI2.0
video input
audio 2*SPK ( 6W 8Ω )
USB 3*USB2.0 1*USB3.0
power supply DC IN 12~24V
Hardware electrical characteristics
High and low temperature environment -20℃~60℃
static electricity Meet ESD level 3 ,Contact discharge 6KV,Air discharge 8KV
Other Meet EFT GB/T 17626.4-2008 level 3

Get started quickly

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Linux System download
Android System download
OTG Driver Download
Buening tool download

System burning

1、Download the buring tool:

  • Be sure to install the driver first. The burning tool link contains driver DriverAssitant ziitant package, extract it and click DriverInstall.exe to install the driver.

2、Start Burn:

  • Connect one end of the data cable to the OTG of the motherboard and the other end to the computer. Note that before burning, the power should be turned off. Press and hold the boot_key button to burn when the power is turned on.

  • Open the development tool in the compressed package, click Upgrade firmware first, then click firmware and select good firmware, and finally click upgrade to start burning.

  • The state of the burning process, there will be a progress display.

  • When changing the system platform (such as switching from Android to Linux), it may fail to burn. At this time, open the development tool, click advanced functions first, and then click into Maskrom to switch the burning mode and then burn the system。

3、Finish burning:

  • There is no need for any operation in the process of burning. After successful burning, the right box will show that the device restarts automatically and the burning is complete.

Serial debugging

1、Log in to the system background through the serial port,you need to use the board’s Debug interface,Interface locations and definitions are shown:

* Only three pins are needed for the interface,TX、RX、GND

2、You need to use the serial pad tool

  • TX、RX and GND need to be connected to part A
  • Part B Connects to the USB port on the computer

3、Hardware part connection effect diagram

4、Check for serial port information in the Decive Manager port of your computer

5、Open Xshell create a new session,select protocol as under connection SERIAL,operation figure:

6、Click serial port,the port number is the serial port number seen by the device manager,the baud rate is:1500000

7、Finally click Connect,the serial port into the background

Android ADB

Linux SSH

1. Enter the ifconfig command on the tablet to view the IP address:

2. Open an SSH connection tool, such as putty, on the PC. The following uses xshell as an example:

As shown in the picture, enter the tablet IP address for host, and select 22 as the port number

3. User authentication

Password: 123456

4. Click Connect. ssh key authentication is displayed:

Android user manual

Interface function test


1. Connect the network cable to the LAN1 port on the mainboard.

2. View the IP address of a network adapter

a)Click Settings first, then more.

b)Click Ethernet.

c)View an IP address. The system dynamically obtains an IP address by default.

3. After connecting to the network, open the browser and browse the web page to check whether the network is connected.

4.Set a static Ethernet IP address.

* Click Ethernet IP mode and select static.

* Set up.


1.Open Settings and click WLAN.

2.Enable ban list option.

3.Browse for available WIFI routes, then click and enter your password.

4.The connection is successful. The status bar icon in the upper right corner looks like this.




1.Open Settings and tap Bluetooth

2.With Bluetooth enabled, you can search for nearby Bluetooth devices and select Bluetooth devices for connection.



a)Connect the data line with the pin correctly, connect the backlight line, and connect the contact control line, and pay attention to the short position of the jumper cap.

LVDS may not display content at first and may need to adjust the resolution to the one LVDS requires.

b)Open Settings and click Show.

c)Click on resolution and enter your password.

d)Select the resolution you want for your LVDS screen.


a)Connect the data line with the pin correctly, and connect the backlight line. Pay attention to the short connection position of the jumper cap.

The eDP may not display content at first, and the resolution needs to be adjusted to the resolution required by the eDP.

b)Open Settings and click Show

c)Click on resolution and enter your password

d)Select the resolution you want for the eDP screen


1.Enter date on the terminal to view the current RTC time.

2.Enter “date -s + time format “to set the current time.

3.Enter hwclock -w to save the time and restart the mainboard.

Set basic system functions

System performance test

Android API instructions

NodkaAPI entry class

NodkaAPI method of application:

1、Create the NodkaAPI instance in onCreate of the Application.

mNodkaAPI = NodkaAPI.nodkaAPICreate(this);

2、Use API steps in an Activity or Fragment:

private NodkaAPI mNodkaAPI = APIApplication.getApplication().getNodkaAPI();

NodkaAPI interface specification:

1、Beginning with devinfo is the hardware and system information query class api.

2、Starting with display is the display control class api

Interface class Method Name method statement
Hardware and system information query class devinfo_getAndroidVersion() Obtain the Android OS version
devinfo_getAvailMem() Obtain the available memory capacity
devinfo_getBuildNumber() Obtain the system version information
devinfo_getCpuCores() Obtain the number of cpu cores
devinfo_getCPUCurFreqKHz() Obtain the current cpu operating frequency
devinfo_getCPUMaxFreqKHz() Obtain the maximum cpu frequency
devinfo_getCPUMinFreqKHz() Obtain the minimum cpu frequency
devinfo_getCPUTemp() Obtaining the cpu temperature
devinfo_getDeviceModel() Obtain device model information
devinfo_getKernelVersion() Obtain the kernel version information
devinfo_getSdStoragePath() Obtain the SD card path
devinfo_getSerialNum() Obtain the device SN
devinfo_getStorageAvailableSize() Gets the local available storage capacity
devinfo_getStorageTotalSize() Get native storage capacity (excluding system partitions)
devinfo_getTotalMem() Obtain the total memory capacity
devinfo_getUsbStoragePath() Obtain the USB flash drive path
Display control class display_getNavBar() Gets whether to display navigation bar and status bar
display_getScreenBrightness() Get screen brightness
display_getScreenMode() Get the brightness adjustment mode
display_getScreenRotation() Gets the screen rotation direction
display_getWindowHeight() Gets the screen resolution height
display_getWindowWidth() Gets the screen resolution width
display_setNavBar​(java.lang.Boolean enable) Set whether to display the navigation bar and status bar
display_setNavBarSlideShow​(java.lang.Boolean enable) Set whether swiping displays navigation and status bars
display_setScreenBrightness​(int screenBrightness) Set screen brightness
display_setScreenMode​(int screenMode) Set the brightness adjustment mode
display_setScreenRotation​(int rotation) Set the screen rotation direction

Linux user manual User's Guide Pitaschio

Test Interface


1.IO - Control Node:ls /sys/class/io_control -l

2.IO - Corresponding form as follows:

function Screen printing of motherboard Node name
input IO1 gpio_ip0
IO2 gpio_ip1
IO3 gpio_ip2
IO4 gpio_ip3
IO5 gpio_ip4
IO6 gpio_ip5
output IO7 gpio_op0
IO8 gpio_op1
IO9 gpio_op2
IO10 gpio_op3
IO11 gpio_op4
IO12 gpio_op5

3.IO control method:

  • Output low level:
echo 0 >/sys/class/io_control/gpio_op0

*Output high level:

echo 1 >/sys/class/io_control/gpio_op0

*View input level:

cat /sys/class/io_control/gpio_ip0

1. Serial port definition reference:

2. A serial port device node system corresponding to the table:

Screen printing of motherboard Device node
COM1 /dev/ttyXRUSB0
COM2 /dev/ttyXRUSB1
COM3 /dev/ttyXRUSB2
COM4 /dev/ttyXRUSB3

3. CuTecom test serial port to COM3 loopback test, for example

  • Refer to step 1 ~ 2 sub COM3 TX and RX (2 ~ 3 pin).
  • Double-click the desktop CuteCom icon to open the APP, Device selection test port corresponding Device node (see step 2).
  • Click Settings to set the serial port parameters, as shown in the picture below:

  • Set up after click Open to Open the serial port, input characters in the input text input box, and press enter to send data:

4. Command line mode test serial port, the same COM3 loopback test, for example

Open the terminal and enter the following command to receive data:

com_recv /dev/ttyXRUSB2 115200

Open another terminal to send data:

com_send /dev/ttyXRUSB2 115200

The test result is given as:


1. Check the network card IP address, the system will default to get the dynamic IP address

#ifconfig -a 

2. Set the static IP address of the NIC

  • Method 1 – Set up using graphical interface tools

Double-click the desktop icon:Advanced Network Configuration

  • Method 2 – How to modify the configuration file:
vim /etc/network/interfaces

  • After the modification is complete, enter restart to take effect.

1. Click the network icon in the lower right corner to browse the available WIFI routes:

  • Enter your WIFI password and click connect

2. Method 2 – Connect to wifi from the command line

nmcli d wifi connect "SSID" password "PASSWROD"

1. The system has automatic dialing, Open the terminal and enter the command 4g to dial automatically:

root@rk3399:~# 4g

2. After the dial-up is complete, view the IP address:

3.Open a browser and browse any website.

4. The 5G test method is similar to 4G, and the command 5G can be automatically dialed:

root@rk3399:~# 5g

Not support


1.IO - Control Node:ls /sys/class/io_control -l

2.IO - Corresponding form as follows:

function Screen printing of motherboard Node name
input IO1 gpio_ip0
IO2 gpio_ip1
IO3 gpio_ip2
IO4 gpio_ip3
IO5 gpio_ip4
IO6 gpio_ip5
output IO7 gpio_op0
IO8 gpio_op1
IO9 gpio_op2
IO10 gpio_op3
IO11 gpio_op4
IO12 gpio_op5

3.IO control method:

  • Output low level:
echo 0 >/sys/class/io_control/gpio_op0

*Output high level:

echo 1 >/sys/class/io_control/gpio_op0

*View input level:

cat /sys/class/io_control/gpio_ip0
  • Connect the horn to the SPK port on the board

1. Method ① – Use the SMPayer player delivered with the system and the audio test file to test the audio function

2. Method 2 – Using commands to play:

aplay  /nodka_test/LR_audio.wav  -D  hw:0,0
  • Recording test
arecord -d 5 -f cd -r 44100 -c 2 -t wav test.wav  
aplay test.wav

1. The USB flash drive is automatically mounted to /media/disk

root@rk3399:~# df -h
File system        capacity  used  available used% Mount point
/dev/root        15G  3.6G   10G   27% /
devtmpfs        980M     0  980M    0% /dev
tmpfs           981M     0  981M    0% /dev/shm
tmpfs           981M  8.8M  972M    1% /run
tmpfs           5.0M  4.0K  5.0M    1% /run/lock
tmpfs           981M     0  981M    0% /sys/fs/cgroup
tmpfs           197M   16K  197M    1% /run/user/0
/dev/sda1        57G  2.7G   54G    5% /media/disk

* SDcard Automatic mounting:

root@rk3399:~# df -h
File system        capacity  used  available used% Mount point
/dev/root        15G  3.6G   10G   27% /
devtmpfs        980M     0  980M    0% /dev
tmpfs           981M     0  981M    0% /dev/shm
tmpfs           981M  8.8M  972M    1% /run
tmpfs           5.0M  4.0K  5.0M    1% /run/lock
tmpfs           981M     0  981M    0% /sys/fs/cgroup
tmpfs           197M   16K  197M    1% /run/user/0
/dev/mmcblk0p8   30G  3.8G   25G   14% /media/3699f79c-f05d-4948-89c9-04dc4b132a1f


umount /dev/mmcblk0p8


mount /dev/mmcblk0p8 /sdcard

1. Open the Bluetooth manager and search for nearby Bluetooth devices:

2. Select Bluetooth device, pair and then select Trust:

3. To set the Bluetooth connection type:


1. Run the evtest command to view all keys and input devices in the system:

root@rk3399:~# evtest 
No device specified, trying to scan all of /dev/input/event*
Available devices:
/dev/input/event0:	ff420030.pwm
/dev/input/event1:	USB Optical Wheel Mouse
/dev/input/event2:	SIGMACH1P USB Keyboard
/dev/input/event3:	rk29-keypad
/dev/input/event4:	SIGMACH1P USB Keyboard
Select the device event number [0-4]: 

2. Select a test key as prompted. For example, the RK3399 boot key is /dev/input/event3: rk29-keypad

The event number is 3:Pressing the key prints a value of 1,Releasing the key prints a value of 0,As shown below:

3. Customize the key function. The configuration file is


The key is the reboot function. It is also the default configuration of the system. You can customize the key as required。

KEY_VOLUMEUP    1   reboot

1. The system supports switching between different LCD screens using APP. Run the dis command to open the APP as shown in the following figure:

  • Select the corresponding eDP/LVDS screen resolution and click Save. After the system restarts automatically, you can switch to the specified LCD:

2. Backlight brightness adjustment:

  • Method 1: Click the following icon in the system tray at the lower right corner to open the backlight adjustment APP

  • Method 2: Control driver application layer interface:
 echo 100 > /sys/class/backlight/backlight1/brightness  

(Note: The larger the value written, the greater the brightness,max_brightness 为250)


1. Power management Settings:

Press POWER to wake up after sleep 2. The power management function is not supported by all products. To customize the system, contact the service window personnel.


1.View the current system time:

[root@rk3399:~]# date
Wed Jun  8 15:54:09 CST 2022

2. To set the synchronization hardware clock:

[root@rk3399:/]# date -s "2022-06-08 17:01:01"
Wed Jun  8 17:01:01 CST 2022
[root@rk3399:/]# hwclock -w
[root@rk3399:/]# hwclock -r
Wed Jun  8 17:01:09 2022  0.000000 seconds

3. Power off for more than 5 seconds, and then turn it on to check whether the system time is saved:

[root@rk3399:/]# date 
 Wed Jun  8 17:02:30 CST 2022

Note: The system uses network time synchronization by default. The above RTC test needs to be conducted when the external network is disconnected. 4. Time zone setting

  • Method 1 – Modify the link file, such as China, Shanghai:
ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/Asia/Shanghai /etc/localtime

To set other time zones, simply change Asia/Shanghai in the preceding command to the corresponding time zone city.

  • Method 2 – Open preferences -&gt in sequence on the graphical interface; Time and date, select the time zone as shown below:

Close the window and run the date command to view the time zone change:


To view CPU information:

cat /proc/cpuinfo

Check the memory capacity:

free -h

View the available capacity of the EMMC

df -h

Linux Programming guide

GPIO Application programming

C The reference code is as follows:

#include <stdio.h> 
#include <stdlib.h> 
#include <sys/types.h> 
#include <sys/stat.h> 
#include <fcntl.h> 
#include <unistd.h> 
#include <string.h> 
static char gpio_path[100];
//Set the GPIO direction and high and low level
static int gpio_config(const char *file, const char *value) 
	char config_path[100]; 
	int len; 
	int fd; 
	sprintf(config_path, "%s/%s", gpio_path, file); 
	if (0 > (fd = open(config_path, O_WRONLY))) 
		perror("open error"); 
		return fd; 
	len = strlen(value); 
	if (len != write(fd, value, len))
		perror("write error"); 
		return -1; 
	return 0; 
//Get the direction and level of GPIO
static int gpio_get(const char *file)
	char get_path[100]; 
	char buf[10]={"\0"};
	int len; 
	int fd; 
	sprintf(get_path, "%s/%s", gpio_path, file);
	if (0 > (fd = open(get_path, O_RDWR)))
		perror("open error"); 
		return fd; 
	if ( 0 > read(fd,buf,10))
		perror("read error"); 
		return fd; 
	printf("  %s : %s",file,buf);
	return 0; 
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) 
	 if (4 != argc) 
		if (3 != argc)
			fprintf(stderr, "set gpio out : %s <gpio> <out> <value>\n", argv[0]); 
			fprintf(stderr, "set gpio in  : %s <gpio> <in>\n", argv[0]); 
	sprintf(gpio_path, "/sys/class/gpio/gpio%s", argv[1]); 
	if (access(gpio_path, F_OK)) 
		printf("%s inexistence,export %s... \n",gpio_path,argv[1]);
		int fd; 
		int len; 
		if (0 > (fd = open("/sys/class/gpio/export", O_WRONLY))) 
			perror("open error"); exit(-1); 
		len = strlen(argv[1]); 
		if (len != write(fd, argv[1], len)) 
			perror("write error"); 
	if (gpio_config("direction", argv[2])) 
	if ( 0 == strcmp("out",argv[2] ) && argc == 4 )
		if(gpio_config("value", argv[3]))
	if (gpio_get("direction"))
	if (gpio_get("value"))

Cross-compiled source code:

aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc -o a.out gpio.c

Copy the compiled gpio program to rk3399 motherboard using scp and perform the test:How to use:

0:./gpio 0 out 0

1:./gpio 0 out 1

UART Application programming

Operating the test serial port of the UART in the system, using the COM2 test as an example:

COM2 The device node is:


C Reference UART high and low level input codes are as follows:

#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <termios.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#define UART_DEVICE     "/dev/ttyXRUSB1" //UART Device file name
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
    int fd, res;
    struct termios  oldtio, newtio;
    char  ch;
    char buf[256] = {0};
//-----------Open the uart device file------------------
    fd = open(UART_DEVICE, O_RDWR|O_NOCTTY);//No setting O_NONBLOCK。So here read and write are blocking operations
    if (fd < 0) {
    	printf("Open %s successfully\n", UART_DEVICE);
//-----------Set operating parameters-----------------------	
    tcgetattr(fd, &oldtio);//Gets the current operation mode parameters
    memset(&newtio, 0, sizeof(newtio));
	//Baud rate =115200 Data bits =8 Enable data receiving 
    newtio.c_cflag = B115200|CS8|CLOCAL|CREAD;
    newtio.c_iflag = IGNPAR; 
    tcflush(fd, TCIFLUSH);//Clear the input and output buffers
    tcsetattr(fd, TCSANOW, &newtio);//Set a new operation parameter
//------------Send data to urat-------------------
    res=write(fd, "Begin Uart tx", 16);
    while(1) {
    	// Get the data from the console terminal and send it through the uart until it is received! Character
        while((ch=getchar()) != '!') {
            res=write(fd, buf, 1);
        buf[1]=' ';
        res = write(fd, buf, 2);
//-------------Receive data from the uart-------------------
    while(1) {
    	res = read(fd, buf, 255);//Here the program will hang until data is received from the uart (blocking operation)
    	if (res == 0) 
  		buf[res] = ' ';
  		printf("res = %d, buf = %s\n", res, buf);//Print out the characters received by the uart
  		if (buf[0] == '!')//uart received! Exit the while after the character
//------------Close the uart device file and restore the original parameters--------
    printf("Close %s\n", UART_DEVICE);
    tcsetattr(fd, TCSANOW, &oldtio); //Restore the original Settings
    return 0;

Cross-compile source code:

aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc -o uart uart.c

Copy the compiled program to 3399 motherboard using scp, and perform the test:

KEY application programming

For details, see the method of operating a key in the system


C The reference code is as follows:

#include <unistd.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <linux/input.h>
#include <sys/select.h>
#define INPUT_DEVICE "/dev/input/event2"
int main(int argc, char **argv){
	int fd;
	struct input_event event;
	ssize_t bytesRead;
	int ret;
	fd_set readfds;
	if ( 0 > (fd = open(INPUT_DEVICE,O_RDONLY)))
		perror("open error"); 
		return fd; 
		ret = select(fd + 1, &readfds, NULL, NULL, NULL);
		if (ret == -1){
			fprintf(stderr,"select call on%s : an error ocurred",argv[1]);
			bytesRead = read(fd, &event,sizeof(struct input_event));
			if(bytesRead == -1 )
				fprintf(stderr,"bytesRead :%ld : an error ocurred",bytesRead);
		if(event.type == EV_KEY && (event.value == 0 || event.value == 1))
			printf("key %s\n",(event.value) ? "pressed" : "released");

Cross-compile source code:

aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc -o key key.c

Copy the compiled program to the r39s2 motherboard using scp, perform the test, press the key to print as follows:

  • Display when the key is pressed:key pressed
  • Display when the key is released:key released

Linux Application support

QT Cross-compilation environment

* Host environment recommendation:Debian 10 x64 bit,

 The company has configured the QT compilation environment- Docker image:[[ftp://drv.nodka.com/arm_download/nodka_docker_qt_build_20230223.tar |  QT编译环境Docker]]
 ### load docker image 
 sudo docker load <nodka_docker_qt_build_20230223.tar
 ### Run the docker image,notice : /home/APP_PATH为QT-Directory where the application program resides
 sudo docker run --rm --mount type=bind,source=/home/APP_PATH,target=/mnt/ -i -t 09a37c1b2fc3 /bin/bash 

 ###  Compile the QT application
 cd  /mnt

* Refer to the steps for configuring the host cross-compilation environment:

1. Install the cross-compile toolchain:

  apt install -y crossbuild-essential-arm64

2. Copy /usr/lib/lib from the tablet system to the host /home/nodk/qt5/qt_sysroot directory

3. Configure the following environment variables

export PATH

4. Compile APP


QT Creator

1. install

Go to the Qt official download page and select a version to download qt- creator-opensource-linux-x86_64-x.x.x.un. After the download is complete, run./xxxx.run on the terminal to run the installation.


After the installation is complete, start Qt Creator and open the menu Tools-&gt; Option, find the Kits.

  • configuration Qt Versions

Click the add button on the right and select qmake in the installation location of the Qt environment



  • configuration Compilers

Click the add button on the right to add the location of the gcc and g++ cross compiler

If crossbuild-essential arm64 is installed on the host, the compiler is under /usr/bin/

If you use a third-party cross-compiler, find the installation location and add it

If the target platform is Buildroot, you will need to use the compiler in the Buildroot Qt environment package



To facilitate debugging, configure Debeggers and Devices for online debugging:

  • configuration Debuggers

Click the add button on the right to add gbd-multiarch: apt install -y gdb-multiarch

Check whether /usr/bin/gdbserver exists on the target. If not, install: apt install -y gdbserver. If not, install: apt install -y gdbserver (Buildroot comes with Buildroot)

Go back to Qt Creator on the host and click the add button on the right to add gdb

Select gdb-multiarch: /usr/bin/gdb-multierch on the host

  • configuration Devices

Set the IP address and user name of the device (root). To facilitate debugging, set a static IP address on the device.

  • configuration Kits

Add the configuration item set earlier to Kits.

If the target platform is an Ubuntu system, this step also requires adding the sysroot path

HD hard decoding


Docker English-Community supports the following versions of Ubuntu:

  • Xenial 16.04(LTS)
  • Bionic 18.04(LTS)
  • Cosmic 18.04
  • Disco 19.04
  • Other newer versions…

The installation command is as follows:

curl -fsSL https://get.docker.com | bash -s docker --miror Aliyun

You can also use the domestic daocloud one-click install command:

curl -sSL https://get.daocloud.io/docker | sh

To test whether Docker is successfully installed, enter the following command and print the following information:

sudo docker run hello-world

Unable to find image 'hello-world:latest' locally
latest: Pulling from library/hello-world
1b930d010525: Pull complete                                                                                                                                  
Digest: sha256:c3b4ada4687bbaa170745b3e4dd8ac3f194ca95b2d0518b417fb47e5879d9b5f
Status: Downloaded newer image for hello-world:latest

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 1. The Docker client contacted the Docker daemon.
 2. The Docker daemon pulled the "hello-world" image from the Docker Hub.
 3. The Docker daemon created a new container from that image which runs the
    executable that produces the output you are currently reading.
 4. The Docker daemon streamed that output to the Docker client, which sent it
    to your terminal.

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