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  1. On November 7th, 2023, Forlinx Embedded launched the Debian 11 system for the first time on their development board, OK3568-C/OK3568J-C, which is based on the RK3568 chipset. Forlinx Embedded officially supports the Debian 11 system on the OK3568-C/OK3568J-C platform. In the field of embedded development, stability and richness are crucial factors. The RK3568, as Forlinx's flagship embedded product, has high performance, low power consumption, and rich interface functions, making it appreciated by industry users. Debian 11 is a stable, reliable, and open-source operating system, which provides a powerful foundation for the OK3568-C. Debian 11 has undergone rigorous testing and validation to ensure system stability, so there is no need to worry about unexpected crashes or data loss. Moreover, Debian 11 has a vast software library, which enables developers to easily install and update required software packages. By combining the advantages of the OK3568-C hardware with Debian 11, developers can fully leverage the diversity of the 3568 hardware interfaces while enjoying the stability and open-source nature of Debian 11. Indeed, this strong combination provides an ideal environment for various embedded projects. When it comes to stability, free and open source, versatility, and vast software libraries, no operating system can rival Debian. Debian is a truly free operating system, and its strength is not only reflected in technology, but also in its active community. Stable Value: Debian stands out for its world-renowned stability. Whether you are building critical business systems or looking for reliable daily desktops, Debian is always the best choice. Debian 11 has undergone rigorous testing and validation to ensure system stability, so there is no need to worry about unexpected crashes or data loss. Free and Open Source: Debian adheres to the concept of free and open source, allowing you to freely use, modify, and share it. This is a truly free operating system. Not only can Debian be obtained for free, but you can also freely view, edit, and distribute its source code. Huge Software Library: Debian has a vast and diverse software library that covers almost any application and tool you can imagine. From office software to entertainment applications, server services to programming tools, Debian has everything in its software library. Not only that, it also provides an easy-to-use package management system, allowing you to easily install and update software. Multi-architecture Support: Debian supports multiple hardware architectures, including x86, ARM, PowerPC, MIPS, etc., making it suitable for various devices and systems. Whether you use a desktop, laptop, server, or embedded device, Debian can provide the ideal solution. Active Community Support: The Debian community is a vibrant place where you can find help, advice, and resources. Both novice and experienced users can participate in the community and receive support. Originally published at www.forlinx.net.
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