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Can anyone give me some information about QT?
I want to evaluate the SBC8018 board, so can anyone tell me some guide about how to program and debug the Linux? Especially about QT, please give me some reference. Thanks.
Almost all these industrial supply companies offer support of some kind. They charge a lot for the boards and they usually have some stuff that they offer to help out customers. Some offer a pre-made linux to download or even specialty tools and code. You need to contact them for all they offer. You should work with them for the most up to date information and best support. They want you to succeed hopefully.
I am not sure there is any system that is free of bugs but we are back to the intended target user. Companies that buy this stuff for automation don't like it when it fails and send it back by the thousands. Some of these boards have been well tested over the years.