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Old 09-12-2014, 11:32 PM   #1
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Cool how to auto boot my program after OK335xD is started?

I had a ok335xD single board computer from Forlinx Embedded,this board works well, now i start to use it for my project, but i am confused to auto start my program on it, anyone could help me?
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I think we will need a little more information on that single board.
Is this close to what you have in either one of these links?

but i am confused to auto start my program on it,
What program is that?
What distribution are you running?


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