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Documentation guidelines


With the exception of the Other Systems directory below, the content is centered around Radxa OS (Radxa's customized system based on Debian).

Getting Started

This section describes how to burn in the system, log in, and accessorize the system so that you can get started quickly.


Radxa OS is a customized operating system based on Debian OS. Here we introduce the system login, network connection, etc. to help users get familiar with the system and use it. This is a brief introduction to the system login, network connection, etc., to help users quickly familiarize themselves with the system and use it.

System Configuration

This section describes how to configure devices and features with tools (e.g., rsetup) and commands.

Apps Deployment

This section describes the configuration and use of common applications such as Samba, Docker, PVE, OMV, LAMP, Cheese, and Remote Control.


Introduces upper-level application development, such as QT, WiringX, Mraa and so on.

Hardware Development

Introduces hardware information, such as hardware interface, supported accessories, etc.

Low-level development

Introduces uboot, kernel, debian os compilation and packaging.

Other systems

Introduces other systems than Radxa OS, such as Android.

Accessory list

This section describes the supported accessory models and describes how to use them.